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    no, I make up my own instance... this all worked fine for SCCM2007.

    I have Server 2008 R2 with SQL 2008 R2 Standard and a secondary DC with Server 2008 R2 with SCCM 2012.

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    Help...

    Right, iv scanned the net for loads of ideas why this might not be picking up the SQL database and its really getting on my tomato source.

    I have installed now SQL 2008 Standard R2 SP2 CU8

    I have domain/SMSAdmin, domain/Administrator, built-in/Administrators Group added to the SQL login access.

    I have added dbcreator, sysadmin and db_owner to all of these users/groups for the dbs and server roles. All have Grant to connect to the database engine and login is enabled.

    Named pipes, Shared Memory, TCP/IP are all enabled in the Configuration manager.

    I am using ports 4022 as standard and the Instance name is leafsqlserver.

    collation is SQL_Latin1_General_CP1_CI_AS.

    Just to let everyone know too, the SQL server is another VMServer and the DC2 with SCM2012 is another VMServer both on the same box. SCCM2007 worked fine with the SQL connection.

    >.<
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    Stand-alone primary site (SQL Server installed Locally)

    Up to 100,000 clients
    SQL Server is installed on the site server computer
    Are you taking me for a giraffe? GRRRAAAAA!!!!!!!

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    I'm pretty sure my SCCM is a stand-alone primary (that is - I don't have a CAS server) and a remote SQL Server
    Though I use the default instance of SQL

    Also you seen this link: IT notes: SCCM 2012 Installation Guide

    They seem to be installing it similar your yourself

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    Nope... something is really fishy here... Even the firewall is off..

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    GRRRRRRRRR..... Its fine if you type in the default MySQLInstance... dam Microsoft...

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    Back to square one.

    With SCCM2012 what do I need to add to DHCP manually as its not in the how to on windows-n00bs.

    60? 67?

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    If you are referring to what I think you are then in the DHCP Console make sure Options 66 & 67 are set as shown
    (Providing your DHCP is on a different server to WDS.. Option 60 is only needed if WDS and DHCP are on the same server IIRC...)

    dhcp_gcs.PNG

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    WDS and DHCP and AD and SCCM2012 are all on the same box.

    So in that case i need option 60 right? But they would surly go off to the wrong boot file?

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    Yeah you'll need option 60 then... This might help: PXE Boot using DHCP options

    Not sure what you mean by "Wrong boot file" though?
    If you mean the file in Option 67 - then I would recommend this be x86 and you disitribute x86 and x64 Boot images in SCCM otherwise you will get a load of issues with x86 and x64 based images not booting correctly - See: PXE Boot

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    Is the WDS service supposed to be started? It does not seem to want to start... needs to be configured (hell no...SCCM should have done this...)

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    Hmm, yeah it should've done..

    I've had issues in the past with SCCM 2012 and WDS and found that I've had to strip the Distribution Point roles out of SCCM and strip WDS, delete the REMINST folder, reboot and try again.

    You can monitor the removal and installation by going to Monitoring > System Status > Site Status > Distribution Point

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    fixed that part... in DHCP I told it 060 PXEClient and took out 67 and 66. Then went to registry and followed this post = The WDS server may not start, and an error is logged in the System log when you start the WDS server

    Then restarted WDS and it worked.

    Rebooted client PC, and picked up SCCM.

    Unfortunitly it aborted (smsboot\x64zabourtpxe.com)

    Think it needed accepting as it was pending.

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    Also check in SCCM for "unknown" machines
    There was a bug where if an OSD/PXE failed on a new PC it didn't remove the "Unknown" object and thereby lock the PXE assignment to it

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    Thats stupid...

    Who ever did that needs taking into a dark room and giving a right good beating.

    Your the boss

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