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Hello,

We have a Windows Hyper-V 2008 R2 server with a Windows 8 Pro virtual machine. We can run the Windows 8 Pro using RDP but is it possible to build a diskless Workstation from which we can boot the Windows 8 Pro over the LAN?

If this can be done is there a tutorial available?

Thanks in advance..

Victor
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