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SCCM2007 PXE don't config DHCP option

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In a test lab, I have 2 Windows 2008 std server i a domain, and a test klient
Server 1 is domain controller, DNS and DHCP server
Server 2 is member of domain, running IIS,WDS, SQL, SCCM2007R2

WDS is only install on the server 2, not configure, as I have read, is WDS config when the PXE service is install in SCCM console

When I add PXE service role in SCCM on server 2, the DHCP server on server 1 is not configure with option 66 and 67
When I boot a klient, the klient can's find a network boot service

I can't fine any error in the eventlog, or in the setup log files for SCCM
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by:U_Mansson
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Hi

Does the client get an IP-adress from the DHCP server?

If it does, have you assigned any OS package to the client?

Have you configured SCCM R2 to respond to unknow clients or have you added the MAC adress to the SCCM database?
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by:Focon
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Hi

The client get an IP adress from the DHCP server

The SCCM R2 is config to respond to unkonow clients

The DHCP server don't have anything config for network boot in the DHCP option (66 and 67)

Do I need to run the WDS config, after I have add the PXE service role to SCCM R2, as I have read, the SCCM R2 config the WDS under installation of the PXE service role ?

/Jan
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When you run WDS on Win2008 you don't have to configure WDS before you can use it. In Win2003 you are not able to start the service before WDS is configured. So if the service for WDS is started you are good to go.

Did you have any OS package advertised?
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by:Focon
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After inunstall both sccm PXE service and WDS, and remote alle Remoteinst catalog in the root of all drives
Remove all DHCP option, about the PXE (option 60, 66 and 67)
Reboot the server
First install WDS (Don't run anyconfig on WDS)
Install Sccm PXE service, and then configure the sccm PXE service from sccm console, then everything works
(remember, that unsign client don't get any OS, befor you have add unsigned comuter to sccm 2007)
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