FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence Delays with SCCM 2002 | KB 4567007

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FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence Delays with SCCM 2002 KB 4567007

Let’s fix PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with SCCM 2002. There is a known issue with the Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr) 2002 version as I mentioned in the ConfigMgr 2002 known issues.

The KB4567007 is hotfix released by Microsoft to fix the PXE boot and TS slowness issue with the SCCM version 2002. More details about the hotfix https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/help/4567007/pxe-boot-fails-after-updating-to-configuration-manager-current-branch

NOTE! – Make sure you install KB4563473 (The tenant attach hotfix) before installing the above-mentioned hotfix. If KB4563473 is installed after this update, contact Microsoft Customer Support for assistance in manually re-applying the changes from KB 4567007.

TL;DR

FIX KB4567007

It seems the KB4567007 just updates the SQL database to fix the issue as per the KB file information.

NOTE! – There is no client update available for KB4567007 hotfix.

The following are the list of fixes available in the hotfix KB4567007:

  • Operating system deployment task sequences fail during the PXE boot process.
    • This occurs more frequently in environments with a large volume of packages in the task sequence. 
  • The SMSPXE.log file will show a time difference of 30 seconds or more in between corresponding Operation: BootRequest and Operation: BootReply entries.
    • There are no explicit errors recorded before the boot process times out.
  • In addition, the Resolving Task Sequence Dependencies process of a task sequence may take considerably longer than expected when multiple dependencies are present. 
  • In both cases, the CPU of Microsoft SQL Server on the site database will show higher than expected usage.
File nameFile versionFile sizeDateTimePlatform
cm2002-kb4567007.update.sqlNot Applicable831915-May-202000:00Not Applicable
KB4567007 just updates SQL database to fix
KB4567007 just updates SQL database to fix
KB4567007 just updates SQL database to fix

Installation Process

  • Navigate – \Administration\Overview\Updates and Servicing
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with SCCM 2002
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with SCCM 2002
  • Right-Click on KB4567007 update and select Install Update pack.
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with SCCM 2002
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with SCCM 2002
  • Click on NEXT
  • Click on Accept and Next.
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with ConfigMgr 2002
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence delays with ConfigMgr 2002

Summary – Update package installation KB4567007

Install Update Package Configuration Manager 2002 Hotfix (KB4567007)
Prerequisite warnings will be ignored

KB4567007 Installation Completed

  • Completed the update wizard.
FIX PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence Delays with SCCM 2002 | KB 4567007 1

Progress

  • Navigate – \Monitoring\Overview\Updates and Servicing Status\Configuration Manager 2002 Hotfix (KB4567007)
Configuration Manager 2002 Hotfix (KB4567007)
Configuration Manager 2002 Hotfix (KB4567007)

Results

Successfully installed the hotfix KB4567007 to fix PXE Boot Failures Task Sequence Delays with SCCM 2002.

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Configuration Manager 2002 Hotfix (KB4567007)

2002 Site Version

After updating KB4567007 the site version is 5.00.8968.1031.

Resources

9 COMMENTS

  1. Does it really change the site version to 5.00.8968.1031? We have installed this hotfix successfully, but our site version has not changed.

  2. Hi Anoop, you are doing great. I am facing this issue after upgrading my SCCM to 2002. After upgrading I got only one hotfix KB4567007 and SCCM MMC, so I have isntalled that also, but it didn’t fix this pxe boot issue. I didn’t get any update in between these two mentioned updates. Can you please help what to do and fix this pxe boot issue.

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