When attempting to PXE boot, the following error appears:
- PXE Boot fails.
- No F8 option is recieved by clients.
- Unable to PXE Boot machines.
- Unable to network boot machines.
- No PXE representatives are deployed.
- Deployed PXE Representative is turned off.
- PXE representative is not in the same broadcast domain as target machine.
- Firewall on PXE representative is blocking requests from target machine.
- PXE services are not running.
- Windows Deployment Services (WDS) are installed on the PXE representative.
- Another service on the server is using port 67
- Update BIOS on device
- Ensure that a PXE representative is on and is deployed in the same broadcast domain as the target machine.
- Ensure that no firewall is blocking requested packets from PXE booted machines.
- Ensure PXE services are running. The two services are "LANDESK® PXE Service" and "LANDESK® PXE MTFTP Service".
If they are running, restart the services.
- Redeploy the PXE Representative.
- If PXE services repeatedly stop on PXE representatives, download and install the latest service pack on the core, then remove and redeploy PXE representatives.
- Disable the Windows Deployment Services (WDS) on the PXE representative.
- Run the "netstat -abn" command to find the service which is using port 67 and disable/reconfigure this service.
Note: The PXE Representative may need to be rebooted if the services are running, the firewall is off, but it still does not respond.
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