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Hi everyone, the OS Deployment PM team has posted another great blog about PXE Setup and Boot Image Management. Here is an excerpt from their intro.
“In a previous post, I talked a little about the changes to the distribution point and integration of PXE services. In this post I want to go into some more details and the setup and management of PXE service starting in Configuration Manager 2012 Beta 2.
Initial Setup of PXE services: As I mentioned in my last post, PXE is no longer a site role. So enabling PXE is no longer completed through the Create Roles wizard and selecting PXE Service Point. The setup of the PXE service point ………………” read the rest here.
Additional Configuration Manager 2012 Information:
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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