Dell XPS 13 9360 PXE Boot with Type-C to Ethernet Adapter!

Configuring the Dell XPS 13 9360 to PXE boot over the network is the best way to deploy your Windows 10 image if you’re using MDT or SCCM as your primary deployment server. Creating multiple bootable flash drives to image a XPS 13 9360 is old school.

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5 thoughts on “Dell XPS 13 9360 PXE Boot with Type-C to Ethernet Adapter!

  1. I always forget the links I mention during the video 😂. I checked out B&H and it seems that the one I got; the price went up. Here is the link for the one I purchased and still using to deploy over the network with XPS 13 9360 ( There are others in the market for cheaper price, but so far this one just worked for me. Happy deploying guys!!

  2. Hi there! Thanks for this video!
    I hope you can help me as I am having problems getting the DELL Latitude 5300 to network boot. I am getting a message saying that a problem occurred while trying to obtain an ip address from the dhcp server.

    I hope to hear from you.

  3. I can't wait until 10 gigabit is the common standard. and those new usb 3.2 gen 2×2 comes integrated to devices

  4. Hey Bernard, Thanks for the video.
    If you don't want to place the Administrator password in Customsettings.ini, I would recommend you to create Roles with in MDT server and place the Administrator password over there.

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