I have been trying to get Snap Deploy 2.0 to work with several Dell Optiplex GX520's. I have managed to create a master image of one of the GX520's and have saved it to the server. But when I go to boot up from the CD or PXE to deploy the image the deploy agent doesn't get a DHCP assigned IP address. So I have to enter all the details manually. The weird thing is When I PXE boot, my NIC needs to get a DHCP assigned IP address in order to find the PXE server and run the Snap Deploy Agent (which of course it does). If my NIC card can get an IP I'm wondering why the Deploy Agent can't? All PC’s are networked on a large domain with internal DNS, DHCP, and WINS servers running and all are detected fine within windows. The thing is, last years Dell Optiplex GX280 works fine with Snap Deploy. It gets an IP address from the DHCP server and automatically recognises the Deploy servers IP address. So my natural conclusion is hardware support for this late model Dell. I have a Broadcom Tigon 3 Gigabit Card (but I have 50 PC's with them), and are a motherboard intergrated item like so many these days. The motherboard is a Foxconn LS-36. I realise that adding support for every card would be a huge undertaking so is there some way we can add drivers for the deploy agent? Anyone else having NIC card support problems? Any help would be much appreciated.