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[question] shared access toolkit


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http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/sharedaccess/default.mspx

Has anyone experimented with this yet? It'd be neat to do unattended installations for home and public avaliable users. Also, just another question, if we leave the unattended disc (lite nlite) blank of a cd key, and we enter in a perfectly legal one during the install; will that fail WGA validation checks for things like windows update, etc? I would figure not.

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I've used it a lot at work. It can be a pretty cool set of tools if you're trying to build a PC that the public is going to access.

Basically it's a set of HTAs and VBScripts that consolidate a whole series of policy settings. It's all scriptable and you can install and configure it automatically. In theory, the idea you have of keying in the CD key during install and then auto installing the toolkit should work, as long as you've installed the WGA component before installing the toolkit.

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