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Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4: A Powerful and Portable PXE Server Solution




If you are looking for a fast and easy way to set up a network boot or install server, you might want to check out Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4. Serva is a lightweight and portable application that bundles all the necessary server protocols and services for PXE network booting and installation of various operating systems. Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 is the 64-bit version of Serva for Windows, which offers more features and benefits than the free Serva Community edition.


What is Serva?




Serva is an automated PXE server solution accelerator that can run on any Windows machine from Windows XP to Windows 10. It does not require installation, internet connection, or registry keys. You can simply download the executable file and run it from any folder. Serva can also be run from a USB flash drive or a CD-ROM, making it very portable and convenient.


Download Zip: https://t.co/WX68jmPtZH


Serva supports various server protocols and services, such as HTTP, FTP, TFTP, DHCP, proxyDHCP, BINL, DNS, SNTP, and SYSLOG. It can deliver Windows and non-Windows resources to PXE clients over the network. It can also act as a proxyDHCP server, which means that it can provide PXE services without altering your existing DHCP server configuration.


Serva can handle complex PXE scenarios, such as unattended installs, Windows PE booting, or single-menu multi-repository integration. It can also serve as a RIS (Remote Installation Services) and WDS (Windows Deployment Services) alternative, without requiring Microsoft WAIK (Windows Automated Installation Kit) or ADK (Assessment and Deployment Kit).


What is Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4?




Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 is the latest version of Serva for 64-bit Windows systems. It is a paid edition that offers more features and benefits than the free Serva Community edition. Some of the advantages of Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 are:



  • It allows commercial use of Serva.



  • It removes the splash screen and the time limit of the PXE/BINL services.



  • It increases the maximum number of PXE clients from 2 to 50.



  • It enables Windows PE booting support and recursive injection of arbitrary files.



  • It enables ServaPeNet Task Sequence Manager (TSM), which allows you to create custom tasks and scripts for Windows PE booting.



  • It enables unattended install support for Microsoft operating systems.



  • It enables install of OEM components for Microsoft operating systems.



  • It allows unlimited number of entries in the PXE/BINL menu for all architectures.



  • It supports Boot Manager Mode 3, which enables Secure Boot and ARM UEFI booting.



  • It allows custom edition and background of the PXE/BINL menu.




The cost of Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 is $84.00 per year for a civilian internet validated license. You can also purchase a military node lock license, which does not require internet connection but is limited to one machine. You can download Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 from [here].


How to use Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4?




To use Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4, you need to follow these steps:



  • Download the zip file from [here] and extract it to any folder.



  • Run Serva64.exe as administrator.



  • Enter your license key when prompted.



  • Select the settings tab and configure the server parameters according to your needs. You can also use the default settings if you are not sure what to change.



  • Select the DHCP tab and enable proxyDHCP if you want Serva to provide PXE services without altering your existing DHCP server. Otherwise, disable proxyDHCP and configure your DHCP server to point to Serva as the next-server and boot-file.



  • Select the TFTP tab and enable TFTP server. You can also change the root directory and the timeout settings if you want.



  • Select the BINL tab and enable BINL server. This is required for Windows network booting and installation.



  • Select the PXE tab and enable PXE service. You can also customize the menu options, background, and logo if you want.



  • Select the Asset Manager tab and add the network boot or install assets that you want to serve to PXE clients. You can use the Serva Asset.inf files that are included in the zip file or create your own. You can also use the Serva Download button to download ready-made assets from the internet.



  • Select the Start/Stop tab and start the server.




Now you can boot any PXE client from the network and select the desired option from the Serva menu. You can also use ServaPeNet TSM to create custom tasks and scripts for Windows PE booting. For more details, you can read the Serva application notes [here].


Conclusion




Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4 is a powerful and portable PXE server solution that can help you set up a network boot or install server in minutes. It supports various server protocols and services, and can handle complex PXE scenarios. It also offers more features and benefits than the free Serva Community edition. If you are interested in Serva Supporter X64 V2 1 4, you can download it from [here] and try it for yourself.


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