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    What error you getting when you try to PXE?
    May need to double check your WDS Setup is correct

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    You may also need to refer to this thread:

    Server 2008 WDS not working on new vlan

    You may need an extra setting or 2 added to your DHCP server to make PXE boots possible

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    I press F12 to boot from LAN, and it get this, then it goes back to select boot device screen

    Interl(R) Boot Agent GE v1.3.66
    Copyright (C) 1997-2010, Intel Corp

    Client MAC Addr: F0 DE F1 99 72 C6 GUID: 81F1D9AE AA51 CD11 B3A0 8E5CCB381DF1
    Client IP: 172.18.68.24 MASK: 255.255.252.0 DHCP IP: 10.20.1.10
    GATEWAY IP: 172.18.68.1
    TFTP
    PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel Boot Agent

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    Looking at those IP's, you eaither have multiple domains or VLAN's in place (the DHCP server has a different range). My link above has the fix for that

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    Is DHCP on the same server as WDS? If so you need to tick the 2 boxes under the DHCP tab on your WDS server's properties

    EDIT: Or it could be what he said!! Lol

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    We have this machine in a different vlan for testing. Im no network engineer, but we currently have KACE up and running, but trying to get away from it. It pxe boots just fine, so i thin there is some setting my network buddy has to fix.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gatt View Post
    Is DHCP on the same server as WDS? If so you need to tick the 2 boxes under the DHCP tab on your WDS server's properties

    EDIT: Or it could be what he said!! Lol
    When i check the boxes it says MS DHCP is not running on this server.

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    which means DHCP probably isn't (assuming you will have checked! )

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    network guy is going to check the settings from that link

    "On your DHCP server, set the following 2 Server Options (not scope options):

    Option 66 - set the IP address of the WDS server
    Option 67 - boot\x86\wdsnbp.com

    I had the same problem when I changed over in February"

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    Ah yeah - I have a similar entry for SCCM

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    We got PXE booting working... but i get this error now:

    A connection to the deployment share \\imaging\deploymentshareT420s$ could not be made. The following networking device did not have a driver installed PCI\

    Im assuming i should add Out of Box network driver to the deployment share, then hit update?

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    Yeah I'd add it to your boot image, along with any Mass storage devices (eg Sata [Raid] Drivers) as MDT / WDS tend to shout a bit if they aren't present...

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    updating image now... let's see what happens.

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    So i loaded the driver as out of box driver, and then updated the deployment. It said injecting drivers etc... then finished. I then went into WDS and "Replaced Image" the boot image with the new LiteTouch_x64.wim... but it still errors out with the network card driver device ... oj hwait it wotrk now!

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    Ok, well i created the task sequence to deploy, but it errored out

    ERROR - Unable to find SETUP needed to install the image?

    I should prob try with a fresh Deployment

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