It might be needed to have 1 machine running Windows and WD PXE to boot clients.
You can do this by the use of a virtual machine like Oracle VirtualBox. Other VM's might work as well, however Oracle Virtual Box is the easiest to setup and be used.
For this setup, you will need to have a machine, running Windows 10 Pro with 2 Ethernet connections, in this case a WiFi connection will work. As this is running in Windows OS there are more options with USB-Ethernet or USB-WiFi dongles.
In any way 1 LAN/RJ-45 port should be used for DHCP - PXE, the second one is for internet connection, which can be WiFi or over USB.
Install Oracle VirtualBox on your machine and download the WD PXE server. You can find more information below.
Make sure you've changed the wd-options.cfg file and added it to the ISO (You can use UltraISO for this). Save it in the Documents folder.
Once installed the Oracle software you can open the software and create a VM. Make sure this is done like this:
Name: Any name would work
Folder: Select the folder where you would like to save the VM
Version: Gentoo (64-bit)
VM drive type: VDI
VM drive type size: Dynamic
VM drive size: 4GB
Once created open the settings and make the following changes:
Left column - Storage - make sure the optical drive is set to the PXE ISO.
Left column - Network - Adapter 2 - check the box Enable Network Adapter
On this same setting it's now important to 'bridge' the virtual adapter to the right physical adapter.
To do so Click on Adapter 1 and make sure this is linked to the onboard NIC (LAN/RJ-45) that will be used as PXE port.
For Adapter 2, you can select the option NAT. For this you MUST connect the machine to WiFi to have the VM PXE consume the licenses over the internet.
Change the config file:
The VM is setup, if started it will load the PXE server. Make sure you have NOT started the VM. You can now change the wd-options.cfg and make changes in the ISO of the PXE server.
See this article how how to change the CFG file: http://support.global-emea.com/support/solutions/folders/48000618422
Please make sure you add the following option:
cloud-act-code=[add your code here]
There is no need to change any (static) IP for this to work. However if you add a saving location to the Windows Host a static IP is needed. If needed you can use the same server to store the reports at. This will be done in the Windows 10 Host. For this, make sure the LAN NIC gets a static IP and add the details to the wd-options.cfg or the PXE server.
On support.global-emea.com you can find more information on SQL, FTP and Samba.
Once the wd-options.cfg is changed, save it back to the PXE ISO and start the VM to boot this ISO.
It all should work.
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