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A basic guide
2018-09-19, 14:49
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RE: A basic guide
(2018-09-19 12:45)NiKiZe Wrote:  You need to be more specific about what works and what doesn't

My guess is that your DHCP does not give the correct info for network boot.
Hyper-V is horrible client to debug this, and windows DHCP service is horrible to configure.
If this is the state you are in then I would start doing packet capture with for example wireshark to figure out which information is in the DHCP traffic, and to see if there is any TFTP traffic.

Reading over your notes again I'm currious where you have added ipxe.efi or snponly.efi?
Please see for some good pointers.


I have done nothing more than following the guide I posted in the first post, created WinPE, copied wimboot to the webserver and added option 67 to my DHCP.

I have no ipxe.efi file or snponly.efi files.

Is the there a short step-by-step guide to follow on how to set it up?
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A basic guide - Wildfire3 - 2018-09-19, 09:21
RE: A basic guide - NiKiZe - 2018-09-19, 12:45
RE: A basic guide - Wildfire3 - 2018-09-19 14:49
RE: A basic guide - NiKiZe - 2018-09-19, 15:38
RE: A basic guide - Wildfire3 - 2018-09-20, 14:05
RE: A basic guide - NiKiZe - 2018-09-20, 20:23

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