zgs
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vmware vsphere auto deploy don't install esxi

hello,

I'm using VMworkstation built a vmware vsphere auto deploy, environment in 2008 operating system used to install vcenter components, installed vmware vsphere PowerCLI, DHCP, TFTP service, and provide a new virtual machine is used to test the installation ESXI operating system, but at the time of installation system, the error, which can provide the help, thanked the here.In addition to facilitate the wrong, I will arrange the document sharing to you, hope to be able to find the mistake earlier

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photofalk
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hi,

had a look into your word file.

You have create your own image after adding the software depot.

please run:

Add-EsxSoftwareDepot c:\update-from-esxi5.5-5.5_update02-2068190.zip


New-EsxImageProfile -CloneProfile "ESXi-5.5.0-20140902001-standard" -name "myESXi550" -vendor "myCompany"
New-DeployRule –Name “test” –Item “myESXi550” –AllHosts


Add-DeployRule –DeployRule  “test”


That should work. 🙂



Greetings

Falk

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zgs
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now ,I will use you previod the method to test,if failed ,please help me

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zgs
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I'm sorry,first I want to thanks ,but I forget

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photofalk
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Based on you screenshots, you shouldn't have an DHCP issue.

So we have to check the vCenter side:

- Is the AutoDeploy Service running?

- Is a local firewall running on the vcenter/autopdeploy server? Check if port 6501 is allowed.

Please share the content of the tramp-file in your tftp-root directory. The given IP should be correct.

Please share the the output of Get-DeployRuleSet

thank you

Falk

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zgs
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I was  test this method ,but ,I failed ,I cat the TFTP Server log

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zgs
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I had server stop the windows firewall,but failed

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photofalk
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Can you please translate the warning from the Windows Event viewer?

I can't read it 🙂

Thanks

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ZenithVM
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The issue is with the autodeployed image. Redeploy the image.

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