have you rebooted the PXE representative since installations?
What O/S are the PXE Rep's? If Windows 7, we had to reinstall the Visual C++ 2005/2008 redistributable's. Look in the app log on the PXE rep for Side-By-Side errors.
Yes I have rebooted the server after installation
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Do you get a error message from your clients, if you try a network (PXE) boot?
Is your PXE in the same subnet as your clients or did you add the DHCP helper address to the PXE in your network configuration?
If not, your clients won't "see" the PXE...
Are the following processes/services running:
LANDesk(R) PXE MTFTP Service: PXEMTFTP.exe
LANDesk(R) PXE Service: PXESvc.exe
As Axel said, if you are getting PXE errors on your client, they will usually be something like "PXE-E54" or some other number. If you see those, take a look at this document:
From there you can usually find the right issue and resolution to get PXE working.
Ran into a similar issue at a cusomers site. We were reusing their old Ghost Server. Turns out, he had DHCP installed on the server. DHCP was also not authorized. Removing DHCP Server from the Server Role fixed the issue.
Check to see if you have DHCP Server running as a service.