Thanks for trying to help, but I don't have any thin clients, and besides those still have to have some type of drive.
This one school I went to a while ago, you just hit the power button and it said something about booting from DHCP or whatever and it would take off and load Windows, and if you pulled out the ethernet cord, the whole thing would freeze, and if you plugged it back in it would start running again,
Sure enough, these computers had no drives in them. I know this is possible, somebody has
to know how to do this! Come on, smart people! lol