SCCM 2007 R3 - Install a secondary site

Posted on 2015-01-08
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Last Modified: 2015-01-16

I've installed a secondary site from our primary server on a remote server. Everything went through succesfully. I've setup these roles on the secondary site:

SCCM 2007 R3 secondary site roles
I've also installed the WDS service on the secondary site server (not configured) and setup these DHCP option 66 and 67.

DHCP options
At last I've setup the boundaries on the secondary site to the subnets that are at the site where the secondary site server has been placed,

When I Network boot, it doesn't get any further than "TFTP....". What am I missing? :)

Question by:Sum Wum
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by:Manoj Bojewar
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Create Reverse DNS Record (PTR) for your server.

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Sum Wum earned 0 total points
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It was the folder under the Remoteinstall folder that was empty. So I first tried removing the PXE role from the secondary site, which didn't solve anything. Then I deinstalled the secondary site, uninstalled the WDS service and installed it again. Then I installed the secondary site again and then the PXE role. After 15 minutes the folders had content and everything worked again.

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by:Sum Wum
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I found out be myself...

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