looking for some advice on why my lab setups is acting this way regarding PXE boot.
A breakdown of the unit is:
- Host OS is Server 2016 running hyper V with 2 VMS Hyper V
- VM1 is the DC, running AD, DHCP , DNS
- VM2 WDS
When I PXE boot a Client (Dell E7470 7480 ) while the Pre-OS environment (Firmware) is in UEFI mode it works like a charm pulls down the NBP file and can then take an install.wim
however if I change the client it to Legacy BIOS it PXE boots and receives the error PXE-E53 No Bootfile name received.
Within DHCP if I set 66 to the IP of the WDS server and 67 as says \boot\x64\wdsnbp.com it then works in Legacy but doesnt in UEFI
the reason I'm confused is because i shouldnt have to set option 66 67 within DHCP as the WDS is on a different VM.
what am i missing here to be able to PXE both legacy and UEFI machines without having to change options every time I want to do so?
I can get the client working in both UEFI and Legacy but only seperately