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Can i use variables like %CDROM%, %Systemdrive%, %Windir% at the unattended intall process and in the autounattended.xml ?

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I just can tell you that it's possible to use predefined system enviroment variables. I can't tell you if they are all the same like in XP.

Martin

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%systemdrive% and %WinDir% will work, I think. But I don't know if %cdrom% works. That would be awesome.

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You'll get a list of predefined system enviroment variables, if you run cmd.exe under Vista and type SET.

Seems to be the same like in XP. Other locations partly but same variables.

%CDROM% is NOT a predefined system enviroment variable. But it is NOT predefined system enviroment variable under XP, too. But you should be able to set it with SET-Command.

To run batch-files during Vista-Setup you need to start it through a synchronous command. You can insert such a command to your answer file, if you choose Synchronous Command form Insert menu in WAIK.

Martin

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