Hey Everyone!! I have been doing a lot of research and checking out the forums here a lot. I have been trying my best to get the PXE Server/Client working with Snap Deploy 2.0 across subnets. At first, I was receiving the "PXE-53 - NO BOOT FILE NAME RECEIVED", but I figured out I needed to change some settings on our Windows 2000 Server that is being used strictly for DHCP. (Note I did not need to make any changes on our router/switches as they already had helpers setup). On our DHCP server for the 10.1.7.x subnet scope I set option 66 to point to our Acronis Snap Deploy server that has the PXE Server component installed and configured. I then set option 67 to point to the "bootwiz.cfg" file thinking it would be sufficient at the time. After applying the settings I rebooted my test client machine and vola I received an IP address along with the DHCP server and default gateway info. However, after that point the client hangs and never receives the boot files from the PXE server. Naturally, I thought that I needed to point to a boot image rather than the cfg file. I tried changing option 67 again only this time I pointed it to the ramdisk.dat file. This time I got a little further, the TFTP server responded, but gave me an access violation error. I also tried pointing to the kernel.dat file but the same error occurred. So, I feel I am close to getting this working, but I'm a little unsure what file to point the DHCP server to. Is there a .bin file I need to point to or perhaps something else? Do I need to set any security permissions? To understand my setup a little further it is as follows: 1) Windows 2000 Server with DHCP setup and option 66/67 set for the 10.1.7.x scope. The server's IP Address is 10.1.0.88. (No software firewall) 2) Acronis server with PXE installed and configured with IP 10.1.0.18. (No software firewall) 3) The client workstation is receiving an IP from the DHCP server as 10.1.7.40, but does not receive the boot files from the PXE server via TFTP. Does anyone have any ideas at all? Thank you all in advance!!