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Remote Installation

Remote Installation

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Step-by-Step Guide to Remote OS Installation
One of the most challenging and costly functionsperformed by IT staff today is deploying a newoperating system to client computers on a network.The Windows® 2000 operating system Remote OSInstallation feature was created to meet this need todeploy an operating system throughout an enterprisenetwork without having to physically attend to eachclient computer. The Remote Installation Services(RIS) takes advantage of the new Dynamic HostConfiguration Protocol (DHCP)-based remote boottechnology to assist IT staff with deploying Windows2000 Professional remotely—reducing and, in somecases, eliminating the need to visit the desktop. Thisdocument outlines the steps necessary to install,configure, and use RIS.
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Remote Installation Services (RIS) ships as part of the Windows® 2000 Server operating system. Thisdocument outlines the steps necessary to install,configure, and use RIS.RIS was designed to reduce the costs incurred bypre-installing or physically visiting each clientcomputer to install the operating system (OS). Bycombining RIS with other Windows 2000IntelliMirror™ management technologies features—User Data Management, Software Installation and
Maintenance, and User Settings Management—companies benefit from better disaster recovery witheasier OS and application management.
See Appendix A below to ensure that both yourserver and client hardware meet the remoteinstallation hardware requirements.The drive on the server where you choose to installRIS must be formatted with the NTFS file system.RIS requires a significant amount of disk space andcannot be installed on the same drive or partition onwhich Windows 2000 Server is installed. Ensure thatthe chosen drive contains enough free disk space forat least one full Windows 2000 Professional compactdisc—a minimum of approximately 800 megabytes(MB)–1 gigabyte (GB).RIS requires several other services that also ship aspart of Windows 2000 Server. These services can beinstalled on individual servers, or all on a singleserver, depending on your network design:
Domain Name Service (DNS) Server
.Remote installation relies on DNS for locating

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