Can't see where to choose from images from RIS client

So I built a RIS server on a dedicated Windows 2003 server on my domain.  I have all the requirements in place and have, from a client machine, used the RiPrep.exe wizard to upload an image.  When I boot up another client using PXE, everything goes smoothly, it sees the RIS server, gets an IP address, and I login using my domain admin account. At this point though, it simply tries to begin installing the default vanila XP image, and then fails saying that the NIC drivers for this machine are not found on the image. I'm wondering where/how I can choose from whatever images I have on the server.  Do they need to be in a certain folder to be able to be seen from the client or something?  Thanks in advance.
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Netman66Commented:
Did you add the Riprep image to the server?

In Properties of the server (in ADUC) on the remote tab is where you would point to the new image.

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