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PXE Boot Error with Symantec Ghost

rockafella77 asked
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I am trying to setup a PXE and think I have everything setup right however when i try to connect with a client I keep getting under my TFTP server log
TFTP Read C:\TFTPBOOT\mba.pxe from Abort
TFTP Read C:\TFTPBOOT\mba.pxe from Timeout

I have tried everything i can think of any thoughts
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i'm having similar issues and would like to know what services TFTP uses that might be blocked at the router and switch level.

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