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Figure E-4: Initial Settings options
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Figure E-5: Insert a friendly name and help text.
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8. A Review Settings window appears. Check your selections and then click Next. The RIS server begins copying the files, as shown in Figure E-6. Click the Done button when setup completes.
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Depending on the requirements of your environment, you may need several different images. For example, the marketing department may need a specific image that automatically installs a number of applications used by its employees. Likewise, the accounting department may need a completely different configuration. Keep in mind that you can store as many images for which you have storage space, and SIS helps keep those storage sizes to a minimum. With several images, you should use image titles and help texts that are as descriptive as possible. This action helps other IT professionals determine which image should be used for a particular need. You will find help text that describes the application or configuration features of an image to be very useful.
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In order to begin a Windows 2000 Professional client installation automatically, a client computer must be able to contact the RIS server so that installation can begin. This contact is one area where RIS falls short at the moment because clients must meet some very restrictive requirements in order to communicate with the RIS server, and those requirements leave many network client computers out of the RIS picture. If you are purchasing new client hardware, you can use these requirements to make certain the hardware supports RIS. However, if you are using existing hardware, you ll find that many of your client computers cannot use RIS without upgrading their network adapter card (which may not be too practical in a wide deployment scenario). There are two different ways client computers can contact the RIS server. First, any computer that has a Preboot Execution (PXE) ROM network adapter card can contact the RIS server. With a PXE ROM, a client computer can be started, and the PXE ROM will display a message asking if you want to start the computer from the network. After choosing to do so, the PXE ROM will obtain an IP address from the DHCP server, and then it will contact the DNS server to locate the RIS server. Once the RIS server is found, then RIS can begin the installation of the desired Windows 2000 Professional image. Before beginning the installation, the RIS server contacts the Active Directory using Boot Information Negotiation Layer (BINL) to see if the client is a known client in the Active Directory, which is a computer client that has a computer object in the Active Directory, and if installation can occur. If the client is a known client, then RIS begins the installation. All of this occurs without any input from an administrator.
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Personal computers that conform to the PC98 specification have the PXE capability.
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This is all great, of course, but what happens if your client computers do not support PXE In this case, Windows 2000 includes a RIS PXE boot emulator disk creator. This feature enables you to create a boot disk to boot nonPXE clients so they can contact the RIS server using the boot disk. However, things are not as simple as they seem. The boot disk works only on clients that have certain network adapters installed. Not just any network adapter will do, and all of the network adapters supported are PCI, leaving out most laptop computers. There s hope that more network adapter cards will be supported in the not too distant future, but right now only the following network adapters are supported: 3Com 3c900B-Combo 3Com 3c900B-FL 3Com 3c900B-TPC
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3Com 3c900B-TPO 3Com 3c900-Combo 3Com 3c900-TPO 3Com 3c905B-Combo 3Com 3c905B-FX 3Com 3c905B-TX 3Com 3c905C-TX 3Com 3c905-T4 3Com 3c905-TX AMD PCnet Adapters Compaq NetFlex 100 Compaq NetFlex 110 Compaq NetFlex 3 DEC DE450 DEC DE500 HP DeskDirect 10/100 TX Intel Pro 10+ Intel Pro 100+ Intel Pro 100B SMC 8432 SMC 9332 SMC 9432 So, if the network adapter card in the client computer is not PXE compliant or if one of these network adapter cards is not installed, you re simply out of luck (unless you want to start installing new network adapter cards). If, however, you do use one of the supported network adapter cards, then you can make the PXE boot disk. Just follow these steps: 1. On the RIS server, right-click My Computer and choose Explore. 2. Locate the volume that contains the RIS folder and then navigate to the Remoteinstall\Admin\I386 directory. You see a utility called RBFG.EXE, as shown in Figure E-7.
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