troubleshooting Question

Easiest way to boot over network to Ghost Server?

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I'm pretty sure PXE booting is the answer, but is a TFTP server required?

Basically want to be able to get to the ghost server without the use of a boot disk/CD.

Hit F12, choose Onboard NIC, retrieve a boot image with a universal network driver, and map a network drive.

Additionally, this does not have to be achieved remotely.  The main reason I'm looking into this is avoid having to use boot disks, get DOS drivers for numerous different machines, etc.

Any suggestions/introduction sites?

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