I've got a new Kace 2000 device that I can't get the PXE boot to work properly.  I've configured my DHCP scope as directed to allow for the PXE boot file, using the IP of the kace box.  The clients pick up an address, but get an error that they cannot find the boot file.  KACE box and DHCP are on one subnet, clients on another.  I tried putting in a new DHCP scope on teh same subnet as the KACE box, but the client wasn't able to pick up an address.  There's got to be something funky about crossing the vlan that PXE doesn't like.  Any thoughts, I'd appreciate it!

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I don't have Option 244 set. However, I found my problem. I'd had Option 60 set (residual from Altiris). Discovered that this won't work with one DHCP host and another boot host. Once I removed Option 60, it worked fine.

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you have them set up like this?

Answered 11/14/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • I don't have Option 244 set.  However, I found my problem.  I'd had Option 60 set (residual from Altiris).  Discovered that this won't work with one DHCP host and another boot host.  Once I removed Option 60, it worked fine.

  • usually you do not need option 244 it is a fallback if 66 fails

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