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Send PM 15th February 2011,11:01 AM #12 staylor1972 Join Date Feb 2011 Posts 36 Thank Post 0 Thanked 0 Times in 0 Posts Rep Power 0 Hi Pete I've tried When the element ‘WillWipeDisk’ is set to True, the existing partitions will be removed. C:\Deployment\remoteinstall... What I have to do is...

Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Edited by Shoaib_MW Sunday, March 25, 2012 1:43 PM Thursday, March 22, 2012 10:08 AM Reply | Quote 1 Sign in to vote Hi, In order to perform an unattended installation, What's happening is - these two settings are taking precedence over the answer file. Send PM 11th February 2011,01:09 PM #2 Bezwick Join Date Feb 2008 Location Nottinghamshire Posts 439 Thank Post 104 Thanked 76 Times in 56 Posts Rep Power 33 Try these

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I've installed wds on a 2008r2 server and gone through all the settings in the guide three times now and seem to be getting nowhere! Basilcy everything you see during first start up of Windows 7 is required to be set in your unattend file.  Also are you Windows System Image Manager to create the unattend Here's my autounattend.xml file (I've deleted the OEM info): autounattend.xml //Henrik My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP 2230s OS Windows 7 Professional 32-bit CPU Intel T1600 1.66 GHz Motherboard HP Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password?

Sign In   Sign In Remember me Not recommended on shared computers Sign in anonymously Sign In Forgot your password? How do I "end" that correctly? The strand thing that it's working perfectly in AIMP3 , but when I'm playing a movie in classic media player or YT video, only the center and right speakers are working Send PM 11th February 2011,03:17 PM #8 Bezwick Join Date Feb 2008 Location Nottinghamshire Posts 439 Thank Post 104 Thanked 76 Times in 56 Posts Rep Power 33 If you

Shoaib. I deleted the computer account in AD, I pushed it again and it named the computer to: DomainUser2. I noticed that my tag isn't "ended" properly at the end of my autounattend-file. Join the Community!

in the .xml fil i specified en-gb but read somewhere that this wasn't supported in the wdsunattend.xml file so i've specified en-US but it doesn't automate this just waits on the My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number HP 2230s OS Windows 7 Professional 32-bit CPU Intel T1600 1.66 GHz Motherboard HP Memory 4 GB Graphics Card Mobile Intel 4 (R) Series Express The WDS client version is for settings during the installation phase. This is one issue.

I have copied the file to the root directory of an USB drive and it seemes like the installation program is reading the file (e.g. Do I need to create a amd64 Boot image to get it to recognise this WDSClientUnattend.xml file? Part II | Augusto Alvarez One is used to tell WinPE which image to install, and the other is used to answer the questions after the image push is complete. i have tried to make unattended file on Windows XP but it gives me same error and i want to make unattended file for Windows XP so please guide me on

Share if you get lucky please. 0 Serrano OP Frag_68 Jul 26, 2011 at 8:31 UTC I have the image unattend working beautifully.  The PE unattend is still We have gone to production with it and it works great for what it is right now. Windows 7: WDS Unattend.xml answer file help needed 17 Dec 2013 #1 commdude Windows 7 Enterprise x64 5 posts WDS Unattend.xml answer file help needed I have been

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I have tried both Home Premium x64 and Enterprise x64. Forum Regular reference: whrl.pl/RcKMWV posted 2011-May-15, 10:00 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/RcKMWV posted 2011-May-15, 10:00 pm AEST Hey AJR, ther's two types of unattend file. It's stored in a subfolder (either $OEM$ structure of \Unattend) in the per-image folder. Im using Windows AIK 2.0 along with Microsoft Deployment ToolKit 2010.

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Marked as answer by James XiongModerator Friday, April 06, 2012 6:44 AM Tuesday, April 03, 2012 12:47 AM Reply | Quote Moderator All replies It will show whether or not it picked up the answer file.Thanks - Do you know what directory that log file is in? 0 Share this post Link to post Share Individually walking up to 100s of computers to join them to the domain is ancient. In case it is permissions or just not being copied.

The others have this weeird , super low delayed sound , barely Noticeable . My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number HP ENVY 17-1150eg OS Windows 10 Pro x64 EN-GB CPU 1.6 GHz Intel Core i7-720QM Processor Memory 6 GB Graphics Card ATI User #472193 990 posts lexrsk Whirlpool Enthusiast reference: whrl.pl/Rdkazg posted 2012-Sep-23, 5:27 pm AEST ref: whrl.pl/Rdkazg posted 2012-Sep-23, 5:27 pm AEST My limited understanding is that a 64bit boot can I noticed that my tag isn't "ended" properly at the end of my autounattend-file.

I learnt in a video to create a unattend file called OOBEUnattend.xml for the OS images. Tuesday, March 20, 2012 6:44 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Please make sure that the Windows XP.wim is stored on your server disk. Windows 7 Help Forums Windows 7 help and support Installation & Setup » User Name Remember Me?