8 Replies Latest reply on Oct 4, 2017 9:04 AM by Intel Corporation

    NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx

    TEG

      Hello,

       

      our two new NUC7's does't boot over UEFI PXE IP4. PXE Server is Sccm2012.

       

      Newest BIOS installed, load setup defaults.... etc nothing helps.

       

      Legacy PXE works fine.

       

      In SCCM log the 2 NUC7's doesn't appear.

       

      Other NUC6's and Lenovo Notebooks (on the same cable) UEFI PXE IP4 works fine and are shown in log.

       

      Can anyone help me, please?

       

      Regards,

       

      Christoph

        • 1. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
          N.Scott.Pearson

          As far as I know, only Legacy PXE support is provided.

          ...S

          • 2. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
            TEG

            And why it is provided @ NUC6, NUC5 and D34010?

             

            "Other NUC6's and Lenovo Notebooks (on the same cable) UEFI PXE IP4 works fine and are shown in log."

             

            We need UEFI PXE because we install Win 10 over SCCM on NVMe Stroage.

             

            @ NUC6's it works fine.

             

             

            Regards,

             

            Christoph

            • 3. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
              N.Scott.Pearson

              ICS will need to get you an answer for that...

              • 4. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
                Intel Corporation
                This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                Christoph, I have been working on your thread since Scott helped you. I would like to know more information regarding your configuration since I checked the BIOS on the Intel® NUCs you mentioned but I could not find anything related to it. Please let me know what are the exact steps you are following to achieve UEFI PXE IP4.

                 

                Regards,

                Amy C.

                • 5. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
                  Intel Corporation
                  This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                  Christoph,

                   

                  If you need further assistance let us know.

                   

                  Regards,

                  Amy C.

                  • 6. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
                    Tyson.Korhonen

                    I'm curious if you found any solution to this problem.  I am seeing it is well.  We have 50+ of each of the following NUC models...D34010WYK, NUC5i3RYK, NUC6i5SYK.  All of them transitioned fairly well from Legacy PXE Boot to UEFI PXE Boot with Secure Boot enabled (Some did need BIOS updates but that is to be expected).  However our newest stock of NUC7i5BNK's will not boot to PXE in UEFI with Secure Boot (BIOS updated and all).  The options exist in the BIOS options and the device recognizes and serves up the option to network boot.  Selecting the IPv4 boot option event initiates the process and sees the network (Media detected message), but it wont go any further.  I can even flip the device to non-secure boot non-UEFI, and PXE boot the device perfectly fine using Legacy network boot.  I would REALLY prefer move forward not backward though .

                    • 7. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
                      slb

                      We have the same issue, the NUC7ixxx's are unable to do UEFI PXE boot, are you still working to fix this?

                      • 8. Re: NO UEFI PXE Boot on NUC7ixxx
                        Intel Corporation
                        This message was posted on behalf of Intel Corporation

                        Peer thank you for joining the thread.

                         

                        At this stage we would like to take a look to each case individually, so for us to further assist you and to help you with the specific problem, please create a new thread, make sure to add all the details in regard to your system. This way the next agent will have a better look at your specific scenario, you can add this thread as a reference but I recommend creating a new thread in order to isolate your case.

                         

                        Regards,

                        Amy C.