Check the two locations shown in the attached screenshot. Somehow you have these guys set to holding queue mode. Also make sure there are no osd tasks set for these machines that are showing in a failed state.
Make sure to remove machines from these areas and remove any reps that show as being in holding queue mode. This is under configure - services - osd in the console on the core server.
If this doesn't work, you need to tell us what the PXE screen looks like that they are booting to and also pay attention to the boot sequence bacause that should give you the ip address of the servicing pxe rep so you can track it down.
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check the following settings on your PXE server:
- start the configuration tool "C:\Program Files\LANDesk\PXE\System\PxeConfig.exe"
- right click on "Configure proxyDHCP Server"
- Tab "Client Options"
- Check the value of "Remote Boot Prompt Timeout" in the lower part "Global Bootserver Menu Prompt"
- the standard is 4, if the value is 0 the first item in remote boot menu will be taken
Furthermore check the BIOS network boot settings of the clients. Sometimes the PXE boot settings are configured for every boot, if a PXE server exist...