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PXE-E78: Could not locate boot server

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I am trying to connect to my PXE SCCM server with WDS installed
and dhcp is installed on a server that is located in different subnet
and the configuration on dhcp is
067 Bootfile Name: REMINST\Boot\X86\wdsnbp.com
066 Boot Server Host Name: servername.domain.com (FQDN)
060 ClassID: PXEClient
043 Vendor Specific Info:  ip converted to Hex 06 01 07 08 07 00 0e 01 [ pxe server ip] 09 05 00 0e 02 52 42 0a 02 00 52 ff

any missing configuration?
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by:HayesJupe
ID: 24302728
1) always far easier and consistent to use iphelpers instead of DHCP options (DHCP boot options arent actually supported)
2) 067 should be Boot\X86\wdsnbp.com - dont need reminst in front
3) 043 - never seen that used before - whats that all about ?

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by:bucks
ID: 24302876
I want to know the diiference with
067 Boot\X86\wdsnbp.com
067 SMSBoot\x86\wdsnbp.com
067 SMSBoot\x86\pxeboot.com
which one should i use
note that my deployment is throuh SCCM
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by:HayesJupe
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yep, sorry, you do use SMSboot\x86\pxeboot.com
if you have a look in your remoteinstall sub-dirs, you'll see the files and appropriate folder structure.
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by:bucks
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I changed all my senario
I installd DHCP on PXE server
and did all the configuration
my smspxe.log
MAC=00:23:7D:BD:5D:59 SMBIOS GUID=2CCC303A-025C-11DE-BBDA-7DBD5D590023 > Device has been accepted.
and on the client screen

pending request ID: 52
Contacting Server: (pxi ip) ..................................................................................
and dot every 20 second
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by:HayesJupe
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well, the fact that its connecting is a good start. Could you post a larger section of your smspxe.log
additionally, some machines have pxe boot issues - so try on multiple machines or ensure the bios is the latest version.
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[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:548 b75608      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1144 (0x0478)
Executing LookupDevice(69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021, 00:21:5A:6B:73:A3)      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
CDatabaseProxy :: LookupDevice succeeded: 49 1 0 0      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device found in the database. MacCount=0 GuidCount=1      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b744f8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1144 (0x0478)
Executing GetBootAction(49, SERV-APP)      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
vLastPXEAdvertisementID is NULL      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
vLastPXEAdvertisementTime is NULL      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
GetBootAction: MAC:00:10:B5:EA:3C:C5 SMBIOS:69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 SMSID:GUID:B9803A75-76A8-4104-A188-5BE92CC0A9FE LastAdv:      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
Advertisement results: OfferId:CSC20003 OfferTime:05/05/2009 12:55:00 PackageID:CSC0000C BootImageID:CSC00001 PackageVer: PackagePath:\\SERV-APP\SMSPXEIMAGES$\SMSPKG\CSC00001\ Mandatory:1      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
ProcessDatabaseReply: Using Advertisement found in DB: CSC20003      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b733e8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:42 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:03:42 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b700b8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:02 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:02 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b6efa8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:22 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:22 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b6ab68      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:41 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:04:41 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b6de98      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:01 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:01 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b6cd88      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:21 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:21 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b68948      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:41 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:05:41 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 42e8d8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:00 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:00 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 b6bc78      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:20 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:20 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 2fa71b8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:40 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:06:40 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c822e8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:00 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:00 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.195.100:4011] Recv From:[192.168.195.100:9000] Len:274 a290c8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:09 PM      1144 (0x0478)
Executing LookupDevice(46746E94-D140-497A-8C46-5463A8F006FD, FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF)      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:09 PM      1848 (0x0738)
CDatabaseProxy :: LookupDevice succeeded: 0 0 0 0      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:09 PM      1848 (0x0738)
MAC=FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF:FF SMBIOS GUID=46746E94-D140-497A-8C46-5463A8F006FD > Device not found in the database.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:09 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c811d8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:20 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:20 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c800c8      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:39 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:39 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c7de88      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:59 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:07:59 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c7cd78      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:19 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:19 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c7bc68      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:39 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:39 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c7ab58      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:58 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:08:58 PM      1848 (0x0738)
[192.168.010.001:4011] Recv From:[192.168.010.002:68] Len:299 c79a48      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:09:18 PM      1144 (0x0478)
MAC=00:21:5A:6B:73:A3 SMBIOS GUID=69FE22B1-64EF-11DD-BBDA-5A6B73A30021 > Device has been accepted.      smspxe      5/5/2009 2:09:18 PM      1848 (0x0738)
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by:HayesJupe
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are you using the MDT pxefilter by any chance? or have a multi-homed sccm box?
if you restart the WDS service do you see any issues in the smspxe.log relating to startup? You havent done something like configure WDS independently ?
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this is my log after restarting WDS Service
and iam not using MDT pxefilter

