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Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
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8 A list of available operating system installation options is displayed next. This list can include images created by using either RIPrep, RISetup, or both. Custom answer files (such as Remboot.sif) might be associated with these images to control the installation and configuration of the installed operating system. Select the operating system you want to install, and press Enter. 9 The Warning page displays this caution: All data on the hard drive will be deleted! This is your reminder that the partitions on the (first) hard disk will be deleted and the drive with be formatted with NTFS. Press Esc to cancel or Enter to continue. 10 The CIW displays the Installation Information page, showing the settings for the computer account and GUID. The defaults for these settings are as follows: Computer account name is usually generated based on the settings on the RIS server, commonly using some derivation of the user name with an incrementing number. GUID is the node ID either obtained from the BIOS or generated by prefixing a string of 20 zeros ( 0 ) to the front of the network card s MAC address. If the computer account is prestaged, the existing UUID from the computer account in Active Directory is used. The computer name is the name of the server providing the remote installation services and supporting this computer. If you want to change any of this information, you can do so, then press Enter to begin the Windows Setup portion of the remote installation. 11 The CIW ends, and the Windows Setup program launches, displaying standard setup messages, and then automatically formatting the hard disk as a single partition. Windows Setup then copies files to the hard disk drive on the target computer and then reboots the target computer. At this point, the process diverges depending upon whether you are installing an operating system image from RISetup or RIPrep:
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If installing from a RISetup image, Windows Setup switches to GUI-mode setup at the Installing Windows portion. Setup continues, using the information specified by the .sif answer files and prompting you for configuration data that was left unspecified. If installing from a RIPrep image, the Mini-Setup is performed, and the computer is rebooted again, this time into a fully functional Windows Server 2003 installation with the configuration settings reflecting the master installation on which the RIPrep OS image is based.
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This is supposed to be an automated installation, but I m being asked questions If information specified in the .sif file is incorrect and Setup encounters an error, Setup will prompt you to provide correct data. After correcting the error condition, Setup will continue using the .sif file.
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Troubleshooting
I get a message saying, No reply from a server If no RIS server is available on the network, you will get the error message No reply from a server after DHCP is displayed on the screen. Verify that the RIS server is operating correctly and that it has been configured to respond to this client; pay particular attention to DHCP issues with multihomed servers. Once DHCP and RIS configuration issues are resolved, reboot the target computer and retry the RIS installation. If the RIS server is overburdened, it might not reply, as well. Each RIS server can handle only a limited number of simultaneous client installations. The optimal number is between 70 and 75, depending on the current activity. In a large enterprise where you might deploy hundreds of computers at the same time, you can have multiple RIS servers. You could then load balance requests to these servers using a RIS referral server, or you could simply configure all RIS servers to respond to all RIS clients (which undoes the added security you gain from prestaging computers). Also, remember that if you ve selected the Do Not Respond To Unknown Clients option, you will be able to install only computers that have been prestaged, as discussed in the section entitled Prestaging Clients in Active Directory earlier in this chapter.
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