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    Virender Singh Rawat commented  · 

    Server core installations
    The server core installation of the following server OS versions are supported for use as a distribution point:

    Windows Server 2019 (starting in Configuration Manager, version 1810)
    Windows Server, version 1809 (starting in Configuration Manager, version 1810)
    Windows Server, version 1803 (starting in Configuration Manager, version 1802)
    Windows Server, version 1709 (starting in Configuration Manager, version 1710)
    Windows Server 2016
    Windows Server 2012 R2
    Windows Server 2012
    This support has the following limitation:

    Distribution points on this OS don't support PXE or multicast with the default Windows Deployment Services. Starting in version 1806, you can PXE-enable a distribution point on this OS with the option to Enable a PXE responder without Windows Deployment Service. For more information, see Install and configure distribution points.

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