Posted on 2012-08-14
Last Modified: 2012-08-16
We have SCCM setup on most of our DHCP scopes to PXE boot workstations. I have setup a new scope for my server subnet (that has never had a DHCP scope) and set DHCP option 66 to my PVS server and option 67 to ARDBP32.BIN. When I boot by server it is getting an Ip address from the new scope but I see it trying to download from our SCCM server. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated. I wasn't involved with he SCCM deployment so I have no idea how it is configured.
Question by:rkeith2412
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    your server-subnet are physicaly isolated from the subnet with sccm?
    Or are the sccm able to see the DHCP-Requests generated by the booting device(server)?
    if so, the sccm see the dhcp-request and redirect it to the dhcp-server as unicast (dhcp-relay), takes the answer and add his own boot-file (replace the options configured within the scope) and send this answer to the boot-p client.
    - Try to deactivate sccm while configure the dhcp-options for PVS and/or configure sccm to answer only known clients.
    - Or take the PVS-traffic into a separate vlan or switch (recommended design).
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