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Argon Client Management Services can be used to test the correct operation of th e Intel Boot Agent.

The file cms.exe is a contains a demonstration version of Argon Client Managemen t Services (TM). Double click on the file to start the install and specify where you would like the files to be installed. This software is provided under license from Argon as a convenience to our custo mers, and does not constitute an endorsement or support of the products referenc ed here. For any questions regarding the Argon software, go to <>. Linked sites are independent of Intel, and Intel does not warrant and cannot be responsible for their contents.

From the Argon Technology web site:Argon Client Management Services (TM) ===================================== Client Management Services (CMS) includes all the server-based services and admi nistration tools needed to setup an open network boot environment. You can deplo y your favorite third party client management tools in a pre-OS booting phase. F or example, you can check, backup, and restore critical files, perform virus sca ns, flash update a system BIOS, and more before the client PC boots from its loc al hard drive. CMS gives network administrators centralized control over whether client PCs devices receive any or all of their boot-up instructions from the ne twork. System administrators also gain significant advantage from the OS deployment cap abilities of CMS. Now they can rollout a new OS without having to visit client P Cs with an installation CD or boot disk, and then wait for the new OS to install . Instead, they can deploy Microsoft operating systems like Windows Me, 95, 98, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP from a central location. Highlights: Contains a Client Boot Disk creator to use with client PCs/laptops that are not PXE compliant. The Client Boot Disk executes the PXE startup process via a flop py diskette. Automated and unattended deployment of Windows XP, 2000, NT 4.0, 98, 95 and Me. Creates pre-OS network boot images to perform maintenance tasks on client PCs Compatible with the Wired for Management (WfM), Preboot Execution Environment (P XE) 2.1 network booting specification Works with PXE-compliant boot ROMs on client PCs Ability to issue Remote Wake Up commands to client PCs PXE Server services can run as native Windows NT 4.0, 2000, and XP system servic es Server applications can run as executables on Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000 and XP Allows creation of "menu boot files" that allow client PC users to select from a menu of boot options (e.g. different operating system deployments or client man agement tasks) at boot time. Menu boot files support Linux netboot images Simple, user-friendly application interface includes wizards that guide you thro ugh creating boot image files for OS deployment, pre-OS, and remote booting Quick and easy verification of network boot functionality with default OS-absent boot image