WDS 2008 PXE-to1, PXE -E3B Error

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Hi I have a WDS configured on server 2008 R2. DHCP is running on a separate windows 2003 R2 server which is a DC.

I have added boot images on the WDS Boot image. But the client is not loading up any images.

PXE-to1, PXE -E3B Error is appearing
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Try creating a discover image based on your boot.wim.

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Shall i just right click and add discover image.


will this fix the F12 issue.
Is your DHCP scope AD authorized?
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yep it is
You didn't by chance check any of DHCP options under your WDS properties? Both should be unchecked by default.

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They are unchecked. DHCP option 66 and 67 are also configured.
Are your clients VMs or physical machines?

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physical machines on flat Lan.
Doesn't seem like your client likes PXE. Have you tried creating a physical discover media?

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!!
In your configuration, none of the DHCP options 66, 67 and 60 should be set.
Check my article on that very subject matter. If it helped you, please click the approriate button:
 http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Misc/A_2978-PXEClient-what-is-it-for-Can-I-use-PXE-without-it.html

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Done is a little too short as the explanation why the experts help were not useful and why points would then not be attributed... Please take the time to explain as we took the time to try to help you (without a lot of details or feedback from you, but we all know how busy IT admins can be...)

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