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Write a script with a never-ending loop like this: do { # check whatever you want to check and react to it... Start-Sleep -Seconds 30 } until ($false) Press CRTL+C to terminate


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It sounds as though you're editing the XML for the answer file directly - I would highly recommend that you install Windows Automated Installation Kit (available from Microsoft here) and use the Windows System Image Manager tool therein to edit your answer files using a more user-friendly method, as per the Microsoft Documentation here. Specifically, ...


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The WDS clients should be getting their DNS server assignments from DHCP. Check that the DNS servers that are being assigned by DHCP from the router are correct.


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The solution I ended up using was preloading the certificates that were used to digitally sign the driver. If those certificates are in the computers certificate store then the driver installation prompt will not be displayed.



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