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    Quote Originally Posted by mullet_man View Post
    Do you have WDS? As you can create a deploy cd or usb stick and deploy a windows image to each mac if you create a partition on them.

    I've got a link somewhere if you want it?
    Link would be good - good to know how to do that

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    Link would be good - good to know how to do that
    I used this link, you'll need to follow the steps, I had to find the Mac network card drivers not sure which they possibly Broadcom and then inject them. It was about a year ago I did this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mullet_man View Post
    I used this link, you'll need to follow the steps, I had to find the Mac network card drivers not sure which they possibly Broadcom and then inject them. It was about a year ago I did this.
    Link would be helpful

    People, Technology, Connected » How to: Create a Windows Deployment Services Discover Image and CD

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    Just noticed there is an updated post, which looks like it uses your boot image from your Wds server so you will be able to inject the drivers via the GUI which will be easier than the command line and then export that boot image to use to create a boot cd.

    People, Technology, Connected » How To Create Discover CD-Windows Deployment Services 2008 R2

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrankJaeger View Post
    We tried for days using this method, we had nothing but problems.
    So we did it the old fashioned way.
    Did you get yours to work successfully?
    Yes, that's what we have currently setup. Works well when its working.



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