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Would anybody like to tell me how I make a auto-script to setup the Windows XP with some my own configration?

Thanks a lot! That's great if someone could give me a sample.

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Install Windows

Configure it all you need

Get:

norton ghost 2003

& create Ghost image of your Hdd & write it on CD or DVD.

& all Further pre configured windows installations will take 15 min.


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Before creating the image with ghost or any other imaging software run the Microsoft sys prep tool on the "golden image".

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Before creating the image with ghost or any other imaging software run the Microsoft sys prep tool on the "golden image".

Does you mean i must performing the program with a complete OS, and get a pre-progressed image? And i CANNOT to perform before an OS setup.

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#5 ·  Posted (edited)

Does you mean i must performing the program with a complete OS, and get a pre-progressed image? And i CANNOT to perform before an OS setup.

Follow goldenix's steps but before creating the image file run the system preparation tool. This will insure that no two machine's will share the same SID. If they do and they are part of a domain you will see security and other types of issues.

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Follow goldenix's steps but before creating the image file run the system preparation tool. This will insure that no two machine's will share the same SID. If they do and they are part of a domain you will see security and other types of issues.

And i have another question. The script for my self-configuration does not work when the my image has completed and the setup begin

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