PXE is short for Preboot eXecution Environment. PXE boot Windows can help network administrators to reduce their daily workload by allowing troubleshooting and installations over network.1
From the Oracle Help Center: “One of the key requirements of provisioning is the hardware server's ability to boot over the network instead of a diskette or CD-ROM. PXE is an open industry standard supported by a number of hardware and software vendors. PXE is part of the "Wired for Management" (WfM) specification, which is part of a bigger PC98 specification defined by Intel and Microsoft in 1998.”2
Set up PXE Boot in HoverCam Pilot BIOS
- Restart the computer. Press F11 as it restarts. The BIOS widow opens. Select ENTER SETUP.
On the setup screen, use the right arrow button on the keyboard to go the ADVANCED tab. On the Advanced tab, use the down arrow button to highlight CSM CONFIGURATION. Press the ENTER key on the keyboard.
- On the CSM Configuration screen, use the down arrow to highlight LAUNCH PXE OPROM POLICY. Press the ENTER key.
- In the PXE option, use the down arrow to highlight LEGACY. Press the ENTER key.
- Press the F10 to Save. Use the arrow key to select YES. Press the ENTER key.
- The computer will restart. If F11 is pressed during startup, the BIOS window will open and display the PXE boot option.