Not sure if this should go in the Windows Server or Networking forum, but here goes:
I installed Windows Deployment Services on my server which runs Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise X64. The setup worked fine for a while, I just added boot images and was able to boot from them without changing any of the settings. But now on boot, clients get an IP Address from the DHCP server, they download wdsnbp.com, but then they hang. They show "Contacting Server: 192.168.137.200...." and then it eventually times out and exits the bootloader. I've already removed and reinstalled the WDS role from the server, but the problem persists. It's not brand specific; the problem occurs on all of the clients on my network. Has anyone fixed this before? Thanks,
You've been helped by a 15 year old.