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howto:msdhcp [2016/07/06 11:49]
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This will ensure that the iPXE image (''undionly.kpxe'') is handed out only when the DHCP request comes from a legacy PXE client.  Once iPXE has been loaded, the DHCP server will direct it to boot from ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%''.  (You should replace ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'' with whatever you want iPXE to boot from.) This will ensure that the iPXE image (''undionly.kpxe'') is handed out only when the DHCP request comes from a legacy PXE client.  Once iPXE has been loaded, the DHCP server will direct it to boot from ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%''.  (You should replace ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'' with whatever you want iPXE to boot from.)
 +===== Older Windows versions =====
- +If you are using Windows Server 2008, then you cannot create a policy as described above.  Instead, right-click on **Server Options** and choose **Configure Options**.  On the **Advanced** tab, select **iPXE** from the **User class** drop-down list.  Scroll down to option **067 Bootfile Name** and set it to ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'':
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-On the **Advanced** tab, select **iPXE** from the **User class** drop-down list.  Scroll down to option **067 Bootfile Name** and set it to ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'':+
{{ :screenshots:msdhcp_set_ipxe_filename.png?404x448 |Setting the boot filename for iPXE clients}} {{ :screenshots:msdhcp_set_ipxe_filename.png?404x448 |Setting the boot filename for iPXE clients}}
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{{ :screenshots:msdhcp_chainloading.png?619x277 |A working chainloading DHCP configuration}} {{ :screenshots:msdhcp_chainloading.png?619x277 |A working chainloading DHCP configuration}}
-This will ensure that the iPXE image (''undionly.kpxe'') is handed out only when the DHCP request comes from a legacy PXE client.  Once iPXE has been loaded, the DHCP server will direct it to boot from ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%''.  (You should replace ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'' with whatever you want iPXE to boot from.)+(You should replace ''%%http://my.web.server/real_boot_script.php%%'' with whatever you want iPXE to boot from.)
 
howto/msdhcp.txt · Last modified: 2016/07/06 11:53 by mcb30
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