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PXE booting

PXE booting

PXE booting

I have zenworks 6.5

Have created an image on my server and have set the pc up with pxe boot.
In consoleone i hace associated a workstation to pull that image off the server.
I have ticked the box check for imaging work for this workstation on next boot and have told it where to get image.
The PC boots into pxe by passes the menu and installs the image.Which is what i want it to do. It then reboots but keeps pulling the image back down from the server going into a loop. if i go back into consoleone and un-tick the check for imaging work etc half way through the image install it boots into pxe finds no work and boots into xp which is what i want. How do i get over this loop problem?

RE: PXE booting

what service pack level are you?

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RE: PXE booting

Its a bug! You have to Install the newest Service Pack!

RE: PXE booting

Solved the problem by adding service pack 1b for the snappins.

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