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WDS XP Installation with Unattaned.xml FIle

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Hi
I have inatlled and configure WDS on server 2008. I am able to capture and deploy images mannuly via WDS server.
I want to deploy the images automatically ( first Phase ) upto the point where it will ask me to select the image, as i have many diffrent images for diffrent systems.

Please advice, how can i achive this.

Thanks
Kulvinder
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by:merowinger
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Could you please explain in detail whats the current manuel steps and how you want it in future?
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by:kulvinder_10
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hello
WDS is working fine if i deploy the image from the server by manualy.
Selecting Language, Keyboard Leayout, User NAme, and then select the image to be installed.

What i Need :
I need to automate it upto to the point where it will ask me to select the image to be deployed. As i have 10 diferent images for difrrent computers.

Thanks

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you can create a unattend.xml in Windows System Image Manager and then point it to the image in WDS by rightclicking the image and attend the file...
See here: http://www.windowsnetworking.com/articles_tutorials/Deploying-Vista-Part23.html
 
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by:kulvinder_10
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This is good for Vista I guess but not for XP.
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I have find another solution..
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