I have a network where there are two workstations and a fileserver connected via a router. All run WinXP Professional sp2. The file server is configured to shut itself down at the end of each day, and has no keyboard, monitor, or mouse. I would also like for it to switch itself on at the start of each day. As I understand it, the "boot from LAN" option in BIOS is an option to boot the OS of another computer on the network (a ghost machine if you will). Is there any way that I can boot the fileserver over a network so that I can hide the box somewhere out of the way and it doesn't have to be manually booted each morning?