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How to use the image file from the server?

Posted on 2006-07-07
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I have a server running windos server 2000.

I just want to easy for me to install windows, so I burn a few image file in a spare hard disk, but it seem difficult everytime need to plugin the spare hard disk for installing!

Can I use the image file from my server or other computer!

and using out network to read the image file!(just plug the cable to the lan port)

please explain every step include how to boot from network, because I am a newer on that!
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Use Bart's boot disc to get you on the network.  I assume the images you refer to are GHOST images or the like.  Don't forget to run SYSPREP on them first before restoring them to another machine so that they are unique then they will run through the mini-setup for computer name etc.

http://www.nu2.nu/bootdisk/network/
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this one's great & supports around 90 network adapters
http://www.netbootdisk.com/
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