Pxesetup log not updating
Furthermore the use of DHCP Options to control PXE requests is not supported by Microsoft.
Therefore the only recommended and supported method of PXE booting client PCs that are on a different subnet than the DHCP or WDS/PXE Service Point servers is the use of IP Helpers.
In certain instances, configuring DHCP Options 60, 66, and 67 may make it appear that the PXE boot process is proceeding further along than before these options were configured, but in reality it just proceeds further down an incorrect path, ends up giving different error messages, and ends up failing. If prompted to do so after WDS has finished installing, reboot the server. Once the server has restarted, DO NOT try to manually configure or start the WDS service. In the Config Mgr 2007 Admin Console, navigate to “” button. On the server where the PXE Service Point is being installed, navigate to the Config Mgr 2007 site server log location using Windows Explorer.
Usually the log location will be under one of the following paths: using SMS Trace/Trace32
Match up the Package ID obtained in Step 1 with the Package Name. Based on the Package Name obtained in the Step 2, locate the package under one of the following nodes in the Config Mgr 2007 console: ” button. On the server where the PXE Service Point is being uninstalled, navigate to the Config Mgr 2007 site server log location using Windows Explorer.Once configured, the PXE Service Point installation will then automatically start the WDS service.For this reason, manual configuration of WDS in the Windows Deployment Services console is NOT necessary and should not be performed.DHCP Options 66 and 67 should still NOT be set in this scenario.For more information, please see the section “ It is IMPERATIVE that before continuing that it has been verified that the routers have IP Helpers configured AND that the DHCP server does NOT have DHCP Options 60, 66, or 67 configured.
Monitor this log and verify that the PXE Service Point uninstalled correctly.