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The service is started on the 2K3 ZEN server. Results 1 to 10 of From there everything worked perfectly. Does the PXE boot screen give you any errors before moving on to xp? I still haven’t been able to use PXE Boot with the firewall turned on.
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Normally we don’t boot from the network at all, but from local drives, so Nicc have no idea what should be in here. Results 1 to 10 of Imaging Dell Optiplex GX The service is started on the 2K3 ZEN server.
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Did you need to make any changes to the nw dhcp settings, like adding “DHCP forwarding” which is what I’m understanding from various TIDs to resolve this situation I then restarted our nw server and turned off the firewall vell the zen server.
Does the PXE boot screen give you any errors before moving on to xp?
Imaging Dell Optiplex GX
Last Jump to page: Make sure it is posted in the correct newsgroup. From there everything worked perfectly. The question is, what to do about it!
Seems you can just create it and nothing more. I then inputted the zen server ip address, server name and boot file name. Cheers, Ken Ryan wrote: The server is detected, but it looks as though I have to set a policy for the machine first?
Home Skip to Content Micro Focus. It’s detected, deployed, the pre-boot agent is running on it, along with adaptive agent.
The time now is If not it is “nvlnbps. Exiting Intel Boot Agent and no imaging occurs, Xp rell loads on up off the local drive.
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I thought there was no message from PXE because it whips by quite fast, but this is what I see if get a pause at the right point: Also have you scheduled an imaging task in zcc for the machine you are trying to image? Have jic tried restarting dhcp on your nw server?
However – how do I set up a boot file? That is what I had to do and things took off from there. I still haven’t been able to use PXE Boot with the firewall turned on. Imaging Dell Optiplex GX Sorry, I meant to say that I disabled the firewall and while I get a different response now, the nix sequence still exits without imaging the workstation.
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I’ve set up an dsll task seems you can’t edit these once created? Let me know if that works. If not, you might try one of the following options: Also, is there any way to find out what is happening with the imaging job, or to change it at all? Has your problem been resolved? Imaging Dell Optiplex GX Ken, It appears that in nicc past few days you have not received a response to your posting.