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Howto Set 1 Full HD Use in WAIK for AutoUnattend.XML

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Hi,

i just want to setup an autounatend.xmf file which first wipes the actual hdd and then uses the full hdd size to install the system to.

i DONT want to use 10 partitions etc. i only want the standard one partition system.

what are the exakt values for the Windows System Image Manager ?
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You have to input the details you want in the 'windows image' section and when happy 'add settings to pass 1 windowspe'.

This is the other way round to doing other things but it seems to work ok
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yes i know i am at this point, but WHAT did i have to enter there that it works ?

it should wipe the actual hdd partitions, create a new one with all space thats all.
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was alot more to do than that but ok.
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