Once logged in you will want to create a new spreadsheet document, you will be immediately taken to a spreadsheet interface.Lets start off by creating some column field names on row #1: In this next example, I’ve added an additional column to the spreadsheet (id).They posted their working solution here: WDS server and DHCP server on two different servers: Predefined Option 43 – 010400000000FF Custom-made Option 60 – String – PXEClient Predefined Option 66 – IP or Hostname of the WDS Server (in our case 10.150.150.1) Predefined Option 67 – boot\x86\One more thing to keep an eye on are open ports that need to be open to the WDS server: UDP – 67, 68, 69, 4011 TCP – 135, 137, 138, 139, 5040These settings worked perfectly.I was able to PXE boot any client in my environment regardless of location.Using Google Docs gives you and your clients a quick and easy interface to interact with form data.First you should login to Google Docs using your existing Google account.Any node loading the TCP/IP protocol has a routing table.
For remote networks, the Next Hop field is the IP address of a local router in between the forwarding node and the remote network. Host routes allow routing to occur on a per-IP address basis.
There turned out to be two ways of accomplishing this goal: My initial reaction was that the DHCP options seemed preferable.
I could make one centralized change that would enable PXE booting throughout the environment. Note that this only applies if DHCP is on the same server as Windows Deployment Services.
The id column is used as a unique identifier in order to be able to update the row at a later point; you can use any column as the identifier, such as the email column.
use Worksheet("wks2"); // important: // adding a leading alpha char prevents errors, there are issues // when trying to lookup an identifier in a column where the // value starts with both alpha and numeric characters, using a // leading alpha character causes the column and its values to be // seen as a strictly a strings/text $id = "z" .