I'm using the trial download of Snap Deploy. I have a DHCP server running on a Windows 2003 system along with Snap Deploy and all the other included apps. This is an isolated mini test network consisting of the Win2k3 system and another bare metal system of the exact same hardware configuration. Only DHCP and no other services are running on the Win2003 system. The IP settings for this system are: IP: 192.168.13.1 Subnet: 255.255.255.0 DNS: N/A Gateway: N/A I am able to boot the other system via PXE into the Acronis software where it shows me the DHCP received information from the Win2003 system, but it just sits at that point and goes nowhere. It says on the Management Console "Sesson: Default Joint Client: 192.168.13.2" which is the correctly assigned client that is receiving DHCP. Do I have to have DNS and a Gateway set to use PXE to deploy an image? That's the only thing holding me back at this point. Thanks, Bryce PS: Another question. I have about 350 systems that I may be deploying images to of various hardware configurations. Will I need to buy a Universal Deploy license for each of these systems along with the Snap Deploy license I already intend to buy?