What Is PXE?

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PXE is an acronym that may stand for Preboot eXecution Environment which is an environment in booting computers using a network interface that is independent of data storage devices or installed operating systems. The acronym may also refer to Pseudoxanthoma elasticum, Peer exchange and other phrases.
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PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment) is a method for diskless booting over a network. Using PXE, a computer without a hard drive can boot into an operating system. PXE is also used
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