Since no message is displayed that a driver is missing, I assume a wrong driver is loaded.
His work consisted of designing, migrating and troubleshooting Microsoft and Citrix infrastructures.
He was working with technologies like Microsoft RDS, user environment management and (performance) monitoring.
In this case a To determine if the driver is already present in the driver repository of the Win PE image I need the Vendor and Device ID.
These are visible in the ‘Details’ tab of the properties of the NIC by selecting ‘Hardware-ID’s’ in the combo box.
A quick Google search (for Vista drivers) led me to a driver on the Realtek site.
The boot image for Windows PE can be altered from the Altiris Deployment Solutions console via ‘Tools – At the time Ingmar wrote this article he worked for Pepper Byte as a Senior Consultant (up to May 2014).
Johan ADSI front-end Useful to authenticate to AD in Win PE and to do other AD operations https://deploymentresearch.com/508/Adding-ADSI-Support-for-Win PE-10 PXE Booting Win PE Available in MDT SCCM SCCM requires a record to boot MDT – doesn't care WDS used in the background 3 party PXE Use default SCCM boot image in WDS ID/54/Failed to find valid adapter – but you have a network card installed!
https://deploymentresearch.com/528/Fixing-the-ldquo-Failed-to-find-a-valid-network-adapter-rdquo-error-in-Config Mgr-Current-Branch Install driver in Win PE drvload (if it was network driver, you can confirm by doing the following) wpeinit ipconfig Much faster to validate what driver should be added to the boot image so you don't have to go through the process of creating and distributing a boot image just to found out it's a bad driver.
This is strange since the Win PE 2.1 image is downloaded via a PXE boot which acquired a IP address from the DHCP server without problems, the DHCP mechanism is working.