To use this new Custom Option all you need to do is add this to your ini file:
The 2k3Version must = L, D, S, A or B.
Any of these letters will do the exact same thing (For now)... but they represent the Windows 2003 IDENT files...
WIN51IL = Small Business server 2003 WIN51ID = Data Center Server 2003 WIN51IA = Enterprise Server 2003 WIN51IS = Standard Server 2003 WIN51IB = Web Server 2003
Anyone who has played around with making a windows 2003 server SP1 multiboot disk knows it is a pain in the butt untill you know what you are doing. This little entrie in Windows XP PowerPacker makes that job simple.
I have tested it with a Custom Pack Name (Which I recommend). You will have to edit BOOT\cdshell.ini manually to show your custom 2003 pack as a menu item. Also you can use the Tri-Pack option... but the DriverPacks may not work 100% And you will be stuck with the names for XP for the folder creation.
For Windows XP Version and Edition... You just select anything.