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Description Displays the list of operating system images on the RIS server that are available to a user who is logged on. If only one image is available for the user to install, that image is automatically selected and the user does not see this page. Displays a warning message that the hard disk will be formatted. The user is cautioned that an operating system will be installed on the computer, a process that requires the hard disk to be repartitioned and formatted, erasing all data currently on the disk. Displays information about the computer, including computer name, computer GUID, and the RIS server to be used for downloading the image. Pressing any key begins the installation process. At this point, the RIS server has created a computer account object in Active Directory for the computer and can look up the computer and its computer name and other settings if the computer is reinstalled. If you were running the Client Installation Wizard to prestage the computer for another user, you can now shut down the computer and return it to the end user. The end user must have reset password permissions on the newly created computer account object in Active Directory.
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Prompts the user for a computer name and the organizational unit (OU) in which to create the computer account.
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Using the Client Installation Wizard Typically, when a remote boot enabled client computer using RIS to install an operating system is turned on for the first time, the client computer contacts the boot server, and the user is prompted to press the F12 key on the keyboard of the client computer to initiate the download of the Client Installation Wizard (CIW). After the CIW is downloaded to the client computer, the Welcome page appears and the user is prompted to log on to the network with an existing user account, password, and logon domain. After the logon process is established, RIS checks to see what installation options the user has access to based on the Group Policy settings that are applied to the user. The CIW displays a menu with the appropriate installation options tailored to the specific user. RIS has been configured so that a user is not presented with installation options by default. The Automatic setup option is automatically chosen. Startrom.com and Startrom.n12 are two of the RIS boot files in the \RemoteInstall \OSChooser\i386 folder of the RIS hard disk partition on a RIS server. Startrom.com The default RIS boot file that can be sent in response to a client computer request to initiate the operating system installation procedure. If you use the default RIS boot file, the client computer prompts the user to press the F12 key to download the Client Installation Wizard (CIW).
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Startrom.n12 The alternate RIS boot file that you can rename and use to streamline the process of initiating the installation of the operating system. If the client computer has a new, clean hard disk and if it is configured to boot from the network, use this alternate RIS boot file. The RIS server automatically starts downloading the CIW to the client computer. The client computer does not prompt the user to press the F12 key. The \RemoteInstall\OSChooser\i386 folder is created and populated when you run Risetup.exe on a computer that is running Windows 2000 Server. The default Startrom.com file is the boot file that can be sent, in response to a client computer request, from a RIS server to a client computer. This default Startrom.com file prompts the user to press the F12 key to initiate the download of the CIW pages and to start the process of installing the operating system. If you are installing Windows XP Professional on a new client computer that has a clean hard disk, you can use the Startrom.n12 file instead of the default Startrom.com file on the RIS server to eliminate the need to press the F12 key from the client computer. To do this, perform the following tasks from the RIS server: 1. In the \RemoteInstall\OSChooser\i386 folder of the hard disk partition that is used for RIS installations, rename Startrom.com to Startrom.old, and then change the name of the Startrom.n12 file to Startrom.com. 2. Change the boot order of the client computer so that it starts from the hard disk first and from PXE second. The first time the client computer attempts to start from the hard disk, the boot process fails because the operating system is not yet installed on the hard disk. The client computer then starts from PXE without requiring a user to press the F12 key. After you successfully complete the operating system installation, subsequent restarts are performed by using the operating system that is now installed on the hard disk. It is necessary to perform step two in the preceding task because the client computer initiates a RIS installation on every restart if PXE is first in the boot order.
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