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PXE Booting in WDS in Server 2008 R2

I am using Server 2008 R2, i have installed WDS and am trying to set up the server for imaging Windows 7. I have added a boot image and an install image to the server. DHCP is not on the same server, so I have changed ports 66 & 67 on the DHCP server as instructed by documentation found on technet. When I boot from a client machine using the PXE boot option, I get the error PXE:E%# No Boot File Name Received. Any suggestions?
Windows Server 2008

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Gelly77

8/22/2022 - Mon
Radhakrishnan

Have you added 060 PXEClient on scope option?
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No, all the instructions I have seen have not addressed that option. Please tell me where, how and why to try that. I am not familiar with it so I am just wondering what it does.
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Our network admin also had to make some changes on the switch.
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