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Sep
10
asked Server 2008/Windows 7/Samba Unspecified error 80004005
Sep
4
comment ldap samba user access issue
Accepted this to clear it up, though still haven't found the solution.
Sep
4
accepted ldap samba user access issue
Aug
30
accepted using find and grep to empty multiple files
Aug
23
comment using find and grep to empty multiple files
Maybe... they're there as a result of other apps (joomla, etc; hence the hacked htaccess). Interestingly, the original htaccess files seem to be intact in the directory in other forms (e.g. htaccess.txt). Right now, just want them 0'd. Also, I took out the php exec($_GET) backdoor that they were using, so for now...
Aug
23
answered using find and grep to empty multiple files
Aug
23
asked using find and grep to empty multiple files
Aug
20
accepted Server 2008 Roaming Profiles and Chrome userdata
Aug
17
answered Server 2008 Roaming Profiles and Chrome userdata
Aug
17
revised Server 2008 Roaming Profiles and Chrome userdata
edited title
Aug
16
asked Server 2008 Roaming Profiles and Chrome userdata
Aug
16
accepted WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Aug
16
comment WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Right. So we have now come full circle :) When I boot via PXE into boot.wim (the one ripped from OEM CD), the first screen I am met with is the language selection. Then on to domain credentials, then on to selecting install image, then partitioning. The OP was asking about an unattend.xml for these questions (which I believe you answered with your first link in this answer with the 2 unattend.xml examples). I'm not going to test it though since MDT is working fine. Thanks!
Aug
15
comment WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
So I'm still not clear then... I should have set the unattend.xml that I created in WSIM for install.wim on my boot.wim? Or if I had the PE pass in the xml file it would have let me use the install.wim to boot with? Or I should have used 2 unattend.xml files; one for boot.wim and another for install.wim?
Aug
15
comment WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Ah. Didn't try using the unattend I created for install.wim on the boot image. At any rate, edited the question above with the xml file. Haven't hit any deal-breakers with MDT yet... just a learning process. Wish the docs were more...coordinated maybe? Found most of the helpful stuff on technet and forums; mostly for older versions that pointed me in the right direction.
Aug
15
revised WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
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Aug
15
comment WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Well it would start up on the "My language is..." select box (English was not highlighted--but was only a few below the selected lang) then after selecting English would proceed to the partition screen. Re: unattend.xml; I never got to the point of making one (for boot wim). I suppose there might be a default boot unattend.xml file for WDS, but I don't know. In the WDS server properties, enable unattended install is not selected for client (again, didn't get that far). So far am digging MDT; still fighting some battles, but like it. Thx
Aug
14
answered WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Aug
14
asked WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
Jul
6
comment mount multiple folders with nfs4 on centos
Yeah I created /var/shared specifically for the samba shares so rw is fine on that folder. Not sure what's going on with your sub-folder...is fstab rw?