BUG! Certificates Expire after 1 year causing the above error.
Changing the IP Address of the 2PXE Server can result in failure of clients to successfully PXE boot. A configuration change is required in order to align the 2PXE service with the new address.
When you boot a system, it boots successfully into iPXE land but you then see a message stating that there are no available deployments for the device.
PXE Boot is OK but fails soon after
PXE Boot failure
More RAM is always
In an http environment the network access account user name and password are entered in the .config files. The password may be exposed in the log file.
There is currently an issue where 2PXE stops responding when in HTTPS mode - this is because the 2Pint Certificate expired on March 15th and there is an issue with replacing the certificate which requires the iPXE binary to be re-signed by Microsoft. This article provides 2 possible workarounds until the re-signing is complete.
Here is a quick guide on using Wireshark to troubleshoot the 2PXE component in iPXE Anywhere.
Here is a quick guide on using Console Commands to troubleshoot the 2PXE component in iPXE Anywhere.