1. Select your server in the Windows Deployment Services console and launch the Configuration Wizard.
2. Specify a location to store images.
3. If the DHCP server role is co-hosted on the Windows Deployment Services server, you must:
a. Prevent the PXE server from listening on UDP port 67; this port is used by DHCP
b. Configure DHCP option 60 to PXEClient; this enables the PXE client to locate the WDS server port.
4. Determine how you want the PXE Server to respond to clients:
a. The default is that the PXE Server does not respond to any clients; this is useful when you are initiallhy configuring Windows Deployment Services.
b. Alternatively, you can choose to configure the PXE server to:
i. Respond to known client computers;these are computers that you have pre-staged.
ii. Respond to all clinet computer, whether you have prestaged them or not; if you select this option, you can additionally define that administrator approval is required for unknown computers. While awaiting approval, client computers are held in a pending queue.