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If you have noticed the wds error code 2310, this guide may help you.
WDS Not Starting Code – Error 2310
I recently installed my Windows Deployment Service server with the Server Manager role and then restarted the server. After reboot I noticed that this service is not running, I tried to start the service manually and also got the following error bku.
I checked your C: and E: drives, couldn’t find the RemoteInstall folder, then extracted the contents in the Event Viewer and found the event shown below.
Then I opened the management server, but with the role I found the following wds event.
I ran your current wdsutil /uninitialize-server command, but got the following message
“An error occurred while trying to authorize you to run the command. Description:
error code: 0xc1030104
error The Windows Deployment Services-Aware Deployment Server role service is not actually configured on the server.
How do I restart my WDS?
Restart the WDS service, right-click on your computer in Windows Deployment Console services and find All Tasks → click Restart.
Even though ” the identity of the WDS server is set from Server Manager. There is
After that, wdsutil /initialise-server /reminst:E:remoteinstall – will launch the e:remoteinstall web page where you need to configure the WDS directory. Command executed and successful, after restarting the server I was able to start Windows Deployment Services.
I was looking for a specific remote install folder on my E: and it looks like it was there. (see below)
How do I fix unable to load WDS service?
In the Deployment Services window, expand Servers, right-click the WDS Internet server name and hosting, select Properties. In the Server Properties dialog box, locate the DHCP tab. Check the Don’t listen to output at 67 checkbox to make a choice, use, and then Apply.
Because I planned to use the OS Deployment Server with ConfigMgr, I installed most of the Microsoft Toolkit Deployment 2010 and shippedAdded additional Rings workbooks to set up integration with ConfigMgr.< /p>
If ConfigMgr uses them, no comparison with the last step will be NA
After installing the PXE backend with ConfigMgr, I checked this pxesetup.log
In fact, if we are currently browsing our WDS site because the person who set it up is temporarily away, this indicates that the WDS server remains down. When I try to manually configure it through the services, I get error code 2310. The server was restarted and yesterday the error was found today.
On our E: we have a DeploymentShare and a WindowsDeployment (our WindowsDeployment appears to be the “remoteinstall” folder mentioned, which is just browsing the web a few times)
Each of the event logs has: Application registration. An error occurred while trying to start the Windows Service Processing Server. 0x906
How do I know if my WDS is working?
Go to the Services web page (Windows key + R > Variation Services.msc)Locate the Windows Deployment Services server.check the status is running.
System Error Information: Log – The Windows Deployment Services Server service has terminated with a service-specific error ‘Service Binding’: This share does not exist. Done < /p>
Someone knows how to decideWhat is the problem? I’ve seen more material on the internet on how this would help with the solution, but I didn’t want to start typing commands where I’m not always sure they will work, so all sorts of explanations of exactly what it is that I can do would be great. .
How do I update my WDS drivers?
open MMC, expand the desired host, then expand DRIVERS.Select ADD DRIVER PACKAGE,Select SELECT ALL FOLDER DRIVER PACKAGES FROM and navigate to the folder containing our unpacked drivers.
Fixed. I got a new chance to use and then uninitialized server initialized it. Worked great.