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Posted on 2011-02-17
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when i try to pxe boot,
it shows client mac addres 00000....... then GUID 08800

what does this GUID represent ?
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The GUID is a PXE setting by which you can differentiate among the systems.
GUID is set by the manufacturer and is unique.
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