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1.Windows Server 2008 R2 Build the iSCSI Target Server

2.Windows 10 versions of Windows PE boot image

3.iPXE Script
set keep-san 1
sanhook iscsi:
set boot-url http://${dhcp-server}
kernel ${boot-url}/wimboot
kernel ${boot-url}/media/bootmgr bootmgr
kernel ${boot-url}/media/Boot/BCD BCD
kernel ${boot-url}/media/Boot/boot.sdi boot.sdi
kernel ${boot-url}/media/sources/boot.wim boot.wim
4. boot to WinPE mount share and execute the setup.exe
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"drive1" iSCSI drive
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Windows cannot be installed
I dont get what im doing wrong,Help me Help me
You are trying to install on already created partition - best practice is to select unused space.
I think the error message is confussing - but the best thing as always if you want more information is to check the log files for the windows installation.

One note in your script you are adding bootmgr - that is in most cases unecessary or are even causing issues (even if it's not the issue you are having) it is better to have wimboot detect and extract bootmgr from boot.wim automatically instead.
same thing as here: http://forum.ipxe.org/showthread.php?tid=12905

@NiKiZe: it doesnt matter what you doing with the disks i wasted so many hours on it.

i think wimboot just doesnt support this?
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