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Hi everyone..

I am looking for a sample UDF file for win 2000 server installation.
I hope any one can help me in this..
Thankx in advance.
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there is a utility on your Win2K cd that will ask you setup questions and build a UDF file and an answer file.

<CDROM>\SUPPORT\TOOLS

Install the support tools and run setupmgr.exe...it will create the udf file as well as the answer file.  You can then modify them using notepad
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Well, thanks for the info,... I was looking for the udf file specifically.. Anyways. thanks for replying...  
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