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There are obviously a number of things that can go wrong during the WDS test The most common problems: Not being able to do a PXE network boot Not being able to connect to the WDS server
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The first step is to be sure that the client computer can do a PXE network boot Most computers, especially computers used in business that have been produced in the last several years, have this capability If you are not sure, look in the BIOS (see Configure a PXE Bootable Client earlier in this chapter) for any mention of this You can also look at the documentation that came with the computer, or look at the manufacturer s web site for any information
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If you see an indication that a network boot is being attempted (you should see several lines of text that mention the version of PXE and both a MAC [media access control] address and GUID [Globally Unique Identifier] followed by DHCP and a series of dots), but you get a message No Boot Filename Received followed by a message that network booting is being terminated, then for some reason the server is not replying to the queries from the network boot ROM (read-only memory chip) This normally occurs because Active Directory, DNS, and DHCP are not installed or configured properly, or because the policies and permissions are getting in your way 6 talks in detail about setting up DNS and DHCP, as well as introducing policies and permissions, and 7 talks about Active Directory Overall, the tasks are these: Set up networking, making sure that TCP/IP is installed and that the DNS and DHCP server(s) have a fixed IP address Set up DNS and DHCP, making sure that DHCP is running on a domain controller, that it is authorized for the WDS server, and that a scope has been created covering the clients to be installed by WDS A correctly set up DHCP server should have the components shown here:
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Set up Active Directory such that the WDS server is a domain controller in the same domain in which the clients to be installed are members Review the policies and permissions for the WDS server and for the client(s), and make sure that nothing stands in the way of doing the remote installation Make sure the person logged on to do the WDS installation (you) has domain administrator privileges Make sure that the client and server can see each other and exchange files over the network
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Networking Windows Server 2008
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Windows Server 2008 Networking Environment
Microsoft Windows Server 2008: A Beginner s Guide
etworking is the single most important function within Windows Server 2008 It is its reason for being The ability to connect computers and allow them to share information and resources with a high degree of security and control is at the forefront of the push for improved productivity In line with that importance, this part devotes three chapters to networking 5 provides a comprehensive foundation on networking by describing the schemes, hardware, and protocols or standards that are used to make it function 6 describes how networking is set up and managed in Windows Server 2008 7 looks at how domains are used in Windows Server 2008 and the central role that Active Directory plays in managing networking
NETWORKING
Windows Server 2008 is a network operating system This allows the interconnection of multiple computers for the purpose of: Exchanging information, such as by sending a file from one computer to another Communicating, for example, by sending e-mail among network users Sharing information by having common files accessed by network users Sharing resources on the network, such as printers, backup devices, and a broadband Internet connection Providing a high degree of security and control for both data and its communication, and for the users of the network
Networking is important to almost every organization of two or more people who communicate and share information Exchanging information allows multiple people to easily work from and utilize the same data and prevents errors caused by not having the latest information E-mail communications facilitate the fast and easy coordination among people of current information, such as meeting arrangements Sharing information allows multiple people to update and maintain a large database Sharing resources allows an organization to purchase better (more capable and expensive) devices (for example, a color laser printer) than if they were to purchase one for each user Networking is a primary ingredient in the computer s contribution to improved productivity, and from the viewpoint of this book, networking is the single most important facility in Windows Server 2008 Networking is a system that includes the connection between computers that facilitates the transfer of information, as well as the scheme for controlling that transfer The scheme makes sure that the information is transferred correctly (to the correct recipient) and accurately (the data is exactly the same on both the receiving and sending ends) while many other transfers are occurring simultaneously To accomplish these objectives while other information is being transferred generally, a lot of other information there must be a standard way to correctly identify and address each transfer, and to stop one transfer while another is taking place A networking system then has these components:
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