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the Close button on the message balloon That s it! You have successfully installed Windows XP and should have a desktop with the default Bliss background, as shown in Figure 1124
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As you can see, you may have to sit around for quite a while Instead of having to sit there answering questions and typing in CD keys, wouldn t it be nice just to boot up the machine and have the install process finish without any intervention on your part Especially if you have 30 PCs that need to be ready to go tomorrow morning Fortunately, Windows offers two good options for automating the install process: scripted installations and disk cloning
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Scripting Installations with Setup Manager
Microsoft provides Setup Manager to help you create a text file called an answer file containing all of your answers to the installation questions Windows doesn t come with Setup Manager, but you can download it from the Microsoft Download Center (wwwmicrosoftcom/downloads) as part of the Windows XP Service Pack 2 Deployment Tools Setup Manager supports creating answer files for three different types of setups: unattended, sysprep, and Remote Installation Services (Figure 1125) The current version of the tool can create answer files for Windows XP Home Edition, Windows XP Professional, and Windows Server 2003 (Standard, Enterprise, or Web Edition) See Figure 1126
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Setup Manager can create three different types of answer files
Figure 1126
Setup Manager can create answer files for five different versions of Windows
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Setup Manager can create several kinds of answer files
Setup Manager can create an answer file to completely automate the process, or it can be used to set default options You ll almost always want to create an answer file that automates the entire process (Figure 1127) When running a scripted install, you have to decide how to make the installation files themselves available to the PC While you can always boot your new machine from an installation CD, you can save yourself a lot of CD swapping if you just put the install files on a network share and install your OS over the network (Figure 1128) When you run Setup Manager, you get to answer all those pesky questions As always, you will also have to Accept the Terms of the License Agreement (Figure 1129) and specify the product key (Figure 1130), but at least by scripting these steps you can do it once and get it over with
Figure 1128
Choose where to store the installation files
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Don t forget to accept the license agreement!
11: Installing and Upgrading Windows
Figure 1130
Enter the product key
Now it s time to get to the good stuff customizing your installation Using the graphical interface, decide what configuration options you want to use screen resolutions, network options, browser settings, regional settings, and so on You can even add finishing touches to the installation, installing additional programs such as Microsoft Office and Adobe Reader, by automatically running additional commands after the Windows installation finishes (Figure 1131) You can also set programs to run once (Figure 1132)
Figure 1131
Run additional commands
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Running a program once
Remember that computer names have to be unique on the network If you re going to use the same answer files for multiple machines on the same network, you need to make sure that each one gets its own unique name You can either provide a list of names to use, or you can have the setup program randomly generate names (Figure 1133)
Figure 1133
Pick your computer names
11: Installing and Upgrading Windows
When you re done, Setup Manager prompts you to save your answers as a text file The contents of the file will look something like this:
;SetupMgrTag [Data] AutoPartition=1 MsDosInitiated="0" UnattendedInstall="Yes" [Unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended OemSkipEula=Yes OemPreinstall=No TargetPath=\WINDOWS [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=414c11f760b0064 [out to 64 characters] EncryptedAdminPassword=Yes OEMSkipRegional=1 TimeZone=85 OemSkipWelcome=1 AutoLogon=Yes AutoLogonCount=1 [UserData] ProductKey=FFFFF-FFFFF-FFFFF-FFFFF-FFFFF FullName="Scott" OrgName="Total Seminars" ComputerName=* [Identification] JoinDomain=TOTAL DomainAdmin=admin09 DomainAdminPassword=my-password [
The list goes on for another hundred lines or so, and this is a fairly simple answer file One thing to note is that if you provide a domain administrator s user name and password for the purpose of automatically adding new PCs to your domain, that user name and password will be in the text file in clear text:
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