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Vista unattended Guide

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If you place $oem$\$1 in the root of the install dvd everytheng inside $1 is copied to the root of

the system partition same as in XP. Place a folder called 'install"

with your applications and other commands inside $1 along with install.cmd.

The only cach is it won't work unless you select the option to "use configuration set" from WSIM.

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Just to let you Know if you have WSIM open, put the share folders in the root of the DVD before selecting "use confitguration set" or it will error.

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What do you mean ? .. BTW if you have MSN min is : george.lucas.1971@gmail.com

We could talk better there ... Plz It's urgent I know ..

10x..

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Has anyone here successfully implemented the instructions for integrating drivers into their image? I can't seem to get it to work. I always get an error that Vista cannot locate the boot-critical drivers. I did manage to get the basic answer file to work though.

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Can anyone post a working link to the correct download of Business Desktop Deployment Tools 2007 (BDD 2007).

Please and thank you. :hello:

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because the Guide instructs so!!!!

We insert a second Synchronous Command to Pass 4 specialize:

%WINDIR%\system32\sysprep\sysprep.exe /quiet /audit

EXPLANATION:

This command will boot system to audit modes, where the applications will be installed.

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