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How to accomplish Network Boot for HP Z240 Tower Workstation

HP Z240 Tower Workstation
Microsoft Windows 7 (64-bit)
I got one .gho file. I want to clone the gho to the other 20 HP Z240 Tower Workstations (let 's call them clients) I have set up a dhcp and tftp server for transferring that .gho. I powered on a client. Then pressed Esc and select Network Bootup. The client display message as follows: === Client IP 10.1.0.2 Mask:255.0.0.0 DHCP:10.1.0.1 PXE Menu Boot File v1.10 Transferring image file.... === Then the client keeps hanging at this message, as if it is not able to accept the image file. Why did this happen ? -- PS : I used the same dhcp-tftp server cloned another .gho to more than 30 Dell clients, the screen got into the ghost process-bar within 20s. So what should I do to solve the hanging problem with Z240 Tower Workstation -- Any suggestion would be appreciated.
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Hi

The boot sequence wants PXE first in the queue I believe.

 


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