Best way to slipstream windows server 2008 r2 standard with updates?

Posted on 2012-09-08
Last Modified: 2012-09-16
I'm looking for a way to upgrade windows server 2008 r2 web to standard to enterprise and apply all updates unattended. has anyone successfully accomplished this and if so could they recommend any tools or guides on how to accomplish this?
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    You can use RT Server Customizer:

    But note this Tool is not supported by Microsoft.

    We had a slipstreamed DVD with Service Pack before. But now a days you will get these DVDs free ( or for a small fee) from your distributor. You can also order the Media from Microsoft for a small fee.
    After the installation a script will automatically install all missing updates for us. We update our script every month after the Patch day and copy this to our bootable Memory sticks.

    And my last option is this:

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