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  1. I am creating Unattended Cds for Installing WIN XP SP2. I am using the ultimate How-To Guide, Unattended Installation and I have run into another snag. First of all am I doing this part right? I place all of my service packs into the \i386\svcpack. (With the appropriate switches according to the guide.) Then add the appropriate entries the SVCPACK.INF file which is also placed into the \i386 folder. I delete the SVCPACK.IN_ file and that’s it. Is that part Correct? Now what I want to do is install Internet Explorer7 and Media Player 11 and then install only the updates which are still current after those upgrades. I tried to do this with the SVCPACK.INF and SVCPACK folder but it did not work. I think it is because even though you can select a \passive install with IE7 and MP11 they both still require a reboot in order to be active and then they both have to “Validate”. I can’t install the hot fixes until they are both installed. How can I do this, is there another way to run IE7 and MP11?
  2. I want to do an XP unattended installation and Do NOT want movie maker to install. anyone know how to do that? can i just add a line to the Winnt.sif fiel under [components] to say "moviemaker=no"?
  3. I have been reading The Definitive How-To Guide Unattended windows installation. the guide seams to mostly deal with a CD install. I want to create a installation that runs form a shared folder on a network server or PC. The network i am building this for is currently still running Windows NT, they dont have plans to upgrade to windows 2003 server till next year. SO, i dont think i can use RIS, Or can I? Mostly what i need to know is this, is there a guide somewhere i can use to set up windows xp to install from a network share? if not, can someone please tell me how you are doing it? thanks for you help.
  4. Ok, Here is another Question. I want to do an XP unattended installation and Do NOT want movie maker to install. anyone know how to do that? can i just add a line to the Winnt.sif fiel under [components] to say "moviemaker=no"?


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