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Old 05-16-2018, 12:57 PM   #16
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Have you gotten to networking yet (i.e. you could run tcpdump on the server side)? Or are you still stuck with BIOS setting? Are you able to locate PXE Option ROM in BIOS menu, as well as UEFI boot device priority?

Incidentally, I don't think this has anything to do with PC maker (Lenovo or Dell), but as long as its Windows, the video/article is probably useful to you. If your server side hasn't gotten any packet (tcpdump), you probably need to look more closely at the client side setting.

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Old 05-16-2018, 01:25 PM   #17
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Have you gotten to networking yet (i.e. you could run tcpdump on the server side)? Or are you still stuck with BIOS setting? Are you able to locate PXE Option ROM in BIOS menu, as well as UEFI boot device priority?

Incidentally, I don't think this has anything to do with PC maker (Lenovo or Dell), but as long as its Windows, the video/article is probably useful to you. If your server side hasn't gotten any packet (tcpdump), you probably need to look more closely at the client side setting.

I'm still stuck with BIOS setup? I can not find the PXE option ROM in the BIOS menu... I really do not know if 2007 cards have this function to activate.

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Old 05-16-2018, 02:42 PM   #18
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Lenovo web site should have the owners manual and it it should be the way to enable pxe.

If for some very slim chance this doesn't have pxe then you may still be able to boot gpxe/ipxe.

Seems Lenovo decided to put some of that information into a windows program. I downloaded it and expanded it but didn't try to run it. Might try it with wine.

Just to point this out. It may not be called PXE but something like network boot agent or intel network or even pcilan boot in the drive boot order option list.

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