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After the boot process begins, the Client Installation Wizard (CIW) pages are downloaded to the client computer and the installation begins. When the CIW runs, the user at the client computer must log on to the domain. At this point, the user can select an image to install.
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To deploy Windows XP images from Windows 2000 RIS Servers, you must install the Windows 2000 Remote Installation Services update. For more information about the Windows 2000 Remote Installation Services update, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources. Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base using the keywords Risetup.exe, RIS Servers, and Windows XP Images. Note that this update is not required if you are using Windows Server 2003 RIS. In addition, consider the following before you design a RIS deployment:
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RIS server. A RIS server is a computer running Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003, containing a hard disk with at least two partitions, that has been configured with the Remote Installation Services Setup Wizard (Risetup.exe) to install and run the following services:
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Boot Information Negotiation Layer (BINL) service in Windows 2000 Server Trivial File Transfer Protocol Daemon (TFTPD) Single Instance Storage Groveler
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The Single Instance Storage (SIS) filter driver is also installed.
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Remote Installation client. The remote installation client computer can be a new personal computer that has a PXE-enabled network adapter, or an older personal computer (for example, computers built prior to the PC98/99 design specification) that can install Windows XP Professional using a remote boot disk to emulate PXE for the network adapter.
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Active Directory is a requirement for RIS. RIS Setup sends a query to make sure Active Directory is running. If Active Directory is not detected on the network, RIS Setup does not continue.
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Active Directory. Networking considerations.
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Consider the following factors when you are designing
your RIS deployment:
The RIS server does not have to be the domain controller for the domain.
You must have DNS and DHCP servers available to service the RIS client computers on the network. The servers that are running DNS and DHCP do not have to be members of the same domain as the RIS server. You do not have to use Microsoft DNS and DHCP services.
Part I:
Deployment
Table 2-17 describes the major RIS components and the users who work with each component.
Table 2-17 RIS Components, Descriptions, and Intended Users Component Remote Installation Services Setup (Risetup.exe) Remote Installation Services Administrator Remote Installation Preparation tool (Riprep.exe) Description Sets up the RIS server. This component is not available in Windows XP Professional. Configures Group Policy settings relating to RIS. This component is not available in Windows XP Professional. Creates operating system images, and installs them on the RIS server. You can also use Riprep.exe to create application images to install applications with the operating system. Client computers using PXE boot ROMs or a Remote Boot Floppy Generator (RBFG) floppy disk can then download the image. Because the client computer initiates the download, starting from the Text-mode portion of Setup, Riprep allows for differences in hardware among client computers (such as the boot device). Creates the Remote Installation Services bootable floppy disk that is required to install RIS-based operating systems on client computers that do not have a PXE-enabled boot ROM. Selects the RIS image that the user must install. This wizard is used on the client computer. User System administrator
System administrator
Desktop administrator
Remote Boot Floppy Generator (Rbfg.exe)
End user
Client Installation Wizard (Oschooser.exe)
End user with rights to create computer objects in the domain
Warning
To deploy Windows XP Professional Riprep-based images from Windows 2000 RIS Servers, you must install the Remote Installation Preparation tool update. For more information about the Remote Installation Preparation tool update, see the Microsoft Knowledge Base link on the Web Resources page at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/reskits/webresources. Search the Microsoft Knowledge Base using the keywords Riprep.exe, Setupcl.exe, Imirror.dll, and Windows XP Images. Note that this update is not required if you use Windows Server 2003 RIS.
The following sections discuss planning for RIS from a client perspective and explain how to use the Remote Installation Preparation tool and the Remote Installation Services boot disk. RIS enables the administrator to configure Windows XP Professional and any applications for a single group of users, and then to apply this configuration when installing the operating system on client computers. For users, the result is a simplified and timely installation and configuration of their computer and a more rapid return to productivity if a hardware failure occurs.
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