SCCM DART Integration


i have integrated MS Dart into MDT and OSD. i have added it to my boot image. when i test a system using USB Boot I am able to use dart remote viewer. but when i try to PXE or USB boot a machine on our build VLans i get an error while connecting. make sure teh ip address and port number are valid and try again. error code: -2092621306. i havent been able to find anything on this. i am wondering if its a firewall issues possibly because we have network segmentation setup up.

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    so the properties for with-in MDT i have event port 9800 and data 9801. but when i am able to connect to a machine it connects on port 49669


      So both of those ports ( 9800 & 9801) are opened for DaRT communication?

      I think you can get the actual port details from DartConfig.dat file

      The next option to take a network trace and analyze


        they look to be open. i am checking to see if it works on other vlans to get our network team to look into it.


        so what i am noticing is that the machines dont work when i look at the remote connection i see only a ipv6 option but machines i can connect to have both ipv6 and ipv4. on the machine with only ipv6 if i open cmd and do an ipconfig i see the system has an ipv4 address.


          Strange .. unfortunately, I don’t have any suggestions part from disabling ipv6

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          I’m seeing the same thing with WinPE and DaRT. Some clients are defaulting to only IPv6 addresses, which generate a -2092621306 error.

          Clients that are able to use an IPv4 address will allow me to connect.

          Did you ever find a resolution to this issue?


            I may have found a workaround for my issue.

            Seems to have been a timing problem in WinPE. The EnableDART script was allowing WinPE 5 seconds to start networking and all services. In my environment, it looks like that was not enough time for the IPv4 interface to come up and get an IP address.

            I’ve modified the startup script to add a 15 sec delay, and now I get both IPv4 and IPv6 addresses consistently in my testing, allowing DaRT remote control.


      Only try to understand the security of DaRT, has your security team approved it?
      Also what about clients over internet i dont think it can support that scenario.

      Just curious to know.


    On which port you are connecting to DaRT 49670?

    I have tried to run portquery to check whether the network connection is on?

    Have you already checked

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