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PXE not working after restating the sccm 2007 server

Hi All,

Our SCCM server contain the PXE Service Point and WDS (DHCP on another server) – The server is A Virtual Server

Every time we needed to restart the server, the PXE didn’t worked, and we received the cursed TFTP Error….

So i tried to fix this issue by removing the PXE Service point, and reinstalling, but  i needed to create distribution points again to all my software/images

So, after 6 month, i solves this issue

  1. Restart the WDS Service
  2. Restart The PXE Service
  3. Update the Distribution points of the Boot image, x86 and X64 as well, i don’t know why it’s worked, but it fixed it.

Yair

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How To Install The Accurate Driver Package For Specific Computer Model Using WMI Query (SCCM OSD)

Hi All,

This Howto guide will show you how-to install in the OSD TS the Accurate Driver Package For Specific computer model

First Create Driver Package For Each Computer Model

Then, In the OSD TS, Create Apply Driver Package For Each Model (Like The Picture Bellow)

Then, In the Option Tab, use WMI Query, to Determine If this Package Will Apply to this Computer

The syntax Shuld be like this:

SELECT Model FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Model like ‘%Latitude E4300%’

Thats it,

Yair

You cannot import a driver into an OSD image if the driver is signed for only the Windows 7 operating system in SCCM 2007 SP2

Hi All, I was trying to import Windows 7 Drivers to SCCM OSD BOOT IMAGE, and I got this messege :

The selected driver is not applicable to any supported Platforms.

So, After it Goolge it (It took me 5 Second), I found this HotFix:  You cannot import a driver into a OSD image if the driver is signed for only the Windows 7 operating system in SCCM 2007 SP2 (KB978754).

That born to FIX this problem (yeepi…)

So I request it from microsoft and get it to my email, After i installed it, I could import Wondows 7 Drivers to OSD

Thats IT

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How To Create 2 Formated Partition In SCCM 2007 OSD Task Sequence

05/12/2010 4 comments

Hi All,

I Was looking for a way to create two partition in Task Sequence, The Default is 1 Partition. I tried to do this:

NOT GOOD, Now i Have 1 Partition and 50% Un-Partitioned, That have to be configured after Task Sequence

So The way to do this Right:

We need to create 2 Volumed, The First Formating the First 50%, And the other create volume and Format the 100% of the remaining space:

The Format And Partition Disk Sequence

The Second Step of this Sequence

Now You have it all configuerd right

enjoy

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