Client is booting into PXE and at this point you will see the DHCP ////////......... Then immediately "Exiting Intel Boot Agent"
Verify the PXE configuration:
The PXE configuration shows the DS tab > Default Boot Menu option is WinPE.
Client Response Types > Enable response to request from computers not in the DS database is checked box
Enable Response to computer with active DS job assignments only is UN-Checked
The Status Tab when you highlight the PXE server shows the two Services in the bottom pane window Green and Idle.
Highlight the Winpe Managed in the PXE configuration> Select Edit and it will show you the Boot menu option. In this case it is MenuOption161
If MSDOS installed in PXE configuration the client can boot into MSDOS with no issues.
The files that are effected by this issue are located in the eXpress Share\PXE\ PXE.ini and PXEManager.ini
Below it is missing the menuoption161
MENU="0,Next Device (BIOS/EFI)","160,DOS","129,DOS Managed","163,GX Managed DOS","130,Linux Managed","162,Linux pxe"
Below it is also missing the menuoption161, It will show all the other menu options except 161
Prompt="Press [F8] to Select a boot option"
The Master Image folder eXpress\PXE\MasterImages was missing the Menu option 161 and, therefore, was not copied down to the Images folder.
When the WinPE 2.1 Image is created within the Master Image folder it does show the MenuOption164 and then select the save button within PXE configuration it renames the MenuOption131.wrk Even though there is another MenuOption131 already exist.The only reason that menu option folders stay named with the .wrk extension is if a process has the folder locked. In this situation for an unknown reason PXE Manager had a lock on both of these directories. This may occur if a third party product such as antivirus software scans the PXE directory while PXE Manager is attempting to rename the directory.
A hotfix is available to resolve this issue. Please contact Altiris / Symantec techncial support to obtain this hotfix with this KB reference on KB 40875 and 41655
Symantec Tech Support strongly recommends taking a backup on the PXE files off a remote share before applying this hotfix.
Having ‘two PXE folders’ can cause PXE service issues on the same Deployment Server Drives.
Note the PXE Manager files are for the main PXE Test manager server.zip and the Remote PXE server files are PXE Test servers.zip
Deployment Solution 6.9.164