I am using Windows 2012 server R2's WDS to deploy win10 images to client PCs which are combinations of HP ProBook 450, 430, and HP ProDesk 400 G1. Recently I bought a few HP ProDesk 600 G2 and now my perfectly working WDS image does not like new HP desktop.
I connected the new PC through LAN cable to the network and performed a network boot followed by selecting the right boot image. Then selected the install image and got the "setup is starting" screen. After a few minutes of thinking, I got
"WdsClient: an error occurred while obtaining an IP address from the DHCP server. Please check to ensure that there is an operational DHCP server on this network segment."
I checked DHCP lease details and the client PC was able to receive an IP address through DHCP server.
By the way, DHCP and WDS are on the same subnet.
After doing a bit of research, I found out that, it is a problem with the ethernet driver. So I am now trying to add the network driver package to boot image, hoping that I could load the network driver during PE if it is the driver issue.
I can select network driver package as below
Then it gives "Dism host servicing process has stopped working"
After closed the dialog box, then it displays below "
operation failed" error with "
class not registered"
However, as error states that I thought the problem is with "
file name Netwew01.INF" and next time when I run it, I did not select the "
networkw01.INF". Then it came back with the same unresponsive error followed by same "
class not registered" error but pointing to a different driver set ("
ansmw60e.INF"). However, I tried again removing second driver set and the same thing happened with a different driver set.
Could someone please help me with this issue by either fixing initial issue or the second part?