Server based setup Windows 98

I have a problem, when I do Server Based Setup
Windows 98 I cannot reboot workstation.
I have an error message about missing snapshot.vxd, but I didn't find it in a Windows 98 CD, I tried another CD but no use. What the matter is there any substitute for snapshot.vxd in Win 98 or what and where can I get this file if neccesary. Thanks in advance.
 

mans1Asked:
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dew_associatesCommented:
Mans, it sounds like you're trying to use your old Win95 batch files to setup Windows 98 from the server. Snapshot.vxd is a Windows 95 VXD file and no longer applies to Win98. Use Batch98 and the INF file generator to handle these operations. Then you can use a Novell, Unix or WinNT server for the setup from the share you create.
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dew_associatesCommented:
By the way, when you create the setup batch file, use reboot.com. It can be found on the install cd and if you've made a win98 setup floppy, it's on there as well.
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