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Boot XPE from network without "Remote Boot Services"

 
 
eyal inbar
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      8th Apr 2004
Hi,

In my organizatoin, I have option to start my computer from network.
In that way, I can recover computer from image (ghost), start computer with
dos and etc.
We are using in "3COM Image Editor" to create out menus and images disks.
Now, I want add option to start xpe from network.
The problem is that I can't use "Remote Boot Services" (which include in XPE
SP1) because I want that my clients
will be able to choose from menu what to load (ghost,dos or XPE).
I tried to add "startrom.com" to the pxe menu but I can't start XPE in that
way.

Any ideas how can I let the clients abillity to choose which image to load ?
(dos,ghost,xpe)

Thanks.



 
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Nandini Shenoy
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      5th May 2004
Eyal,

There is no way to do this right now with XPE Remote Boot.. But we may plan
on releasing this feature in future.

Thanks
Nandini
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