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    SCCM 2007, PXE Client Reboots In WinPE

    Hi all! I am from Russia so sorry for my bad english. I have a problem with Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007. Namely problem when I try boot on clientpc (PXE) - Windows PE. When booting Windows PE image on the background of the standard picture:
    sccm.jpg
    then there is a window
    image048.jpg
    First inscription: ‘Windows is starting up‘
    Second inscription: ‘Preparing network connection‘
    and starts rebooting
    Then the same thing and so infinitely.

    I was advised
    "1) Open up your boot image’s properties
    2) Click on Windows PE tab and enable “Enable command support (testing only)”
    3) Update the boot image on the distribution point"

    I did and press F8 in WinPE, and write command "ipconfig /all" all showed my IP, gateway, DHCP-server, DNS-server etc.
    But when I closed Command line, WinPE go to restart.
    The logs written:
    <![LOG[No MP Certificates.]LOG]!>
    ....
    <![LOG[Exiting with return code 0x80004005]LOG]!>

    Please tell me what to do? I spent 2 weeks and no result thanks

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    When you press F8 and go into the command prompt can you see the hard drive?

    Is it just 1 computers or many computers?

    I have had similar with just one or 2 machine. Going into the command prompt using diskpart and the clean command fixed the issue.

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    I have: 1 server - Windows 2003 and 1 client computer. I used in command prompt "diskpart" and "list disk", i showed my HDD. Its normal.

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    ok try this in the command prompt.

    Diskpart
    select Disk 0
    Clean

    This will make your machine not be able to boot but it should not matter anyway as you will be formatting it during deployment anyway.

    From the command prompt can you ping the SCCM server?

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    My server IP-adress: 192.168.0.20. And I on client write "ping 192.168.0.20" as a result 4 get 4 give

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    ok thanks.

    Did you do this in the command prompt?

    Diskpart
    select Disk 0
    Clean

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    No. On client HDD I am install Windows XP x64. I am not format disk..

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    But to install you will need to format the disk anyway.

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    thanks. Tomorrow I'll do what you have written.

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    do not cover the topic. result of the write

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    What hardware are you trying to image? Could be that WinPE doesn't have the correct Mass Storage driver for the SATA \ AHCI controller on the motherboard.

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    But he could see the drive in Diskpart so it should be ok.

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    Today I did the following:
    1. Do this in the command prompt

    Diskpart
    select Disk 0
    Clean

    As a result, my HDD was formatted. Tried again, and again WinPE go to restart.

    2. Then I tried format with the Acronis Disk Director, created part C: = NTFS, 100% size.
    As a result, my HDD was formatted. Tried again, and again WinPE go to restart.

    gshaw >> in the command prompt i write:
    - ipconfig /all == show me result, IP, DHCP, DNS, domain etc...
    - diskpart -list disk == show me result, my HDD. Its normal

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    On the client computer, when WinPE is loaded, I am copy folder "SMSTSLog", within the file smsts.txt. With SMS Trace, i opened file = smsts.log and show me (on screenshot):
    sccm1.JPG

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    has SCCM been working before from this server?

    In a web browser input the following URLs and post screen shots of output: replace the <servername> with the name of your SCCM server.

    http://<servername>/sms_mp/.sms_aut?mplist

    http://<servername>/sms_mp/.sms_aut?mpcert

    I think the issue you are having is that the Management point certificate has an issue.

    nick

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