WDS unattend file that uses a computer name variable.

I am working on a server 2012 R2 Windows Deployment Server to push out a windows 7 OS.  I have created a unattend file and OOBE file using Windows System Image Manager.  They work perfect.  It answers all the questions and joins the computer to the domain and logs in to the desktop as a admin account.  My only concern is that I want to use a certain computer naming scheme with this OOBE file.  I can't seem to find a solution to this.
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Grab MDT. It builds on top of WDS and opens up a lot more scenarios, including naming conventions that are difficult to implement on WDS alone.
KineticNetworkingAuthor Commented:
I have explored MDT but not got very far with it because it seemed to break my current WDS install files.  Do you have a link that explains how to do this with MDT and be unattended.  I looked at MDT because I thought about using it to deploy third party applications.  In your opinion, is MDT worth the time to try and make it work for application deployment.
Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
Use MDT.

This Gentleman has an example for all scenarios.


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