Am having some issues trying to build an E7450 from SCCM 2012 via PXE Boot. I've imported the Dell Driver Cab for WinPE 5, and have imported the dell driver cab for the E7450. I've added the network drivers to the x64 boot image but am still having a problem with it not picking up an IP address. To me this suggests the network drivers are wrong? has anyone got any ideas, or got a solution from when they have built them?
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According to the support KB it mentions there is a newer driver signing method.
This will also mean you may need to reimport the drivers you currently have imported.
Hope this answers all the questions.
Same problem here. SCCM imports a driver Intel(R) Ethernet Connection I217-LM however on the 7450 the network adapter is a Intel(R) Ethernet Connection I218-LM. Version for the I217-LM is 22.214.171.124 where the driver version for the I218-LM is 126.96.36.199something.
Still looking for a way to import a I218-LM driver. I downloaded the stand alone NIC drivers here but they are still listed a I217-LM.
Similar issue here with T7810. Win7 x64 build task sequence went through to the end. Network driver detected and installed but IP address is 169.254.x.x. Network driver is "Intel(R) Ethernet Connection I217-LM" version 188.8.131.52
As the result of incorrect IP address the machine could not join to company domain and remain as a member of WORKGROUP. When Win7 OS is fully loaded, I can login with local account, the IP address is fine and can manually join domain with no problem.
I also suspect that the driver is wrong as well. Please share if you have solution.
OK I was able to fix this on my E7250 (same problem with my E7450) by downloading the drivers from Intel's site and importing the driver and adding it to my boot image. You can download the Intel Ethernet Driver CD here. I'll test this on my E7450 tomorrow but am pretty sure it will work.