2 comments on “Revisiting PXE Booting for UEFI Devices

  1. Something to take into account is that same of the machines that were working may have been reverting to legacy support using PXE boot.

    Some newer devices, specifically the t100, will not revert to a PXE boot and must use a UEFI network boot. Best practice for this is to also use IP or DHCP helpers on your router and eliminate DHCP options 66 and 67. This will
    Make sure that the device picks up the appropriate boot image dynamically whether it be a PXE boot image or UEFI boot image which are the ones defined in WDS for each platform.

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