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For more information on creating answer files, see 2, Configuring System Images, in MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-680): Configuring Windows 7. For complete documentation of the answer file creation process, see the Windows System Image Manager Technical Reference help file. For complete documentation of all answer file component and package settings, see the Unattended Windows Setup Reference for Windows 7 help file. Both of these help files are supplied with the Windows 7 AIK.
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Create a configuration set using Windows SIM, using the interface shown in Figure 6-7. A configuration set is a self-contained version of the files from the distribution share you referenced in the answer file, as well as the answer file itself. After you have created the configuration set, copy it to a removable medium, such as a USB flash drive.
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figURE 6-7 The Create Configuration Set dialog box in Windows SIM
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Boot the reference computer by using a Windows 7 installation disk and insert the removable medium containing the configuration set. The Windows 7 Setup.exe program automatically searches the removable drives on the system, locates the answer file, and installs Windows 7 on the reference computer using your customizations.
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If necessary, you can also install the reference computer by placing the configuration set and the Windows 7 installation files on a network share. After booting the reference computer with a Windows PE boot disk, you map a drive letter to the share using the NET USE command and start the Setup.exe file manually, specifying the path to the answer file on the command line.
Switch the reference computer to audit mode and prepare it for image capture using Sysprep.exe. Running Sysprep.exe with the /generalize parameter removes the computer-specific and user-specific settings from the installation, and the /audit parameter switches it from out-of-box experience (OOBE) mode to audit mode.
Lesson 1: Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process
ChAPTER 6
Create a Windows PE boot disk containing the ImageX.exe utility. Windows 7 AIK includes the Windows PE boot files, but it does not provide a means of deploying boot files over the network. Therefore, to boot your workstations using only Windows 7 AIK tools, you must use the Copype.cmd batch file to create a build directory, add ImageX.exe, and then use the Oscdimg.exe program to package the build directory as a sector-based image file with an .iso extension. Then, you must burn the boot image file to a removable medium, such as a CD-ROM, DVD-ROM, or USB flash drive, using a third-party tool, which Windows 7 AIK does not provide.
Boot the reference computer by using the Windows PE disk and capture an image of the reference computer by using ImageX.exe. Running ImageX.exe with the /capture command enables you to capture an image of the system and save it to a Windows Imaging file on a local disk, after which you can map a drive to your distribution share and copy the image file there.
Boot the target computer by using the Windows PE disk and create a disk partition by using the Diskpart.exe command line utility. Windows Imaging files require you to create a formatted partition of appropriate size before you can deploy them. When you install a workstation by using the Windows Setup.exe program, you can configure the answer file to create the partition. When you use ImageX.exe to deploy an image, you must create the partition manually.
From the Windows PE command line, apply the captured reference computer image to the target computer by using the ImageX.exe utility. To access the image file from a network share, you must map a drive letter to the share first, and then run ImageX.exe with the /apply parameter, specifying the path to the image file.
Restart the target computer and allow it to boot in audit mode and make any additional configuration modifications. Audit mode enables you to start the workstation without completing the Windows Welcome user interface pages. You can then configure operating system settings or install applications on the target computer to create a customized configuration.
Switch the reference computer back to OOBE mode and prepare it for delivery by using Sysprep.exe. Running Sysprep.exe with the /oobe parameter switches the computer from audit mode back to OOBE (Windows Welcome) mode. The /generalize and /shutdown parameters then leave the system ready for delivery to the end user.
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