Remote Installation Service
Enable RIS Server
Configure Remote Installation
Client Installation Options
Remote Install Services
Associate Answer File
Restrict Image Selected
Windows Disaster Protection
Fault Tolerant Volumes
Failed Mirror Volume
Using Backup Utility
Configuring RIS Server - Exercise
Problem Solver: Configuring RIS
Configure a RIS server.
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You have been asked to set up a remote installation routine for your company. Your boss wants you to come up with a quick and seamless approach to installing Windows Server. The members servers and domain controllers for the company are Windows 2000 Advanced Server computers.
You ask the senior network administrator at the company what might be the best way to approach the installation of these 400 computers. He tells you that you should use the Remote Installation Services program in Windows 2000 to automate the installation task. Since he's your senior administrator, you decide he must know what he's talking about. When you start to setup the Remote Installation Server, you notice there's a problem with your senior administrator's plan.
What is the problem with your senior network administrator's approach, and how would you fix it?
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