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You can install Windows XP Professional on client computers in various ways. The installation method you choose is based on several factors, including:
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Whether you upgrade from an existing operating system or perform clean installations How many computers will be in the deployment Whether you want to allow users to install the operating system themselves, or whether you want to perform unattended installations How much customization is required for your installations What hardware is available and how the various types differ Whether you are using Active Directory
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Table 1-8 describes the installation methods available for Windows XP Professional and some of the considerations for each method.
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Methods and Requirements for Installing Windows XP Professional
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From CD-ROM Upgrade or clean install Unattended Setup Upgrade or clean install SysPrep Clean install only RIS Clean install only SMS Upgrade only
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Method and Requirements Supported installation methods
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Table 1-8
Methods and Requirements for Installing Windows XP Professional
From CD-ROM CD-ROM drive on each computer Unattended Setup A network boot disk if using a remote distribution share, or a CDROM drive and a floppy disk drive Does not require a server Requires updating Unattend.txt SysPrep All desktop computers need similar hardware configurations RIS PXE-enabled desktop computers SMS A fast connection to the SMS site
Method and Requirements Required hardware
Server requirements
Does not require a server No changes can be made
Does not require a server Requires updating and reimaging the master installation
Requires Active Directory Requires modifying the answer file
Requires a Windows server with SMS running an SMS site Requires creating an advertising package
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For information about running Setup, see 4, Supporting Installations. For more information about the relative advantages and when to use each of the installation methods, see 2, Automating and Customizing Installations.
Determining How Many Operating Systems to Install
You can install multiple operating systems on a computer so that the user can choose the operating system to use each time the user starts the computer. You can also specify an operating system as the default that starts when the user makes no selection. Warning If you install Windows XP Professional and any other operating system on a computer, you must install Windows XP Professional on a separate partition. Installing Windows XP Professional on a separate partition ensures that it will not overwrite files used by the other operating system.
Installing multiple operating systems on a computer has some drawbacks, however. Each operating system uses disk space, and compatibility issues (especially between file systems) can be complex. Also, you cannot use dynamic disks with certain operating systems. Only Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional can access a dynamic disk.
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Converting a basic disk to a dynamic disk that contains multiple installations of Windows XP Professional or Windows 2000 can cause startup problems. For more information about dynamic disks, see 12, Organizing Disks. Note
To ensure that you can always start the computer, despite driver or disk problems, consider the disaster-recovery features available in Windows XP Professional. Safe mode allows Windows XP Professional to start with default settings and the minimum number of drivers. The computer will start even if a new driver causes a problem. With this and other disasterrecovery features, you do not need more than one operating system as a safeguard against system problems. For more information about disaster recovery, see 29, Troubleshooting the Startup Process.
When you perform a clean installation of Windows XP Professional (not an upgrade), by default the installation is put on a partition on which no other operating system is located. You can specify a different partition when you run Setup. Before setting up a computer that has more than one operating system, review the following restrictions. For computers on which you want to install MS-DOS and Windows XP Professional:
Format the system partition as FAT. Install MS-DOS before installing Windows XP. Otherwise, important files needed to start Windows XP Professional can be overwritten. Install each operating system on its own partition, and then install the applications used with each operating system on the same partition. If you intend to run an application on both operating systems, install it on both partitions.
For computers on which you want to install Windows 95 and Windows XP Professional:
Format the system partition as FAT. (For Windows 95 OSR2, the primary partition must be formatted as FAT or FAT32.) Install Windows 95 first. Otherwise, important files needed to start Windows XP Professional can be overwritten. Install each operating system on its own partition, and then install the applications used with each operating system on the same partition. If you intend to run an application on both operating systems, install it on both partitions. Compressed DriveSpace or DoubleSpace volumes are not available while you run Windows XP Professional. It is not necessary to uncompress DriveSpace or DoubleSpace volumes that you access only from Windows 95.
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