3.5 and late 2012 model iMacs and MBP's
I summited this same issue to KACE, but I figured I would post here as well. Any help or input is appreciated.
We are having issues with 3.5 and the new imacs/macbooks. First, I was able to successfully create a netboot image with the 3.5 media manager. I created one from our imac (thin model) and our macbook pro just to have options. They both uploaded flawlessly.
When I try to netboot the imac all I get is a white screen with a white no smoking sign type of icon. I will attach a picture below of both issues. The imac has an ip address, it can ping the K2000 and our other servers, you can see it on the K2000, and you can also see it in system preferences> startup disk.
When I netboot the macbook pro all goes well up until you click on the K2000 Imaging Utility. I am getting the error "Unable to determine hostname of K2000". Again, the macbook has an ip address, it can ping the K2000 and our other servers, you can see it on the K2000, and you can also see it in system preference> startup disk.
I created the netboot image from the lastest Lion download from the app store. I have made it the default boot environment on the K2000 as well. I also noticed that the K2000 Imaging utility is still 3.4 Does that matter?
Here are the images on the errors I'm getting - https://www.dropbox.com/sh/mqs5z31xuu1kl1x/q8fC-qPVSm
Community Chosen Answer
I don't think this is a dhcp configuration issue as Jeremy is successfully netbooting. He is only seeing this message on 2 models, other macs work fine.
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