I got this to work one time but after that, it hasn't worked since. PXE boot works on desktops and in virtual box but doesn't appear to work in our ESXi cluster or Vmware Workstation. I did one PXE boot in workstation to do a new install for a sysprep but I did not like my setup so I deleted it so I could start over. Now it wont PXE boot.. just says PXE-E51 No DHCP offers were received. My network settings are in bridge mode and I have tried host only mode. I do not have any antivirus installed, I turned off my windows firewall and windows defender. What is weird is it doesn't boot on our ESXi cluster either.
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Teach the user how to configure vSphere clusters to support the VMware FT feature
Open vSphere Web Client: Verify vSphere HA is enabled: Verify netowrking for vMotion and FT Logging is in place or create it: Turn On FT for a virtual machine: Verify …
Teach the user how to join ESXi hosts to Active Directory domains
Open vSphere Client: Join ESXi host to AD domain: Verify ESXi computer account in AD: Configure permissions for domain user in ESXi: Test domain user login to ESXi host: