lejanana August 12, 2010 at 16:03:04 Specs: Windows Server 2003
I am changing from a linux based network to a windows 2003, but i have one problem the client computers dont have harddrives, so i am wondering whether it's possible for clients to boot from the server pc even if they don't have harddrives please help urgent!
I am assuming you wish to run some form of Windows on the clients. I believe that this has been done but it is hardly practical. There are more than a few serious issues involved. I have no idea how it would be done.
lejanana your diskless workstations have to support booting to windows terminal server which means they need a base Windows OS to start with. Unless these units support this you will need to replace them
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