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If you are upgrading systems to Windows XP Professional, you can add any application upgrades or update packs to the distribution folder and enter the appropriate commands in the Additional Commands page of the Windows Setup Manager Wizard so that these upgrades or update packs are applied to the application as part of the upgrade.
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How to Use the Windows Setup Manager to Create an Answer File
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Windows Setup Manager provides a straightforward wizard interface. To create an answer file for a fully automated installation by using Windows Setup Manager, use these steps: 1. In Windows Explorer, locate the folder where you extracted Windows Setup Manager (setupmgr.exe). Double-click setupmgr.exe. Windows XP Professional starts the Windows Setup Manager Wizard. 2. Click Next. The New Or Existing Answer File page appears. 3. Ensure that the Create A New Answer File is selected, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Product To Install page, which provides the following three options:
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4. Ensure that Windows Unattended Installation is selected, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Platform page. 5. Ensure that Windows XP Professional is selected, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the User Interaction Level page, shown in Figure 3-2, which has the following five options:
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Provide Defaults. The answers you provide in the answer file are the default answers that the user sees. The user can accept the default answers or change any of the answers supplied by the script. Fully Automated. The installation is fully automated. The user does not have the chance to review or change the answers supplied by the script. Hide Pages. The answers provided by the script are supplied during the installation. Any page for which the script supplies all answers is hidden from the user, so the user cannot review or change the answers supplied by the script. Read Only. The script provides the answers, and the user can view the answers on any page that is not hidden, but the user cannot change the answers. GUI Attended. The text-mode portion of the installation is automated, but the user must supply the answers for the graphical user interface (GUI) mode portion of the installation.
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Figure 3-2 Select the level of user interaction you want.
6. Select Fully Automated, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Distribution Folder page. The Setup Manager Wizard can create a distribution folder on your computer or network containing the required source files. You can add files to this distribution folder to further customize your installation. 7. Select No, This Answer File Will Be Used To Install From A CD, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the License Agreement page. 8. Select I Accept The Terms Of The License Agreement, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Customize The Software page, shown in Figure 3-3.
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Figure 3-3 Use the Customize The Software Page to provide details for the answer file that will be used during installation.
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9. Type your name in the Name box and your organization in the Organization box, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Display Settings page. 10. Leave the default settings on the Display Settings page, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager displays the Time Zone page. 11. Select the appropriate time zone, and then click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Providing The Product Key page. 12. Type in the appropriate product key.
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The product key identifies your copy of Windows XP Professional, so you need a separate license for each copy that you install. Note, however, that in many corporate environments a volume licensing system is in place, so you might need a special key for that. Also, Setup Manager does not validate the product key when you enter it, so you won t actually find out until installing Windows XP Professional with the answer file whether the key is valid. Make sure that you use a valid key.
13. Click Next. The Windows Setup Manager Wizard displays the Computer Names page, shown in Figure 3-4. Notice that you have three choices:
Enter a series of names to be used during the various iterations of the script. Click Import and provide the name of a text file that has one computer name per line listed. Setup imports and uses these names as the computer names in the various iterations of the script. Select Automatically Generate Computer Names Based On Organization Name to allow the system to automatically generate the computer names to be used.
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