Is your Core Server registered as an "A" record in the DNS service?. Does your DHCP service include the DNS as an option for the DHCP clients?. Could you include the log for the scripted task?
There was another post earlier with problems imaging via PXE. Make sure you have a management agent installed on the core. in their case they reapplied SP2 to get it on there and then PXE worked fine.
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I have followed this and have also revisited the Best Known practise for OS deployment. I still cannot get this to work and after adding in host file to the ldvpe1.img, I now have lost my PXE boot menu :-(
I have now got to the point of logging a support case for this and the Landesk AV issue as I believe the upgrade from 8.5 has brought with it certain issues.
I am also thinking of renaming landesk to landmine, because each time I step into something else. It just blows up in my face.
Thank you for your assistance so far. I know I must be doing something wrong, but what? I do not have a clue
May potentially be for the best - will probably end up trying to set up an RC session so that we can have a look on your Core.
AV should have zilch to do with this, as it has all of nothing to do with the OSD stuff ... the "closest" it might be getting to would be "it uses a WebService" which OSD does too.
Anyway - we'll keep an eye out for the support case.
LANDesk EMEA Technical Lead