TCP/IP settings in sysprep.inf

We are trying out how to deploy Windows Professional using image files.
Using sysprep.exe, we want to automate the minisetup program.
We were unable to set the TCP/IP settings.  Which key do we have to use?  Who can help us?

For your information: this is our sysprep.inf file:

[Data]
    AutoPartition=1

[Unattended]
    OemSkipEula=Yes
    InstallFilesPath=%systemdrive%\i386
    KeepPageFile=0

[GuiUnattended]
    AdminPassword=simac
    OEMSkipRegional=1
    TimeZone=105
    OemSkipWelcome=1

[UserData]
    FullName="Professional Services"
    OrgName="Simac Netbuilding"
    ComputerName=SLU-W2K-final3

[LicenseFilePrintData]
    AutoMode=PerSeat

[TapiLocation]
    CountryCode=32

[RegionalSettings]
    LanguageGroup=1
    Language=00000813

[Networking]
    InstallDefaultComponents=yes

[Identification]
    JoinDomain=LUXEMBURG
    DomainAdmin=Administrator
    DomainAdminPassword=luxemburg      

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wondeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
This might be resolved in the final relaese of windows 2000; Technet seminar online cd4, October 1999
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bchewCommented:
TCP/IP defaults to use DHCP.  If you have a DHCP server running, it will supply the IP address, Subnet Mask, DNS servers, etc.  Is this what you need?
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koenie10Author Commented:
No, that's what I DON'T want.  I DON'T want to use the default settings.  I want to be able to enter the IP address, the Subnet Mask and the DNS servers in the sysprep.inf so that I can choose which IP belongs to which PC.
I don't want to edit scopes or wathever on the DHCP server.  This is a situation WITHOUT a DHCP server.
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LermitteCommented:
I don't have tested it but what with Netsh.exe

Mario
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koenie10Author Commented:
It's a pitty, but I looked it up and you were right.  I'll give you the points.
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