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Where do I put the $OEM$ folders in order to have the files copied to the right place? What do I put in the autounattended.xml to make sure that the files are copied in the right place Could someone write a tut on this? John :thumbup

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myselfidem    5

I've tested two methods working:

- we can set the $OEM$ folders inside the distribution location: C:\Win7\sources\$OEM$ (inside the folder "sources")

- or we can set the folders inside: C:\Win7 (outside the folder "sources"; at the root like for Windows XP)

With Windows 7, I use the best practice and set the $OEM$ folders inside: C:\Win7\sources\$OEM$

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