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  1. Use the filter option in DHCP server mmc
  2. Error message upon KMS installation

    You dont need to install anything in order to have the KMS service installed on s2k8 and/or s2k8r2 Just type you KMS key into slmgr slmgr -ipk xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx -ato It will automatically create the SRV record in DNS and everything Just dont forget to create a rule to allow TCP traffic in port 1688 in that server Anyway you can start the workstations rollout because you will have a 30 day grace period, but the KMS server implementation takes only a couple of minutes
  3. CDImage and WinISO

    I use nothing but UltraISO , a top level version of something linke WinISO, but only better
  4. For that you need to use WMI Get the WMI SDK and code a script in VB or whatever to manage that class ...
  5. bootfix.bin has to be removed from ISO
  6. Search better Do as I explained above. That quote was extracted from the English SP2 ref.chm file ...
  7. installing windows from hdd

    CD install reads from CD! Perform an Unattended Install through a network maped drive No CD will be required after boot, but you need WinPE or BartPE to boot the machine to be installed. It can be removed safely after 1st reboot
  8. In deploy.chm: Helpful command line tools > Diskpart commands (and diskpart scripting) In ref.chm , searching by keyword "disk.config" , I've came across this sample script: Example 1 The following example configures two physical hard disks, each 32 GB. The operating system is Windows XP Home Edition or another 32-bit edition of Windows. [DiskConfig] Disk1 = First.Config Disk2 = Data.Config [First.Config] Size1 = 30000 FileSystem1 = FAT32 SetActive1 = Yes PartitionType1 = Primary Size2 = * PartitionType2 = Extended Size3 = * PartitionType3 = Logical [Data.Config] Size1 = * FileSystem1 = NTFS Have fun
  9. Yes. All you have to do is to use diskpart to do the job, in the winnt.sif/unattend.txt, section [Disk.Config] Please read the setupmgr help file included in XP SP2 deploy tools