Hello, we are having an issue with PXE booting in VMware using a large than 1432 RamDiskTFTPBlockSize. We have tried using the following settings for the block size: 2048, 4096, 8192, 16384 and they all fail with error code 0xC0000001. Sure you will speed-up WDS/MDT/SCCM TFTP transfers. We use SCCM 2012 R2 for our PXE server, but this setting can be changed directly on WDS, or SCCM 2007 as well. I also believe. Are you ever able to successfully when PXE booting in VMware with RamDiskTFTPBlockSize larger than 1432; or does it always come back failed (corrupt?) – in addition to.
So its getting a DHCP address and contacting the PXE server, but then it isn't receiving a WDS boot image? Check your WDS Server Settings. E Stamp Paper Download Haryana. Specifically the PXE response, and PXE Boot, and Client TABs. I would also double check your Boot images configured in WDS.
Imported from a Windows install DVD etc ( media sources boot.wim ). Or if you are using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, imported from the MDT generated boot images. I have always found it easiest to troubleshoot WDS / MDT issue by installing HYPER-V on the WDS server and booting a local VM connected to the PXE network. Rules out any external network problems.