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Posted on 2001-06-19
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Im tring to find out how to make up a flopy disk that will let me boot on to a Windows 2000 Domain (ie. The Microsoft Client) to install windows 2000 Adv. Server onto new machines.

All files required for a unattened installation will be stored on the Domain root server.

The machines are Dell GX110 with 3com(3C905C) network cards.

I have used the NT 4 Ncadmin files on a Windows 2000 machines. these created a disk, but it did not boot to the network. I receaved an error telling me that the required protocols were not running.

Any help would be greatly received.
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Question by:elwood010699
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by:franka
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check the hotmail migration case study:

the files you need are here:
http://microsoft.com/technet/migration/hotmail/rootshr.exe

and here are the explanations and many more tips and links:
http://microsoft.com/technet/migration/hotmail/hotapp.asp
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hendrik999 earned 300 total points
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Please download a network bootdisk from this location.
http://www.bovistech.com/disks.htm
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by:elwood010699
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Found this site last night and got it going.

Thanks anyway.
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