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Change Altiris Deployment Solution 6.9 PXE boot options - WinPE 2.1 stuck on Netware

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I recently upgraded Altiris deployment solution from 6.8 sp2 to 6.9.  As part of that upgrade I need to get my PXE boot option to WinPE 2.1.  WinPE 1.6 worked great previously when I set that up a while back.  Now when I recreate my WinPE images, the server type is stuck on Novell Netware instead of Windows server.  I see no option to change this from Netware to Windows.  I have installed the WinPE files from Altiris (Symantec) and from Microsoft (WAIK installer) and they both do the same thing.  Any ideas?
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Well no help from you guys :) but I ended up rebuilding the server with a clean install of Altiris and it works great now.  Looking back I should have done that from the start, so much easier than trying to find out what went wrong!
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