[SASAG] windows automated installs

Kurt Buff kurt.buff at gmail.com
Wed Jan 3 15:50:24 PST 2007


Well, yes, but the error rate on that application can be quite high,
and the paperwork to acquire is sometimes onerous.

As well, the application expires much too quickly, and you lose your
data and have to retrain.

Kurt

On 1/3/07, Alex Matviychuk <alexmat at gmail.com> wrote:
> I use a package called "INTERN". It also has a features like getting
> you coffee and complaining about the smells in the employee bathroom.
>
> You can order a copy from your local technical college or university.
>
> -Alex
>
> On 1/3/07, Robin Battey <zanfur at zanfur.com> wrote:
> > What have people used for automated installations of Windows?  I'm looking
> > for something similar to Kickstart, but for Windows.  In particular, I
> > need some way of installing Windows, installing Office and various other
> > programs, and joining the domain that requires no user intervention.  One
> > of those "start it, go to lunch, come back and it's finished" deals.
> >
> > Any pointers would be appreciated.  Cheers!
> > -robin
> >
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