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Test the customized installation of Windows XP Professional. After successful testing, conduct the full-scale deployment. For more information about operating system installation, see Installing the Operating System later in this chapter. For more information about testing your installation before actually deploying it, see 1, Planning Deployments.
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To help prevent software piracy, you must use Windows Product Activation for each installation of Windows XP Professional that is not covered by a volume license or that is not preactivated by an original equipment manufacturer (OEM). You can set Windows Product Activation by using a unique product key for each computer in a bulk deployment. Create a separate answer file for each computer and then assign a unique value to ProductKey in the [UserData] section of each individual answer file. (ProductKey is a new name for the ProductID key that was used in Microsoft Windows 2000.) For an automated installation, you can add Autoactivate = Yes to the [Unattended] section of the answer file to request product activation during Setup. Note that this does not guarantee successful activation; check the Application Event log afterward to verify whether activation was successful. For more information, see Deploying Windows XP Using Windows Product Activation on Microsoft TechNet at http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro /deploy/wpadepl.mspx. If your computer is connected to the Internet through a firewall on a network that does not support Web Proxy Autodiscovery Protocol, you can also add AutoactivateProxy = Proxy to the [Unattended] section of the answer file. The AutoactivateProxy key enables you to configure the proxy setting so that activation by using the HTTPS protocol can traverse a firewall. If you add AutoactivateProxy = Proxy to the [Unattended] section of the answer file, you can also add an optional [Proxy] section to the answer file. The [Proxy] section can contain keys and values as shown in the following example:
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[Proxy] Proxy_Enable = 1 Use_Same_Proxy = 1 HTTP_Proxy_Server = myproxyserver:80 Proxy_Override = <local>
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If you specify a proxy setting in the answer file, you must also specify a branding value, as shown in the following example:
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You can also use a Uniqueness Database File (UDF) to provide information that is specific to a single client computer, such as the value specified in the ProductKey key. The .udf file provides information that overrides and replaces a section of the answer file or appends additional sections to an existing answer file.
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To support disk imaging as a deployment option, Windows Product Activation also adds activation rollback to the standard System Preparation tool (Sysprep) and the standard Remote Installation Preparation tool (Riprep). However, activation rollback is not supported for evaluation media or for MSDN media. For more information on activation rollback, see Deploying Windows XP Using Windows Product Activation on Microsoft TechNet at http: //www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/winxppro/deploy/wpadepl.mspx. For more information about Windows Product Activation, see 1, Planning Deployments. For more information about activation rollback, see How Sysprep Works with Windows Product Activation and Using the Remote Installation Preparation Tool later in this chapter. You can also perform automated activation after you install Windows XP Professional by using the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) provider in Windows Product Activation.
Dynamic Update
Microsoft regularly provides reliability and compatibility improvements and also provides emergency fixes for security issues. Some of these updates might not be available on the Windows XP Professional operating system CD. Updates are assembled into Dynamic Update packages, which are available from the Microsoft Download Center (http://www.microsoft.com/downloads). To download the Dynamic Update package and use it for Windows XP deployments in a corporate environment, go to the Download Center and under Product/Technology select Windows XP. Then search for the keywords dynamic update and download the latest version of the Dynamic Update package. The download is an executable self-extracting cabinet file that creates separate folders for each operating system. Specifically, a folder named IP contains the dynamic updates for Windows XP Professional and a folder named IC contains the dynamic updates for Windows XP Home Edition. You can also access Dynamic Update packages when upgrading from previous versions of Windows by selecting Yes, download the updated setup files on the Get Updated Setup Files page of the Windows Setup Wizard. Setup then downloads and installs the updated files instead of using the equivalent files on the Windows XP operating system CD. If a Dynamic Update package is available and you downloaded the package during setup, expand the downloaded package to display the .cab files. The package will contain some or all of the four .cab files shown in Figure 2-1. Figure 2-1 shows the structure of the network share folder and the relative location of each subfolder.
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