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comment ldap samba user access issue
Accepted this to clear it up, though still haven't found the solution.
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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...
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accepted WDS Creating answer file for boot.wim
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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!