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    Disable WDS for a short time

    Anyone know hot to disable windows deployment services (legacy) for a short amount of time I.E turn off and back on again later.

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    Rich

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    should just be able to disable the service or if its not running on a dhcp server remove the options in the dchp (posibly 63)

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    Open the "Windows Deployment Services" msc (located at "%SystemRoot%\system32\WdsMgmt.msc" if youve lost your desktop shortcut)
    Expand the "Servers" node.
    Right Click on your domain (should be green), All Tasks, then Stop

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