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rindi

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  1. I finally got it working! There was $OEM$ Folder in the Sources Folder of the Vista DVD. I deleted that folder and then the autounattend Floppy worked the whole way through!
  2. nLite allows you to install the "Documents and Settings" folder to some other location. I can't find anything similar in vLite which would do the same for the "Users" folder. Does anyone know if there are plans do accomplish this or is there some other way to get this done? Thanks for any info.
  3. I have this problem with making a Visat Automated installation with WAIK. I use a floppy and on that is the "Autounattend.xml" file. This file includes the following entries: <FolderLocations> <ProfilesDirectory>D:\Daten\Benutzer</ProfilesDirectory> </FolderLocations> When the installation starts, the disk gets properly formatted (Primary partition as C:, Extended partition with Logical drives D: and E:). But the entries of the above code doesn't seem to work. Also to me it looks as if the automated installation process only does what is in the first Pass (WindowsPE). The other passes either don't seem to run at all, or then they don't apply what is in the Autounattend file. Does anyone know what I'm doing wrong or how I can move the "Users" folder to another location? Thanks for any help.
  4. When I use that syntax, I end up with c:\program files (x86), c:\program files (x86) (x86), d:\program files (x86) and d:\program files
  5. I'm trying to get windows 2003 server x64 to install properly by supplying a winnt.sif file. With properly I mean that the program files just don't belong on the same partition as the OS is on. As this type od servre runs apps in 64bit and in 32bit modes, there are 2 program files locations, \Program Files\, And \Program Files (x86). This is the same with the x64 bit version of XP, so the winnt.sif files will be the same for either OS's. So I added the following entries into the file in the [unattended] section: ProgramFilesDir = "D:\Program Files" ProgramFilesDir(x86) = "D:\Program Files (x86)" CommonFilesDir = "D:\Program Files\Common Files" CommonFilesDir(x86) = "D:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files" After the installation I end up with the following directories: C:\Program Files (x86)\ not at all what I want! C:\Program Files (x86) (x86) even less than what I want, and where would 2 (x86)'s come from? D:\Program Files This at least is OK. D:\Program Files (x86) This is OK too. Does anyone know how I can get rid of the entries in C:\Program...... with using the winnt.sif file? Thanks for your help.


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