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We have a corporate system installing XP on our computers via PXE. This is the only way at the moment to install new Windows clients (on our network). I would like to be able to install XP this way on my new macbook (and Mac Mini) to be able to run the corporate applications that we use. Do you think that is possible with this solution or do I need to find something else?

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We have a corporate system installing XP on our computers via PXE. This is the only way at the moment to install new Windows clients (on our network). I would like to be able to install XP this way on my new macbook (and Mac Mini) to be able to run the corporate applications that we use. Do you think that is possible with this solution or do I need to find something else?


I have been wondering the same thing for a few days now.....My guess is that without a BIOS to support PXE that it's not going to work now....Apple does have something that they call NETBOOT.....





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