Installing Windows 7 over PXE Network Boot Server on RHEL/CentOS 7 using WinPE ISO Image – Part 2

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85 Responses

  1. Evie zacky says:

    I would like to ask, after successfully configure linux in part 1 After that run on this step, the problem of windows installed Windows Automated Installation Kit it belong to? for sure in the previous step we just configure linux

  2. Ted says:

    What if i have an ISO file with both architectures 32 and 64 bits? is there a way to make one WinPE with that?

    • Matei Cezar says:

      No, I don’t think will work, after all you can’t run both architectures at the same time when you generate the PE image.

  3. Matei Cezar says:

    Check permissions on the share, reboot the system, verify or turn off windows firewall and antivirus, check credentials, make sure the client has enough memory.
    Try to use the command as shown here:
    net use K: \\IP_of_share\path_to_share /user: your_share_user your_share password

  4. John says:

    Hi, used win 10 PE image, trying to install server 2012 over pxe.
    net use command gives the error: 58 the specified server cannot perform the requested operation
    Any help would be appreciated.

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