Dont worry, I do not need most GUI options at this moment. This is my flow:
1. Prepare disk
2. Choose OS
3. Choose OS version (Ultimate for example)
4. Choose Install partition
5. Apply Image
6. Postrun command executed (.cmd file)
From that moment I reboot the system and the rest of the whole process should be unattended, both for XP and Win7 including program install from ROE.
Goal is to deploy several OS with the help of only one utility, and to make it as simple and fool proof as possible.
Sometimes however I forget stupid things, for example to set the primary partition active, causing no boot and that makes me loose time.
Your program is a bit more automated so that's one thing I like, later I hope to move the disk preparation also inside WinNTSetup.
The reason I did the WIM for XP is because a lot of computers I work with still run XP and won't be upgraded to 7 anytime soon.
Please allow me to test this method, if anything comes up I'll give feedback.
This post has been edited by Escorpiom: 28 June 2012 - 05:18 AM