Topic: PXE Booting ISO via grub4dos, no Y: drive????  (Read 137 times)

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PXE Booting ISO via grub4dos, no Y: drive????
« on: May 04, 2017, 11:38:33 AM »

sirjaymz

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So I am able to boot a ISO WinPESE file via PXE, however, when the diskless client system boots up, it does not have a y: mapped.

I have used the PXE Support Plugin, to remap the Y drive from the network, however, it does not seem to mount the ISO image into a usable directory structure on the client machine. I see the list of ISO files that are on the PXE server, but i am not able to read the Program Files that are build into the ISO that was booted from.

I have rebuilt multiple ISO's with some success. I am able to write them to USB/CD's and boot, and run as expected.

What am I missing on this by booting from PXE.

Is there a step by step tutorial on what is needed to boot the ISO image? such as the grub4dos settings, the ISO file location?

I have followed these instructions ,
newbielink:http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/search?q=cache:34UFbVo0-P8J:reboot.pro/topic/10683-winbuilder-win7pe-boot-from-tftp/+&cd=5&hl=en&ct=clnk&gl=us [nonactive]

along with other instructions found online, but with no success.

please help

 

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