Server 2003

By jshoemaker21 ·
I hate to ask this. But at my previous job we used to use Sysprep and other Windows tools to re image computers. When imaging we would boot the PC to be imaged to the PXE NIC and it would bring up a list of which image to place on the PC. What is this feature called and how do I access it. It's been so long, I just can't remember. Thanks for your help!

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by CG IT In reply to Server 2003
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by dan.cox In reply to Server 2003

There are a few different services that could serve this purpose.
I believe the easiest to use with Windows Server 2003 is Windows Deployment Services. (WDS)
Using Windows WAIK, you would create a boot file(.wim) and load that into WDS.
Then on the workstation you would network boot and it would connect to the WDS server and show you the boot files available. Just select the boot file you wanted to use.
Not sure if this is what you were asking.
Let me know.

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