Tripredacus, on 06 March 2012 - 08:30 AM, said:
manishgambhir, on 05 March 2012 - 05:19 PM, said:
Is there any way to hide my unattend so the users dont play with it ?
Only by using a custom shell and playing some tricks, like having the file originally named something ambiguous in the sources folder, then copy it to the Ramdisk and rename it to unattend.xml... then call Setup.exe with the /unattend switch.
before i could finalize my autounattend.xml i realized that i missed to ask server name and Ip from user. For which i'm using startnet.cmd. but looks like its not even reaching my startnet.cmd.
explaning the scenario here.
i have taken boot.wim from a winodws 2008 R2 Sp1 DVD. This boot.wim has two images in it.
Index 1. Microsoft Windows PE (x64) ->( mounted the image and saved file in x:\windows\system32)
Index 2. Microsoft windows Setup (x64)-> ( mounted the image and saved file in x:\windows\system32)
i have added startnet.cmd in both the wims but its still not reaching any of them.
when i run commad prompt during the install (by pressing shift + f10) and i browse to X:\Windows\system32, i see my startnet.cmd. but for some reason it is not being touched.
any idea ???
Thanks in advance.
This post has been edited by manishgambhir: 08 March 2012 - 04:59 PM