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Rogue Detection

Updated: November 21, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

Windows Deployment Services requires interaction with Active Directory Domain Services for several critical functions. One of these functions is rogue detection, which determines whether the Pre-Boot Execution Environment (PXE) server is authorized to provide services in the domain. Rogue detection is also known as Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) authorization.

Events

Event ID Source Message

768

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server was unable to detect the configured rogue detection state. This can happen if there was an error reading configuration information from the registry.

Error Information: %1

769

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server has successfully passed rogue detection. The server is authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server and will process incoming client requests.

770

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server has failed rogue detection. The process completed successfully but it was determined that the server is not authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server. The server will not process incoming client requests.

771

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server was unable to update its rogue detection state when contacting Active Directory Domain Services. The server will continue to use its current setting: the server is authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server and will process incoming client requests.

772

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server was unable to update its rogue detection state when contacting Active Directory Domain Services. The server will continue to use its current setting: the server is not authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server and will not process incoming client requests.

773

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server has failed rogue detection.

Error Information: %1

774

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server was signaled to re-read its configuration settings. The server was unable to detect the configured rogue detection state. This can happen if there was an error reading configuration information from the registry. The server will not process incoming client requests.

Error Information: %1

775

WDSPXE

The Windows Deployment Services server was able to read its configuration settings. The server will now redetect its rogue detection state.

776

WDSPXE

An error occurred while updating the server's rogue detection state. As a result, the Windows Deployment Services server is not authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server and will not process incoming client requests.

777

WDSPXE

Rogue detection has been disabled for this server. The Windows Deployment Services server is authorized as a valid DHCP/PXE server and will process incoming client requests.

Related Management Information

WDS PXE Server

Windows Deployment Services

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