Unattended XP/Vista install slipstream with common load. How to?

Posted on 2010-01-04
Last Modified: 2013-11-10
What is the most efficient way to slipstream SP3 and the current hotfixes into an OEM load? I also would like to add programs to the load ie AntiVirus, Adobe Reader, etc.

Currently I am using guide.
nLite method

What is todays way to do this? This guide was last updated 2006
Question by:stevef22
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    Use nlite to do the slipstreaming. You can also remove windows components and add hotfixes and customize the whole install process.

    Then, follow this to get the apps in there. I would try to use nlite to make the final disk.

    Hope this helps.

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