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Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out
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Establishing the Distribution Folders
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Most forms of unattended installation use a distribution folder; that is, a network location of the Windows Server 2003 operating system containing the source files or images. You can have Setup Manager build this folder for you automatically when you create Unattend.txt files. The default structure of a distribution folder for unattended installations corresponds to the folder structure on the Windows Server 2003 CD media. The structure of the distribution folders used by an unattended installation is shown in Figure 5-1.
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The structure of the default distribution folder.
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In addition to containing a copy of the Windows Server 2003 source files, the distribution folders might also contain additional folders and files, including drivers (such as mass storage device drivers, hardware abstraction layers [HALs], as well as Plug and Play device drivers), configuration files, and applications. These files and folders are copied to the designated partition on the target computer during installation. The distribution folder could also have a Sysprep subfolder containing required Sysprep program and configuration files (used for image-based installations).
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For more information about the structure of the RISetup and RIPrep distribution folders, see the section entitled Using RIS Images on page 181. The structure of the distribution folders used by RIS (both RISetup and RIPrep) differs substantially from that used in unattended (Unattend.txt) installations.
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Part 2: Windows Server 2003 Installation
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Managing Unattended Installations The consistency provided by using the distribution folder can also be helpful in subsequently creating the master installations with RIS or image-based installations. Because driver updates, service packs, security patches, and so on are constantly released, you must update your master installation periodically. If you use RISetup to create your master installation, you must update the RISetup Remote Installation folder for that operating system only periodically and regenerate the master installation (by running RIPrep to create the updated image). How these distribution folders are established varies depending upon the form of automated installation that you are using, as follows:
Distribution folders for unattended setup can be created automatically by Setup Man-
ager when you create Unattend.txt files or manually by copying the contents of the I386 folder on the Windows Server 2003 CD to a network share.
When using RIS to automate installations, the RIS Setup Wizard (RISetup) walks you
through creating the Remote Installation folder.
Sysprep-based images are posted to and downloaded from a network share by the
third-party disk-imaging software employed.
Inside Out
Contents of the boot floppy disk Boot disks can be used for most types of automated installations. The contents of the boot floppy disks are different for each type of automated install, however. The function and contents of the floppy disk used for each type of automated installation is shown in the following table:
Type of Installation
Unattended network Unattended product CD RIS
Boot Disk
Yes Yes Only for PXE emulation
CD Driver
No Yes No
Net Driver
Yes No Yes
Answer File
No (on net) Yes No (on net)
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Types of Answer Files
There are several different types of answer files, each of which is used by a different type of automated installation process.
Unattend.txt
The Unattend.txt file allows for complete automation of the installation process, using either the distribution CD or distribution folder as the source for the distribution files. You select a new clean installation or an upgrade on the operating system currently on the computer using an Unattend.txt file.
Tip Automated installation methods using the retail CD do not allow you to choose an upgrade option, nor can you use a uniqueness file to provide modifications to the standard answer file.
RIS .sif files
The Setup Installation file (.sif) is a variation of the Unattend.txt file used in conjunction with RIS to automate a new, remote Windows installation usually for a new installation. The file name is assigned during creation by Setup Manager and usually is set as Winnt.sif. The Sysprep.inf file is used to automate the Mini-Setup portion of the installation; that is, the portion of setup after the initial reboot when the user normally would be prompted for configuration information. Sysprep.inf is dependent upon Sysprep.exe and Setupcl.exe being present in the %SystemDrive%\Sysprep folder on the destination computer.
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