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No boot filename received (PXE server issue) [INC000006579250]

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Hello all!

 

I am having an issue booting a computer into winpe vie PXE server. In the 'Configure driver set for Window Preinstallation Environment (WinPE)' window, I select the driver for my machine and boot. This the the screen I get. I re-added the driver and still got the same result.

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No matter what combination of drivers or machines I use, I cannot successfully boot into WinPE. This has been functional in the past... I may have broke it. I injected drivers to the WinPE folder on the KSC server a while back and it hasn't worked since.

 

Any ideas what could be happening?

 

Thank you,

Nickolas Hughes

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Hello all!

 

I am having an issue booting a computer into winpe vie PXE server. In the 'Configure driver set for Window Preinstallation Environment (WinPE)' window, I select the driver for my machine and boot. This the the screen I get. I re-added the driver and still got the same result.

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No matter what combination of drivers or machines I use, I cannot successfully boot into WinPE. This has been functional in the past... I may have broke it. I injected drivers to the WinPE folder on the KSC server a while back and it hasn't worked since.

 

Any ideas what could be happening?

 

Thank you,

Nickolas Hughes

Hi,

 

What Kaspersky products versions you use?

 

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Hi,

 

What Kaspersky products versions you use?

 

Thank you!

 

I am using Security Center 10.2.434.

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Please describe step-by-step how setup OS deployment before.

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1. 'Configure driver set for WinPE' - choose drivers for machine

2. 'Manage the list of PXE servers in the network' - choose machine to act as PXE server. Status says 'Ready'.

3. Turn on machine that with Ethernet plugged in - choose NIC boot. (boot w/ PXE) enabled in BIOS.

4. This is what happens during boot. post-599530-1471360787_thumb.jpg

 

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Nickolas Hughes

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1. 'Configure driver set for WinPE' - choose drivers for machine

2. 'Manage the list of PXE servers in the network' - choose machine to act as PXE server. Status says 'Ready'.

3. Turn on machine that with Ethernet plugged in - choose NIC boot. (boot w/ PXE) enabled in BIOS.

4. This is what happens during boot. IMG_1176.JPG

 

Thanks,

Nickolas Hughes

Hi,

 

What patch installed on KSC?

 

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Hi,

 

What patch installed on KSC?

 

Thank you!

 

I am not sure if I am looking in the proper place. KSC > Help > About KSC.. post-599530-1471369104_thumb.png

 

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1. 'Configure driver set for WinPE' - choose drivers for machine

2. 'Manage the list of PXE servers in the network' - choose machine to act as PXE server. Status says 'Ready'.

3. Turn on machine that with Ethernet plugged in - choose NIC boot. (boot w/ PXE) enabled in BIOS.

4. This is what happens during boot. IMG_1176.JPG

 

Thanks,

Nickolas Hughes

 

Do you use DHCP and PXE servers on the same machine ?

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Do you use DHCP and PXE servers on the same machine ?

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No, the machines are separate. We use the Kaspersky management server as the PXE server.

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Hello all!

 

I am having an issue booting a computer into winpe vie PXE server. In the 'Configure driver set for Window Preinstallation Environment (WinPE)' window, I select the driver for my machine and boot. This the the screen I get. I re-added the driver and still got the same result.

IMG_1176.JPG

 

No matter what combination of drivers or machines I use, I cannot successfully boot into WinPE. This has been functional in the past... I may have broke it. I injected drivers to the WinPE folder on the KSC server a while back and it hasn't worked since.

 

Any ideas what could be happening?

 

Thank you,

Nickolas Hughes

 

Hello.

 

THe scenario is not very clear. Please specify what sort of drivers you added and what method you used, and how you previously managed the image to work without the required drivers.

 

Thank you!

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Hello.

 

THe scenario is not very clear. Please specify what sort of drivers you added and what method you used, and how you previously managed the image to work without the required drivers.

 

Thank you!

 

I added the e5570 drivers. A dell latitude. I did not add them in the KSC but used the deployment tools command prompts and manually added them into the WinPE folder on the manage server. I think this is what may have caused the issue.

 

The process I used before is as follows in KSC:

1. 'Configure driver set for WinPE' - choose drivers for machine

2. 'Manage the list of PXE servers in the network' - choose machine to act as PXE server. Status says 'Ready'.

3. Turn on machine that with Ethernet plugged in - choose NIC boot. (boot w/ PXE) enabled in BIOS.

4. Machine would boot into WinPE and the image could be distributed via KSC.

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I added the e5570 drivers. A dell latitude. I did not add them in the KSC but used the deployment tools command prompts and manually added them into the WinPE folder on the manage server. I think this is what may have caused the issue.

 

The process I used before is as follows in KSC:

1. 'Configure driver set for WinPE' - choose drivers for machine

2. 'Manage the list of PXE servers in the network' - choose machine to act as PXE server. Status says 'Ready'.

3. Turn on machine that with Ethernet plugged in - choose NIC boot. (boot w/ PXE) enabled in BIOS.

4. Machine would boot into WinPE and the image could be distributed via KSC.

 

Drivers should be added via KSC, otherwise you may encounter issues with the entire process.

Is it possible?

 

Thank you.

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Drivers should be added via KSC, otherwise you may encounter issues with the entire process.

Is it possible?

 

Thank you.

 

I see that now. Is there anyway I can revert the changes or recreate the process?

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I see that now. Is there anyway I can revert the changes or recreate the process?

 

Please create an incident in CompanyAccount to receive assistance with this process.

Let us know the incident number.

 

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Please create an incident in CompanyAccount to receive assistance with this process.

Let us know the incident number.

 

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I have created INC000006579250.

 

Thank you - I appreciate the assistance.

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I have created INC000006579250.

 

Thank you - I appreciate the assistance.

 

Your incident will be processed by the specialist soon.

 

Thank you.

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Your incident will be processed by the specialist soon.

 

Thank you.

 

Hi,

I have the same problem with Kaspersky OS deployment.

Did the problem solve?

thank you,

 

 

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Hi,

I have the same problem with Kaspersky OS deployment.

Did the problem solve?

thank you,

 

Hello,

 

please state the exact KSC server version and installed patches.

Thank you.

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Hello,

 

please state the exact KSC server version and installed patches.

Thank you.

 

We are using KSC 10.3.407 with patch a

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Hi,

I have the same problem with Kaspersky OS deployment.

Did the problem solve?

thank you,

 

In the previously described case, a different KSC version was used.

Also, it appears that the target host and the PXE server were located in different VLANs. Please make sure this is not the case.

 

If you are still having an issue, please describe it in more details (steps to reproduce, versions of all used software, screenshot of the error etc).

 

Thank you.

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In the previously described case, a different KSC version was used.

Also, it appears that the target host and the PXE server were located in different VLANs. Please make sure this is not the case.

 

If you are still having an issue, please describe it in more details (steps to reproduce, versions of all used software, screenshot of the error etc).

 

Thank you.

 

My PXE server is my kaspersky administration server. My KSC server and DHCP and the target host are in the same broadcat domain.

I capture an image from install.wim then I add a MAC and choose kaspersky server as PXE server and finally I assign OS image to MAC.

The client booted by NIC and get IP from DHCP but it does not detect PXE server and the KSC server stays in starting deployment...

How can I config DHCP to tell the client that who is the PXE server.

for example WDS create an option 60 to tell the target host who is the PXE server.

 

 

 

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