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I installed the Windows Deployment Services on a server separate from our DHCP server.
WDS and DHCP servers are on the same subnet. I am unable to get any clients to boot to PXE. I followed these steps from TechNet
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj648426.aspx
but it doesn't really help with the booting.
Is there something extra on the DHCP server I need to do?
I tried configuring option 66 and 67 in the scope options but the more I research the more I see that it shouldn't even be needed.
The clients are on a different subnet than the WDS and DHCP servers. Both are windows 2008R2 servers.
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Your going to need IP-Helpers because of the different subnets
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That worked, thank you!
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