Windows 2000 RIS Prerequisites on Installation

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I need help on configuring RIS or the Remote Installation Service on a Windows 2000 server. How can I install Win 2000 remotely using RIS? And what are the prerequisites or the minimum requirements needed in installing. Please send me also an instruction on configuring RIS first.

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Windows 2000 RIS Prerequisites on Installation

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Remote Installation Server and Workstation Hardware Requirements:

 
For the Server Hardware:
 
  1. Pentium or Pentium II 200 MHz recommended (166 MHz minimum).
  2. 64 MB RAM minimum. (If DS, DHCP and DNS are installed, the minimum amount of RAM is 96 or 128 MB).
  3. 2 GB drive dedicated to the RIS directory tree.
  4. 10 or 100 Mbps network adapter card (100 mbps preferred).
 
For the Client Hardware:
 
  1. Pentium 166 MHz or greater NetPC client computer.
  2. 32 MB of RAM.
  3. 1.2 GB drive minimum.
  4. PXE DHCP-based boot ROM version .99c or greater or a network adapter supported by the RIS boot floppy.
 
To configure RIS:
 
  1. Click Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > Active Directory Users and Computers.
  2. Click Domain Controllers in the left pane.
  3. Right click HQ-RES-DC-01 in the right pane.
  4. Click Properties > Remote Install tab > Advanced Settings.
  5. Click the down arrow next to the “Generate client computer names using” drop down box and specify the desired user name parameters and directory service location and click Apply.
  6. Click the Images tab > Cancel (to make no changes).
  7. Click the Tools tab if you wish to view its options.
  8. After making the desired changes, close Active Directory snap-in.

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