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OS network install - poweredge 750

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I have a poweredge 750 and I am trying to install an OS on it. What do I need to do in order to perform a network install? All my server has is a floppy disk drive.
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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While I'm not sure what OS yo're planning on installing, here's the how-to for Remote Installation Service for Server 2003:  http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325862

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I am installing Windows Server 2003 Std. I followed all of those steps. DHCP/AD/DNS is all set up. For some reason when I press F12 to get the PXE it seems to timeout during the part where it searches for a DHCP. After it times out, I get an error stating no boot filename received.
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Still haven't figured out a possible solution
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by:Jeffrey Kane - TechSoEasy
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Then how about responding to my last suggestion?  Have you run down that entire troubleshooting list?  What was the outcome?

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Have not had a chance this week to run through those, will give them a try tomorrow. Thank you sorry to keep this open this long
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