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TFTP/PXE Booting

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#1 cyberdunks


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 09:07 PM

I do a lot of inhome troubleshooting.   One thing most people never have is reinstall discs for their computers.   I have ISOs for most of the current versions of Windows 7,8,8.1, and 10 home and pros for each version except 7.     I have figured out that I can configure my Synology NAS as a TFTP boot device and I have figured out how to setup the basic menus.   My question is basically:   Where do I go from here?


I know I need to extract the install files for each version of the OSs to install.    Also it would be nice if I could do the same with Linux distros as well (especially live CDs).  


I know this isn't a novice topic for my first post, but this is where I am stumped.   

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