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doestergaard

Simple GUI to deploy images.

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Im trying to build a small but effecient home deployment system with a tftp server, winpe and imagex. Until now im stuck after making PXE boot into winpe. I know you can do some scripting, but before I dive into it, I wanna know about what im looking for.

What I would really love is to get it like this:

http://capawiki.capasystems.com/display/cihelp/OS+Deployment+client+process

http://capawiki.capasystems.com/display/cihelp/OS+Deployment+client

What type of script will you say is used here? And is it possible to make it?

Thanks in advance!

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To do the booting you'll need a "server" of course. If you don't have a Windows Server, you can use Linux like PXELinux.

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Thanks for your answers. I've already setup a tftp and a share from which files should accessed. The only thing I'll need now is to simplify the process with a gui based interfaced like the one showned from my first post. Im aware of hta but it's not what I'm looking for in this particular case.

Thanks again

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