network boot prom into rdp terminal server session

Posted on 2006-05-18
Last Modified: 2010-08-05
is this possible to take an older pc without a hard drive, install a nic and boot prom to attach to our windows 2003 server which is running terminal server?
Question by:johnbowden
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    Accepted Solution

    Hi johnbowden,

    you need a machine running to be able to use terminal has to have a workable OS so that it can inialise a session
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    Assisted Solution

    yes, but you might be better off using a wyse workstation.

    You will also need a pxe complient network card, not all of them are supported.

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