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Is there any way that we create a unattened file (Installation) of Sql,Oracle etc

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Hi,

Is there any way that we create a unattened file (Installation) of Sql,Oracle and Vs 2005.

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Sharath
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There are lots of image capture tools available.

They generally work by looking at a clean system,
then you install everything you want and run the tool again to see what's different.

All the changes (directories, files, registry settings) are bundled together to make an install file.

There are also tools to do whole computer imaging.  That's a fairly standard practice for corporations to do new computer rollouts.
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