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What are the ways of having a DVD with the OS and all other softwares installed ready to install on a machine in one go.

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Hi,

What are the ways of having a DVD with the OS and all other softwares installed ready to install on a machine in one go.
Is there any Micosoft solution on this to install OS from a DVD with all the softwares preinstalled in the DVD.

So it will be easy to deloy when it comes to 100's.

Regards
Sharath
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Have a look here, i use nlite and driver packs...

http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/
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I would say using sysprep and corporate licensed versions of other software should do the trick.
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create an ISO of your machine and burn it to DVD
or use the built in backup feature of windows and burn it to disk
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