When we first started using Windows Deployment Services (WDS) it was installed as a test on our backup server. It came to the point where we wanted to put it on a more permanent server with some built in hardware redundancy. Luckily this was easy to do.
In the following example I migrated WDS from a Windows 2003 R2 x64 server to a Windows 2003 R2 x86 server
Step 1 – Install WDS
- On the new server open the Add/Remove programs control panel (appwiz.cpl)
- Click the Add/Remove Windows Components button to open the “Windows Component Wizard”
- Scroll down the list and tick the “Windows Deployment Services” box
- After the wizard is completed, set up the WDS as you did on the old server. Make sure you untick the box to “add images” at the end of the wizard.
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