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One of the most challenging and costly functions performed by IT staff today is deploying a new operating system to client computers on a network.

The Windows® 2000 operating system Remote OS Installation feature was created to meet this need to deploy an operating system throughout an enterprise network without having to physically attend to each client computer.

One of the most challenging and costly functions performed by IT staff today is the deployment of a new operating system to client computers.

The Remote OS Installation feature uses the new PXE-based remote boot technology to assist IT staff with the deployment of Windows 2000 Professional in a remote way, thus reducing IT support overhead in bringing new computers online, and in reinstalling operating systems in the field.

RIS was designed to reduce the costs incurred by pre-installing or physically visiting each client computer to install the operating system (OS).Periodically, new software updates are released that are applicable to the operating system in your operating system image.You can apply applicable software updates to an image on a specified schedule.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. In previous posts we have discussed changes to PXE and the Distribution Point, as well as new ways to manage and monitor content in your Configuration Manager environment.This update includes the following improvements: Note: The update is now globally available to all customers.

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