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bbmak

question about risme ?

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I try to use RISME(emboot) to deploy win 98se to some old computers, and I want to know after i create an img file from the boot disk to \\risserver\remoteinstall\

I know the img use to locate the \\Servername\Reminst\Admin\I386\

How do I rip out the win 98se file from the cd rom because i stuck in the process of creating files in the remote boot folder. Should I just copy all the win 98 cd rom file to this folder where emboot locates? \\Servername\Reminst\Admin\I386\

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Its on the last page:

net use z: \\win2k\win98

Its just copying the files over from a share then starting an unattended setup.

Obviously you change that lot for your setup.

All you need to do with regards to the windows 98 files is copy all the files from win98 to your share.

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thx u guys. My bad, I should read that carefully.

My bootdisk is missing a winstall.bat

Should I just create a new one or just omit it?

i do not have the a:\net folder. which is the tcp/ip stack. what should i do?

i am using the bootdisk creator from bootdisk.com to create the bootdisk, and i am not sure that it will work.

If you disk files, please let me know where i can get it.

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The winistall.bat actually starts the setup by the look of it so I would say tis pretty essential ;)

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