Dell Latitude 5400 BIOS no longer supports legacy ROM's. Can these boot to the K2000 KBE without having to use a USB thumb drive?
Since the new BIOS doesn't support legacy ROM's the PXE boot option won't work. Documentation for the K2K says their DHCP should see that these computers need UEFI and boot to that environment but everything I have found online about this says you have to create a USB thumb drive to boot to UEFI and connect to the K2K before the computers can be imaged. Is there some way to network boot these to UEFI like we could to PXE?
DHCP Configuration for BIOS and UEFI PXE.
There is a link at the bottom on how to configure MS DHCP. When I downloaded the link the file came down with no extension, if that happens just rename the file with a .pdf extension
We have cut over to UEFI and when we need to boot a legacy we either boot stick it for single machine or change the 67 DHCP entry for that subnet temporarily to legacy, boot, then change it back when we have a group.