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Windows 7: Windows 7 32bit Install USB & Unattend

16 May 2010   #1
oberatixx

windows 7
 
 
Windows 7 32bit Install USB & Unattend

I just started off working as a network admin and I was wondering if I could ask for some help on creating a Windows 7 32bit boot from USB with an autounattend file to answer the prompts that come up. In regards to the autounattend file, is it possible to have it automatically format the drive and create a specific computer name? Thanks in advance.


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16 May 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by oberatixx View Post
I just started off working as a network admin and I was wondering if I could ask for some help on creating a Windows 7 32bit boot from USB with an autounattend file to answer the prompts that come up. In regards to the autounattend file, is it possible to have it automatically format the drive and create a specific computer name? Thanks in advance.

Format is not problem. DO you want it to add one specific name for all machines or unique for each?
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17 May 2010   #3
oberatixx

windows 7
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zigzag3143 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by oberatixx View Post
I just started off working as a network admin and I was wondering if I could ask for some help on creating a Windows 7 32bit boot from USB with an autounattend file to answer the prompts that come up. In regards to the autounattend file, is it possible to have it automatically format the drive and create a specific computer name? Thanks in advance.

Format is not problem. DO you want it to add one specific name for all machines or unique for each?
I would like to add one specific name for all the machines so I have a generic install, then I can change the name later if need be.
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