Quad

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  1. Got 1 more question wich i ran into with WPI and the security warnings. I looked up the registery files at wich worked. But when i apply them i have to reboot to get rid of the securtiy message. Does the FirstLogonCommands continue at the order where it was if i would give in a reboot command?
  2. Thanks! This really helped alot..
  3. I used the WSIM to validate the xml. Could you check out my unattended file? Windows 7 - Autounattend - Upload.xml
  4. Hmm i didnt chanced much, only some names and language setting. I guess the unattended for the WDS should be the same as for any other unattended version.. Dunno what im missing here..
  5. Thanks for the unattended info. Altho i tryed to add it to my WDS server but its gives me a parse error at line 4, colum 190...
  6. 2 Options; 1) Import the drivers into the WDS server wich is a new feature in 2008 R2 under WDS. 2) Load drivers into boot.wim with RT Lite and load the new boot.wim into your WDS server.
  7. Boah! Oke... takes about 6-8hours to load them in.
  8. Oke thanks. But how about driver and updatepacks? Do i have to load them in each image or only once?
  9. Hi, Another question about an AiO installation. I made a custom wim file with x86 and x64 in it. I did some registery tweaks and added some custom wallpapers but when i apply these settings and rebuild all the images is does only apply to the version of Windows i selected ealier. I figured out that i have to do the same trick over and over for every version of Windows inside the image to apply them to all of the version wich take alot of time whenever i have to make a small adjustment. Can any1 help me out how to apply them to ALL of the images inside the wim file without rebuilding and reloading them every time?
  10. What you mean, uninstall updates and apps? Are you using a random brand recovery mode?
  11. Check out the mydigitallife forums for more info. Ive dont the same trick with building the OEM wim file that way.
  12. Why not make clean image with optional drivers and SLIC activation?
  13. so i can no longer select the edition i want to install at the beginning of the setup... I also use this in my autounattend; <ImageInstall> <OSImage> <InstallFrom> <MetaData wcm:action="add"> <Key>/IMAGE/NAME</Key> </MetaData> </InstallFrom> <InstallToAvailablePartition>false</InstallToAvailablePartition> <WillShowUI>OnError</WillShowUI> </OSImage> </ImageInstall> wich you should place directly above you <UserData>
  14. Try this <UserData> <ProductKey> <Key /> <WillShowUI>OnError</WillShowUI> </ProductKey> <FullName>Username</FullName> <AcceptEula>true</AcceptEula> </UserData>