Stops at PXE-E78
When a client computer PXE boots, it will return PXE E78: Could not locate boot server.
The problem is that the network is not forwarding the correct data across the network. You can troubleshoot this by simply following the steps below.
- Problem of the firewall. Make sure CCBoot is allowed in the firewall (Figure 1)
- Problem of Boot server IP address not configured properly. Make sure your CCBoot server ip address and DHCP settings is set correctly.
- Open Command-line and Check your IP address using ipconfig command (Figure 2).
- Set boot IP address. Make sure DHCP Server IP is your CCBoot Server IP address (Figure 3).
- The CCBoot service stops. Click the START button in the main interface of CCBoot, start the CCBoot service (Figure 4) .
- And check also the windows services if CCBoot is running and the startup type is set to Automatic (Figure 5).
- The client is not added to the user list of CCBoot and then check the “Auto add client” checkbox on CCBoot Cloud “General Settings” (Figure 6).