Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
The problem isn't that
these systems stay in active directory, its that the record of their
approval stays in WDS. My guess is that when WDS fails to find the
computer in AD it fails.
The solution was to remove the approvals from WDS using wdsutil.
WDSUTIL /Delete-AutoAddDevices /DeviceType:ApprovedDevices
I ran the above command and the PXE process worked.
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