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Creating an image or unattended for Multi PC's


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is it possible, to make one cd \ dvd \ image, to include all of the software + options + drivers + whatever i need , that would work on serval pc's ?

i.e to use a certian driver for a certian pc (considering i have all the drivers in hand).

is it possible ?

and if so ...

how ?! :)

at the moment i use 8 diffrent Images, would be great to make them one.

thanks in advance !

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thanks for the quick answer,

so i can just make an unattended dvd, that includes all the drivers, and all the software n stuff i want,

if so, can i somehow slipstream a Certificate & DOMAIN ?

or i have to build it off .cmd \ vbs files?

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What do you mean by that?

A standard Windows CD loads on different PC..

You mean, you want to have all drivers, or have one unattended disc with serials for all the computers you use?

Then PowerPacker should be enough.

You might also want to use nLite.

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no no no :)

i need a GHOST IMAGE, of an installed pc, with all the drivers and all the software and settings we need on our network.

but i have 8 of thouse, for diffrent models, i want one, so i can update it, and not have to do it 8 times..

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no no no :)

i need a GHOST IMAGE, of an installed pc, with all the drivers and all the software and settings we need on our network.

but i have 8 of thouse, for diffrent models, i want one, so i can update it, and not have to do it 8 times..

1. Download DriverPacks

2. Integrate it with windows disc

3. Install Windows from the disc

4. Make ghost image

Hope it helps....

Hope it works:D

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For XP and Win2k3 you may prepare one universal image with all needed programs installed and deploy it on any computer (different HAL types and all kind of hard disk controllers) with OfflineSysPrep.

You may also add all kind of other drivers to the system before creating image. For example, place them all in on folder Drivers on C:

All registrations can be done during mini-setup and after it (for programs).

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  • 2 weeks later...

This might a stupid question but I'm new to sysprep.

What version of Windows XP(VLK or the one that customer buys) should I use to create a standard image?

I'm trying to create standard image the will be deployed on customers machines?

Thank you,

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