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    Netboot Disk & Server 2008

    Hi,

    Has anyone managed to get Netboot Disk to work with a member Server 2008 share? I don't have the error message to hand at the moment but i will post it tomorrow.

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    I have not tried from dos but I know that Windows 9x can't do it either. There is probably some configuration changes that you can make on the server to fix it, but I am not sure.

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    Anything past 2003 uses a form of file shareing that is more highly secured than the original dos and windows 9x clients can handle. This is the same kind of security that stops some of the NAS devices from working with these newer systems. The feature is called SMB signing and I'm not sure if you can turn it off in 2008 as it has not been supported for so long. Here is the info for 2003 servers though which may still apply:

    How to enable Windows 98/ME/NT clients to logon to Windows 2003 based Domains

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    Hi, did anyone manage to get this working? I tried to disable SMB2 with some reg edits but it didnt seem to work.

    Thanks

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    What are you using the boot disk for?

    Maybe time to look at a different method i.e wds 7 wdslinux?

    Ben

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    What are you using the boot disk for?

    Maybe time to look at a different method i.e wds 7 wdslinux?

    Ben
    I would like to use ghost, as WDS will not work with an iMac. I also have my generalized image in ghost format.

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    If you set up WDS and WDSLinux then you can boot anything including a ghost deployment image.

    Just means you have an easy way to add drivers to your boot image using mdt 2010.

    Ben

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