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If you do not have a modem, you might not see this page. If you do not get the Modem Dialing Information page, skip to Step 13.
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9. Select the appropriate setting for What Country/Region Are You In. 10. Type the appropriate setting for What Area Or City Code Are You In. 11. If necessary, type the appropriate setting for If You Dial A Number To Access An Outside Line, What Is It. 12. Select the appropriate setting for The Phone System At This Location Uses, and then click Next. The Windows XP Professional Setup Wizard displays the Date And Time Settings page. 13. Ensure that the settings for Date, Time, Time Zone, and Daylight Saving Changes are correct, and then click Next. The Windows XP Professional Setup Wizard displays the Networking Settings page. 14. Ensure that the default setting of Typical Settings is selected, and then click Next. The Windows XP Professional Setup Wizard displays the Workgroup Or Computer Domain page. 15. Ensure that No, This Computer Is Not On A Network Or Is On A Network Without A Domain is selected. 16. Ensure that WORKGROUP appears in the Workgroup Or Computer Domain Box, and then click Next. The Windows XP Professional Setup Wizard displays the Performing Final Tasks page, and then it displays the Completing The Windows XP Setup Wizard page. 17. Click Finish. The system will reboot, and the Welcome screen appears. 18. Log on as you normally would.
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The following questions are intended to reinforce key information presented in this lesson. If you are unable to answer a question, review the lesson materials and try the question again. You can find answers to the questions in the Questions and Answers section at the end of this chapter. 1. What is disk duplication
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2. What is the purpose of the System Preparation Tool
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3. What does the /quiet switch do when you run Sysprep.exe
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Lesson Summary
The first step in disk duplication is preparing a computer running Windows XP Professional that will serve as a reference computer. This preparation includes installing, updating, and configuring the operating system, as well as installing other applications. After the reference computer is configured, the next step is using the System Preparation Tool to prepare the computer for imaging. The final step is using a non-Microsoft disk duplication utility to create a hard disk image. To use the System Preparation Tool, you must extract the files located in the \Support\Tools\Deploy.cab file on the Windows XP Professional CD-ROM. One of the primary functions of the System Preparation Tool is to delete security identifiers (SIDs) and all other user-specific or computer-specific information. When the user restarts the destination computer, the Windows Setup Wizard appears, but requires very little input to complete. You can automate the completion of the Windows Setup Wizard by creating a sysprep.inf file.
Lesson 3
Performing Remote Installations
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Lesson 3: Performing Remote Installations
Remote Installation Services (RIS) is a service that is available for servers running Windows 2000 Server and Windows Server 2003 in a Microsoft Active Directory directory service environment. The RIS server is a disk image server that contains as many disk images as are necessary to support the different configurations of Windows XP Professional on a network. A RIS client is a computer that connects to the RIS server and downloads an image for installation. The RIS server might be preconfigured to download a particular image to a client computer, or the user might be able to select an image manually from a special RIS Administration menu.
After this lesson, you will be able to
Describe how RIS is used Install and configure RIS on a server running Windows Server 2003 Explain requirements for RIS client computers
Estimated lesson time: 60 minutes
Overview of RIS
RIS provides the best features of unattended installations and disk duplication and also provides a powerful way to make remote installations possible in large network environments. The basic RIS process works as follows: 1. In an Active Directory domain, you install RIS on a server running Windows 2000 Server or Windows Server 2003. The methods for installation on each version are different, and each method is covered in this lesson. 2. You load disk images on the RIS server. RIS supports two types of images:
A CD-based image that contains the Windows XP Professional operating installation files. You can create answer files for these images to automate the installation process on the client end. A Remote Installation Preparation (RIPrep) image that can contain the Windows XP Professional operating system along with other applications. This image is based on a preconfigured reference computer, much like the computer used in creating images for disk duplication.
3. A client computer connects to the RIS server over the network. Clients must conform to the Net PC specification or have a network adapter that supports the Preboot eXecution Environment (PXE) standard for network booting. This type of adapter allows the client to boot the computer with no pre-existing operating system installed, locate a RIS server, and start the installation process using an image on the RIS server. For clients who do not have a PXE-compliant network adapter, you can create a special boot floppy disk that will allow the client to boot up and contact the RIS server.
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