We are pxe booting thin-clients to connect to a windows 2003 terminal server. Can i put in this tserver a second nic, set it to another subnet, setup DHCP on that subnet for the pxe booting and keep the thin-clients in a vlan (with appropriate switches) of their own? Would they still have internet through the original nic/subnet or would i need to setup routing in the server? There is also a network printer for the clients on there from another print server how would this affect it?
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