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|Client computers display a BootP message but do not display the DHCP message.
||Determine whether non-RIS clients can obtain an IP address. If they cannot, make sure that the DHCP server is online, authorized, and has a defined and activated IP address scope. Make sure that DHCP packets are being routed.
| Client computers display the DHCP message but do not display the Boot Information Negotiations Layer (BINL) message.|| Verify that the RIS server is online and authorized. Make sure that DHCP packets are being routed.|
| Client computers display the BINL message but cannot connect to the RIS server.|| Restart the NetPC Boot Service Manager (BINLSVC) service on the RIS server.|
| Client computers cannot connect to a RIS server by using the RIS Startup disk.|| In the Remote Boot Disk Generator utility, click Adapter List to verify that the RIS Startup disk supports the client network adapter.|
| You press F12 and the remote startup initiates, but the client computer cannot connect to an RIS server.|| Make sure that the client PXE ROM is version .99c or later. Start the computer, and check the PXE ROM messages that appear on the screen.|
| The expected installation options are not available to a user.|| Check for Group Policy conflicts. Another Group Policy object may have taken precedence over the Group Policy object assigned to the installation options.|