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devron6

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I am new at RIS and I am wondering is there a way to run a .bat script to copy i386 folder to the c: of the destination computer and then run updates on first run automatically?

Can a bat script even do this?

Thx


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Noeladams

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I am new at RIS and I am wondering is there a way to run a .bat script to copy i386 folder to the c: of the destination computer and then run updates on first run automatically?

Can a bat script even do this?

Thx


just put the I386 in the $oem$\$$\ that will put it in the c:\windows directory don't know about the 2nd option b/c I slipped most of my updates into the image, minus the WGA updates.

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lawson23

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If anyone figures this out please let me know as I would like to do some things in a bat file aslo.

Like xcalc statements and reg modifications.

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lawson23

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Hey check out:
http://unattended.ms...xp/view/web/81/

But...

What I don't understand is I just did this and it doesn't run during setup but would execute on first login. This to me should be running (or is there a way) as the system account during setup. So if a user without admin rights logs in then none of this would execute.

Edited by lawson23, 11 June 2009 - 10:47 AM.


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lawson23

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http://www.m0j0.net/techsup/ris/

check this article out on cmdlines.txt




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