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windows pe

02/14/2007 5411 views
i have a pe iso image that we use to boot from a cd and i am trying to setup a wds pxe boot server. that server is install fine and will boot with a pe 2.0 wim image how can i get it to boot with the iso image or how can i convert that image?
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I'm not familiar with your PXE product, but I'm using Microsoft's RIS to boot WinPE from an ISO. It is very easy to set up. There is good documentation on Technet. I can locate a link if you like.

--Joel
Answered 02/14/2007 by: ashmite
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If you need to get your ISO back to WIM format...

From within your PE image, you can create a WIM of it using ximage. It is not included in PE by default, so if you didn't put it there you will need to get it from a network share ore removable media...

Assuming "S" were mapped to a network share where you wanted to place the WIM...

Imagex.exe /compress fast /capture C: S:\WinPE.wim "Updated Windows PE Image" /verify

This command will capture the C: drive, compress the image, name it WinPE.WIM (saving it to the network mapped drive) and name the catalog "Updated Windows PE Image" as well as verify the image during the capture process.
Answered 02/14/2007 by: bkelly
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