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    is this even possible mutiple PXEs?

    if u got a ris server and a terminal server both using pxe, is it possible for the computer to have a choice?
    at the moment the ris server is taking precedence.

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    You can tell the RIS server to only respond to certain clients. You do it from the Remote Install tab on the Computer account in Active Directory

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    Yes. Setup a PXE boot menu. You can do this with PXELINUX and it's menu system.

    PXELINUX - Syslinux Wiki
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    ok thx will give them a look tomorrow. going home now

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    we let students choose between thinclient windows (citrix), LTSP, PXE puppylinux or some sysadmin tools such as gparted or a dos boot disk using the tools Geoff has linked to. works rather well, but we don't have RIS.



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