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How do you do an Administrative Installation of Windows 95 ?

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Yeah, I wanted to install Windows 95 over multiple machines in the computer labs. I have heard that an Administrative Install of Windows 95 will do. My question is how do you do an Administrative Install of Windows 95 ?

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You can use Netsetup.exe and MSBatch.exe to do this. They are on  the Windows95 CD (in the admin directory).

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I did not find those files in the Admin directory, not even anywhere in the CD itself.

I have Version B of Windows 95... Could that be the problem ?
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If you have the full version of Windows 95 (not the upgrade or OEM), you should find the files in <cdrom>\admin\nettools\netsetup. I think the batch setup program is on the OEM CD, in the directory <cd-rom>\admin\nettools\bsetup.
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