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I have Windows Deployment Services setup on Windows server 2008.  A previous employee set it up to image Windows XP PCs.  I just got in my first Windows 8 laptop and would like to capture the Windows image after it's configured per company spec.  I'm running into issues using PXE boot though because the server is configured for x86 OS and Windows is 64 bit on the laptop.  Can anyone point me in the right direction where I can find a step by step list of what needs to be done to create, configure and capture all the necessary files to make this work?
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I tried this and it works great!  Thanks for your help.
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