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Pakled

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  1. Lately we've been RIS'ing some Dell Latitude E6500's and Optiplex 760's. While everything seems to load fine at first I have noticed something unusual after the "39 min" install portion. When the system reboots it comes to a screen asking me to pick which operating system I want to boot to. Both are Windows Xp but there is only one partition on the drive. I have also noticed that if I Re-RIS the same machine that it does not do this the second time thru. Has anyone else experinced this.
  2. Hello,I am currently trying to configure my unattended XP setup. I have everything working except for applying the Local Security Policy Template I created. I have the file running from my post install batch file and I have tried the following command lines: Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" /quiet and Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" /silent and Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" No matter which line I try all I get is the Help file from Secedit.
  3. Hello, I am currently trying to configure my unattended XP setup. I have everything working except for applying the Local Security Policy Template I created. I have the file running from my post install batch file and I have tried the following command lines: Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" /quiet and Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" /silent and Secedit /configure /db secedit.sdb /cfg" c:\postinstall\LCHDDOHStdXPLocalPolicy.inf" Then I follow one of those with: gpupdate /force So far the commands only seem to pull up the help file for secedit when I try to run it from either the run prompt or a command prompt window. I'm really at a loss here so any help would be appreciated.
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