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BOOT FROM LAN SETTING

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how do i boot pc from lan?
what files do i need to put on server?
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Use the Free Wake on Lan tool from Manage Engine...
http://www.manageengine.com/products/free-windows-tools/free-wake-on-lan-tool.html

Also ensure that wake on lan is enabled in the PCs BIOS!

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thank you.
i just want to play with it.
what's the easiest way to set server?
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