================= PXE Provider shutdown. =====================      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:20 PM      6148 (0x1804)
SMSPXE Provider starting
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
================= PXE Provider loaded. =====================      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Init Policy Provider settings      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Machine is running Windows 2003 SP2 or older. (NTVersion=0X502, ServicePack=2)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Reloading PXE Provider Settings. cached=0      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded PXE settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\Identification:
SMS Site Settings:
      Server: SERV-APP
      SiteCode: CSC
      Parent SiteCode: <empty>
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Cannot read the registry value of MACIgnoreListFile (80070002)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded PXE settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\PXE:
PXE Settings:
    IsActive: Yes
    SupportUnknownMachines: No
    MACIgnoreListFile: <empty>
    ResponseDelay: 0
    CacheExpire: 3600
    HTTP Port: 80
    HTTPS Port: 443
    IISSSLState: 0x0
    BindPolicy: Exclude <empty>
    TRK: <non empty>
    SiteSignCert: <empty>
    Root CA Certs: <empty>
    PXE GUID: 005f5d15-01be-434b-8f06-2dd8b19916c3
    PXEPassword: <empty>
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded TFTP settings from reg key HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\TFTPD\Parameters:
TFTP Settings:
      Directory: D:\RemoteInstall
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
MAC Ignore List Filename in registry is empty      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded Database settings from reg key HKLM\Software\Microsoft\SMS\PXE:
Database Settings:
      Server: SERV-APP
      Database: SMS_CSC
      User: <empty>
      Password: <empty>
      Use Integrated Security: No
      Impersonation Required: No
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
PXE Provider Settings Changed      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Querying Database for Cert with GUID: 005f5d15-01be-434b-8f06-2dd8b19916c3      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
inside GetPxeCert      SmsPXE      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Executing PxeGetCert(005f5d15-01be-434b-8f06-2dd8b19916c3)      SmsPXE      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
CDatabaseProxy :: GetPxeCert succeeded: 005f5d15-01be-434b-8f06-2dd8b19916c3 \\SERV-APP <non empty>      SmsPXE      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded PXE settings from DB: PXE Cert: <non empty>
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Site Code: , Parent Site Code:       smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Executing PXE_GetSiteTypeAndDefaultMP(CSC)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
GetSiteTypeAndDefaultMP: SiteType=2 DefaultMP=SERV-APP.CSCLEBANON.COM       smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Site Type: 2      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
GetUnknownMachineResource (CSC,x86):      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unknown machine resource not found      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
GetUnknownMachineResource (CSC,x64):      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unknown machine resource not found      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Loaded PXE settings from DB: Unknown machine GUIDs: (x86) , (x64)       smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Initializing PXEPerfObject.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Executing LookupDevice(, 00:00:00:00:00:00)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
CDatabaseProxy :: LookupDevice succeeded: 0 0 0 0      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Found new image SMSPKG\CSC00001      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Opening image file D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC00001\boot.CSC00001.wim      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Found Image file: D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC00001\boot.CSC00001.wim
       PackageID: SMSPKG\CSC00001
     ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
    Architecture: 0
     Description: Microsoft Windows Vista PE (x86)
         Version:  
         Creator:
       SystemDir: WINDOWS
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Closing image file D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC00001\boot.CSC00001.wim      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Mutex was not owned. Now have ownership.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:21 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows\Boot\PXE (0x80070005).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows\Boot (0x80070005).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows (0x80070091).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Warning: Failed to copy the needed boot binaries from the boot image D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC00001\boot.CSC00001.wim.
Cannot create a file when that file already exists. (Error: 800700B7; Source: Windows)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Found new image SMSPKG\CSC0000A      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Opening image file D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC0000A\XP.wim      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Found Image file: D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC0000A\XP.wim
       PackageID: SMSPKG\CSC0000A
     ProductName: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
    Architecture: 0
     Description: Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 3
         Version:  
         Creator:
       SystemDir: WINDOWS
      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Closing image file D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC0000A\XP.wim      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Mutex was not owned. Now have ownership.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows\Boot\PXE (0x80070005).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows\Boot (0x80070005).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Unable to delete directory C:\WINDOWS\TEMP\PXEBootFiles\Windows (0x80070091).  Continuing.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
Warning: Failed to copy the needed boot binaries from the boot image D:\RemoteInstall\SMSImages\SMSPKG\CSC0000A\XP.wim.
Cannot create a file when that file already exists. (Error: 800700B7; Source: Windows)      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
PXE Provider finished loading.      smspxe      5/5/2009 3:59:22 PM      1744 (0x06D0)
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by:HayesJupe
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well, you shpuld manually delete the C:\windows\temp\pxebootfiles... as thats busted (but that is a common issue) - having said that, your clients are clearly booted, so the files have been copied from there into the smsboot area previously...
That all looks fine though. I did a quick google on the issue... and you're definately not the only one experiecing it, but no-one seems to have a definitvie answer. Some suggest that just restarting the WDS service was enough, where-as others have gone down the path of a uninstall PXErole/WDS, reboot and then re-install.
If it was me - i'd still be trying to ditch the DHCP options and go with the IPHelpers as my first test... have a look at your pxecontrol log also.... but if its still busted, the uninstall/reinstall of WDS/PXE is only a 30 minute job.
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