Network Boot Via Pxe and iscsi

July 31, 2012 at 09:55:55
Specs: Windows 7

I've installed Windows Deployment Services and its running smoothly. I can create a session and pull images to a client computer with an issue.

However, I've been digging old threads/forums trying to find about "Client diskless boot" where I can load an image and run the OS without having a hard drive via pxe. But I didn't get much out of it.

My question: Is this a special boot image that I need to create [Windows AIK?]? Can I use windows server 2008 to accomplish this?

Sorry if I am not that clear, completely new to this network boot concept and as always, THANK YOU!

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August 6, 2012 at 11:37:55
Check out gPXE.

It should work with WDS because it uses syslinux/pxelinux.

To answer your question, yes. It uses pxelinux which is a boot image much like the boot image for WDS.

I also found this but have never tried it:



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