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Unattended Windows Command Lines Custom Windows Install Disk

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I am trying to add my Microsoft Office to my Windows 7 Install Disk. I have read all about the $OEM$ folders, and that is not completely what i'm looking for. I want to do this in one of two ways. 1: being that i use the $OEM$ folder to place my Office install into a temp folder that will self delete after the install (or any folder that will have a command to delete after install). or 2: Place the Office Install files on the dvd in a location that will not copy to my HDD, then use the Setupcomplete.CMD to locate the DvD drive letter and install from the DvD itself. yes i know that i will need to use a DvD9 disk to make this work, because i still have drivers i need to add to the DvD. I have looked at many Cammand Lines but many was reported not to work and others was doing things i did not understand. I'm looking for a straight forward response. Thank You

Edited by tlhill76, 16 July 2013 - 09:21 PM.

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Take a look an the WinToolkit: http://www.wincert.n.../5-win-toolkit/

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