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Hi everyone,

I've invited to another Google+ Hangout On Air (this time it will be recorded and streamed live on YouTube).

This time the topic is how we can grow the network booting community.

I hope you can find some time to attend.

Place: https://plus.google.com/events/ci8f278qp...asrnec1k28
Date: Sunday April 7th 2013
Time: 16:00 UTC, 17:00 GMT, 18:00 CET, 9AM PST
You can watch the recording of the entire session here: http://youtu.be/iQn6qqb6EIU

If you can, please help out in making http://networkboot.org/ better.
couldn't make the hangout, and I'm about to be mostly offline for the next fee weeks, but a few notes from watching the video

Windows Server 2008 storage server includes an iSCSI target, the iSCSI target was also released for 200r2 http://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/download/...x?id=19867

I currently use the 2012 iSCSI server, it works reasonably well, I could not get iPXE to work with Starwind. I also tried LIO http://linux-iscsi.org/wiki/Main_Page but was also unsuccessful

I use the Windows Server 2003 tftp server (tftpd.exe) running as a service under 2008r2, but for running on Win7, tftpd32 is probably a better solution, however if you're running on Win7 you also need a DHCP server that can be used to "break out", a howto on doing this with tftpd32 would be great if anyone knows...
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