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Hi:
I have ris setup on a windows 2003 server and it all works . What I would like to do is use a sif file to do an unattended install. I know how to make the file. But I forgot where I have to put it so that when I boot off the floppy , it will use the file. I tried putting it on the floppy with no luck. Any help please
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Steve
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The SIF files are located on the server at the following location:
\\%servername%\REMINST\Setup\%Language%\images\%ImageName%\i386\templates\*.sif
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