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When Deploying an Unattended Installation, the command used is "Winnt32 /unattend:answerfile." What does /checkupgrade do?
Does not upgrade or install Xp. It is used to check compatibility with hardware and software.
When using the command line to deply Unattend installation, what is "/cmd:command line"?
Specifies that a command should be executed before GUI mode of Setup. This option is used with mcmdlines.txt to specify what applications should be installed.
When deploying Unattend, what is "/cmdcons"?
Used to support recovery console for repair of failed installations.
When deploying Unattend, what is "copydir:folder name"?
Used to create a temporary subfolder to be used during installation process that contain NON WINDOWS HARDWARE DRIVERS.
When deploying Unattend, what is "copysource:folder name"?
Used during installation and is deleted once process is completed.
When deploying Unattend, what is "/debug [level] [filename]"?
Specifies the level and file to be debugged.
When deploying Unattend, what is "dudisable"?
Used to disable Dynamic Update while installing.
In Unattend installation, what is "/duprepare:pathname?"
Specifies the installation share to be used with dynamic update.
In Unattend installation, what is "/m: folder name'?
Used with Setup to specify that replacement files should be copied from the specified location.
In Unattend installation, what is "makelocalsource"?
Copies the installation files to hard disk. Used if the CD with not be available for the entire installation process.
In Unattend installation, what is "/noreboot"?
Specifies that after install there should NOT be a reboot.
In Unattend installation, what is "/s:sourcepath"?
Tells where the installation files are.
In Unattend installation, what is "/syspart:drive letter"?
Used to copy Setup startup files to hard disk.
In Unattend installation, what is "/tempdrive: drive letter"?
Specifies the location that will be used to store the temp files.
In Unattend installation, what is "/udf:ID, UDB file"?
Used by Setup program to specify how UDB will be used to modify an answer file.
In Unattend installation, what is "/unattend"?
Used to upgrade a previous version of Windows using unattend installation.
In Unattend installation, what is "/unattend:seconds :answerfile"?
Specifies that you will be using an unattend installation and how many seconds between completing install and restarting.
What is the command for an Unattended Install for Windows 98, ME, NT, or XP Home Edition?
Winnt32 /unattend:answerfile
What is GUID?
Globally Unique Identifier. Included in discovery packet sent to DHCP from client.
What is BINL?
During an Unattend install, this tells the client where the RIS server is (if it has access).
What is CIW?
Client Installation Wizard that comes up on client once RIS server is found. Gives user 4 options.
Setup Manager is used to create ___.
Answer files.
What are answer files?
Scripts used with Unattend, RIS and Sysprep installations.
What are the first 8 options that can be configured with Setup manager?
Set user interaction,
Set default username,
Define computer names,
Set admin password,
Display Settings,
Configure network settings,
Set time zone/regional settings
Set IE settings
What are the other 8 options that can be configured with Setup Manager?
Set telephony,
Create installation folders,
add cmdlines.txt,
install printers, add command to run once,
run command at end of setup,
copy additional files,
create a distribution folder
How do you access Setup Manager?
Start->Run->Setupmgr