Network PC Setup

  Tonycablejr 11:56 23 Nov 2006

Hi People

Wonder if you can help me.

I’m about to set up a network from scratch. I’ve got windows 2003 server, which [I think] I have no problem setting up.

My problem will be setting up the PC’s for the network.

Where I work we use a disk, that the PC boots from, we enter a bit of information, and it sets up the rest (installs windows and configures it for the network, with a login screen).

I want to use this method but trouble is I have got no idea how to create on of these disks.

Does anyone know of a program that will let me create a network boot up disk, or give me some advice on how to do it?

If you need some details about the server and set up etc, then I can provide them as well, as I have set up the server already.

Any help would be appreciated


  howard64 19:40 23 Nov 2006

not sure if I understand exactly what you want to do. With win xp when you want to set up the network you run the network wizard on the main pc and at the end get the option to create a disk to put in the other[s].

  Tonycablejr 20:00 23 Nov 2006

That'll do.... i'll give that a try and see how that works


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