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Where can I find the Autounattended.xml file in a Windows Vista DVD?

Posted on 2008-06-18
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Hi I would like to know how can I find the Autounattended.xml file in my Windows Vista Bussiness DVD, because I need to make an unattended instalation so I can move C:\Users to D:\Users. I've read that i should use Windows PE 2.0 and other Microsoft tools, but I would like to know if there is another to make this type of file without using all the Microsoft tools. I also found that you can make some changes in the registry keys but I woukd prefer if I could do it in some other way. Thank you for your cooperation and I hope you can help me.
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try VLite, nice tools to costumize windows vista instalation:
www.vlite.net

You can add/remove components, create the unnatended file and recreate an Windows Vista Image to your needs.
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