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Pxe boot sir, could u pls help me in configuring windows 2003 server as a pxe boot server i am getting proxy dhcp does not reply in port 4011 error pls notify me to anitha@chintech.org

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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.

I hope this helps someone else.

If you have to know about, view this link..

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;259670

Posted on Jul 23, 2008

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755 pxe-e55 proxyDHCP service did not reply to request


PXE == Pre Execution Environment

Your computer can "boot" from various devices:
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* USB memory stick
* DVD drive
* hard-drive
* over the network

If you don't have a "network boot server" somewhere on your network, you will get that "boot failed" message.

Enter BIOS SETUP mode, and disable "PXE boot over network", and make sure that the hard-drive and/or the CD/DVD drives are listed as candidates to be eligible boot-devices.

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If your computer is working fine then, disable PXE boot in BIOS or remove from 1st boot option. This is a LAN (network) boot option. It can't find a DHCP server, and is usually used to load an OS image.


For the most part not a real problem. More of a warning. Some corporate models use PXE to mass image.

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Make sure hard drive is the 1st boot option in BIOS, and an OS on the HD of coarse.

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Enter BIOS-setup, and disable the "boot from network" option.

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I don't have any experience with this product but I am 99.9% sure your problem is with Option 67. This path is from the root as defined for the TFTP server, i.e. root for the TFTP service is not the same as root for the server proper.

Most likely it should be something like:

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Are you running Windows Server 2000?

If so - this is a well known problem with 2000.

When you have a server running Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) or Dynamic DNS (DDNS), the Internet Connection Sharing (ICS) service may not function correctly or may cause some services to stop working. In addition, various error messages may be displayed.

To resolve this issue, do not run the ICS service on a DHCP or DDNS server. NAT (which is installed using routing protocols in the Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) snap-in) works correctly if you do not enable the DNS Proxy service or the DHCP allocator.

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Hi,

PXE (pronounce Pixie) is an agent used to boot on to the network.

It's using the DHCP protocol to localise a server where the image of the OS is located

If, for any reason, the hard drive is not seen the computer will attempt to boot on the network controller.
This can be caused if the hard drive is missing, unplugged or corrupt, or simply by not having the boot order configured correctly.

When you start your laptops, press F2 repeatedly until you enter the bios set up, navigate to the boot order and make sure that the hard drive (sometimes listed as HDD....) at the top of the list.

Hope this helps, let me know if you need anymore help.

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If you get this error in a black screen before windows xp can boot up....
CLIENT MAC ADDR: xxxxxxx GUID: xxxxxxxxxx
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Your network card's settings in bios have somehow been changed. PXE means Pre-Execution Enviroment. In other words, it allows your network card to connect to a network server to pull operating system images off the network and other files without having an operating system installed.

The Fix,
Go into BIOS press F2 or F12 whatever your PC's screen at bootup says. In Bios, reset your bios settings to the default bios settings, or original settings. This fixed my problem with the above error. Nothing else fixed it. Windows Recovery cd will not fix it, because you cannot boot windows if this error is still occuring, Your network card will keep prompting DHCP to search for a network.
Its a bios function not a windows function.

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