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PXE Provider Support

Updated: November 21, 2007

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

The Pre-Boot Execution Environment (PXE) server is used by Windows Deployment Services to provide network boot programs to client computers. The PXE server receives and responds to PXE requests, and the providers contain the business logic that determines how and when the requests are answered. The PXE provider included with Windows Deployment Services is named Binlsvc.dll.

Events

Event ID Source Message

256

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to open the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\%1\%2 for provider %3. This can happen if the provider was not registered properly.

Error Information: %4

257

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to read the registry key 'ProviderDll' for provider %1. This can happen if the provider was not registered properly.

Error Information: %2

258

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to read the registry key 'IsCritical' for provider %1. This can happen if the provider was not registered properly.

Error Information: %2

259

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to load the module from %1 for provider %2. If the provider is marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will be shutdown.

Error Information: %3

260

WDSPXE

All Windows Deployment Services PXE providers are required to export an initialization function 'PxeProviderInitialize'. Provider %1 loaded from %2 does not export this function. If the provider is marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will be shutdown.

Error Information: %3

261

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider %1 loaded from %2. If the provider is marked as critical the Windows Deployment Services server will be shutdown.

Error Information: %3

262

WDSPXE

Provider %1 was loaded from %2 and initialized successfully.

263

WDSPXE

Provider %1 was loaded from %2 and initialized successfully but the provider did not register the required callback functions. These callback functions are used to notify the provider when requests are received and to shutdown the provider. Windows Deployment Services server will unload the provider. However, since no callback has been registered the server may be unstable. Please correct the problem and restart the service.

264

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider %1. Since the provider is not marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will remain started.

Error Information: %2

265

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to initialize provider %1. Since the provider is marked as critical, the Windows Deployment Services server will be shutdown.

Error Information: %2

266

WDSPXE

An error occurred while trying to shutdown provider %1.

Error Information: %2

267

WDSPXE

Provider %1 was shutdown successfully.

268

WDSPXE

All registered providers failed to initialize. Please review the Event Log for specific error messages for each provider. Windows Deployment Server will be shutdown.

Related Management Information

WDS PXE Server

Windows Deployment Services

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