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Dropping Windows Installating on a Server

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I would like to install 64-bit Windows XP/2003 on a remote computer I cannot have physical access to. Before I waste any time on it, which would be slow process in any case, I would like to hear a prognosis if there is any chance it can be done at all.

The installation should resume after all files have been copied from the "CD" (onto the active harddisk partition by me) and, without asking a single question, including about the serial number and languages, proceed with the installation, reboot as many times as needed, configure the network adapters with DHCP, and give me access via Terminal Services.

Edit: Failed to do it. The installation might be missing a mass storage driver.

Edited by j7n, 10 August 2012 - 10:42 AM.



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