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RIS is not installed on Windows 2000 Servers by default, but you can easily install it using Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel. To install RIS, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Settings Control Panel. 2. Double-click Add/Remove Programs and then click the Add/Remove Windows Components button. 3. In the Windows Components Wizard, click the Remote Installation Services check box, shown in Figure 15-7 and then click the Next button.
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Figure 15-7: Windows Components Wizard
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4. Windows 2000 installs RIS. Click the Finish button when prompted, and you will need to reboot the server.
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The RIS server must have a second volume available. RIS will not store its installation images on the boot volume or the volume containing your operating system. The volume must be large enough to hold RIS images. A typical RIS image (including applications) takes up about 500MB.
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Once you have installed RIS and rebooted the server, you will need to complete a few other actions to make RIS work. First, RIS servers must be authorized by the Active Directory to participate on the network. If you have installed and configured DHCP in an Active Directory environment, you have performed this operation
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before. The authorization process is a security feature designed to prevent unauthorized persons from installing and using unauthorized RIS servers in your environment. The odd thing about authorizing a RIS server is that it must be performed through DHCP. This action essentially authorizes the RIS server to use DHCP for RIS clients. To authorize the RIS server, follow these steps: 1. On a DHCP server, click Start Programs Administrative Tools DHCP. 2. Click Action Manage Authorized Servers. 3. In the Manage Authorized Servers window, click the Authorize button. Enter the name or IP address of the RIS server in the dialog box and click OK. Click Yes to the confirmation message that appears. 4. The RIS server now appears in the authorized servers list, shown in Figure 15-8. Click the Close button and then close DHCP Manager.
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Figure 15-8: Authorized RIS server
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Once the RIS server is authorized to participate on the network, you next need to access the RIS Setup Wizard to configure it. To set up the RIS server, follow these steps: 1. Click Start Run. Type risetup in the dialog box and click OK. 2. The RIS Setup Wizard appears. Click Next on the Welcome screen.
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Note the message on the Welcome screen telling you that a DHCP and DNS server must be available to complete setup. You will also need a Windows 2000 Professional installation CD-ROM or the location of a network share that holds the Professional setup files.
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3. The Remote Installation Folder Location window appears, as shown in Figure 15-9. Specify the location for the RIS folder by entering a path or using the Browse button to select one. Remember, your drive must not be the same drive as the system drive, must be formatted with Windows 2000 NTFS, and must contain enough disk space. Also note that the folder name should remain RemoteInstall. Click the Next button.
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Figure 15-9: RIS Installation Folder Location window
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4. In the Initial Settings window, you can choose either to respond immediately to client computer requests when setup is finished or not. By default, RIS does not respond to client computer service requests until you configure it to do so after setup. Make your selection and then click the Next button. 5. In the Source File Location window, enter the path to the Windows 2000 Professional image source files, such as your CD-ROM drive or a network share location. Click the Next button. 6. Enter a folder name for the folder to which the files will be copied. The default name is win2000.pro, but you can change it as desired. Click the Next button. 7. Enter a friendly description and any desired help text. Click the Next button. 8. Review your settings and then click the Finish button. The file copy process begins.
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