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How do I inject the Network Driver on WDS server?

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When I boot the client through PXE I get the following error:

WdsClient: An error occurred while starting networking: a matching network card driver was not found in this image. Please have your Administrator add the network driver for this machine to the windows PE image on the Windows Deployment Services server.

How do I inject the network card driver in that image?

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find the driver you need. Download it. open WDS, go to drivers, right click drivers and click add driver package
Then go to boot images and right click your boot image and add the driver package
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Worked perfectly!
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