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Automating Installations by Using the Microsoft Windows 2000 Setup Manager.


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Automating Installations by Using the Microsoft Windows 2000 Setup Manager Create setup scripts simply and easily. Create and modify answer files and UDFs with a graphical interface. Include application setup scripts in the answer file.
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Using so as to come Installations the Microsoft Windows 2000 Setup Manager Create setup scripts basically and effortlessly. Make and adjust answer documents and UDFs with a graphical interface. Incorporate application setup scripts in the answer record. Make the dispersion organizer utilized for the establishment records. 1

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Setup Manager Presents Three Options When Started Create A New Answer File Create An Answer File That Duplicates This Computer’s Configuration Modify An Existing Answer File

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Introducing Disk Duplication Install Windows 2000 on a few PCs with indistinguishable equipment. Make a plate picture of a Windows 2000 establishment. Duplicate the plate picture to numerous PCs. You’ll have the capacity to reinstall PCs rapidly. Utilize the System Preparation apparatus (Sysprep.exe) to make the picture. Utilize outsider plate imaging apparatuses to convey the picture.

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Examining the Disk Duplication Process Install and design Windows 2000 on a test PC. Introduce and design any applications on the test PC. Introduce any application overhaul packs on the test PC. Run the System Preparation apparatus on the test PC.

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Installing the Windows 2000 System Preparation Tool Extract the records from Deploy.cab. Duplicate these documents onto the test PC.

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Using the System Preparation Tool Every PC must have an one of a kind SID. Each expert picture has a Mini-Setup wizard added to it. Runs the first run through the PC is begun Guides a client through entering client particular data Enters the client particular data naturally if scripted Every destination PC must match the expert PC.

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Installing Windows 2000 from a Master Disk Image Run Sysprep on your test PC. Run an outsider plate picture duplicating instrument. Save the new circle picture on a mutual envelope or CD-ROM. Duplicate this picture to the various destination PCs. Begin the destination PCs and the Mini-Setup wizard begins. Give a Sysprep.inf document to sidestep the Mini-Setup wizard.

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Understanding Remote Installation Remote establishment is the most proficient strategy for sending Windows 2000 Professional. The procedure of performing a remote establishment comprises of Connecting to a Remote Installation Services (RIS) server. Beginning a programmed establishment of Windows 2000 Professional.

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The Benefits of Remote Installation Enables remote establishment of Windows 2000 Professional Simplifies server picture administration Supports recuperation of the working framework and PC Retains security settings in the wake of restarting the destination PC Reduces Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

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Examining the Prerequisites RIS is accessible just with Windows 2000 Server items. RIS obliges extra system administrations. DNS Service DHCP Service Active Directory catalog administrations RIS is introduced on a volume that is shared over the system.

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The Remote Installation Services Setup Wizard Installs the RIS programming Creates the remote establishment organizer Copies the Windows 2000 Professional establishment documents to the server Adds .SIF records Configures the Client Installation wizard screens Updates the registry Starts the obliged Remote Installation Services

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Client Computers That Support Remote Installation Meet the Net PC determination Have a NIC (system interface card or system connector) with a PXE boot ROM and BIOS support for beginning from it Have an upheld NIC and a remote establishment boot plate

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Net PCs Have the capacity to perform a system boot Manage overhauls Prevent clients from changing the equipment or working framework design Have extra arrangement prerequisites for RIS establishments

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Computers Not Meeting the Net PC Specification Install a NIC with a PXE boot ROM. Set BIOS to begin from the PXE boot ROM. Relegate the client right “Log on as a cluster job.” Assign the client authorizations to make PC accounts.

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Creating Boot Disks Create a boot plate If the NIC is not outfitted with a PXE boot ROM. In the event that the BIOS does not permit beginning from the NIC. Utilize the boot plate to mimic the PXB boot process. Run Rbfg.exe to make a boot circle.

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Identifying Client Upgrade Paths Upgrade Microsoft Windows 95 to Windows 2000 Professional. Redesign Microsoft Windows 98 to Windows 2000 Professional. Redesign Windows NT Workstation 3.51 and 4 to Windows 2000 Professional. Update Windows NT 3.1 or 3.5 to Windows NT 3.51 or 4 first.

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Identifying Hardware Requirements Intel Pentium processor 166 MHz or higher 32 MB or a greater amount of memory 650 MB or all the more free space on the boot allotment VGA or higher feature card and screen CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drive for CD-ROM establishments Network interface card and related links Keyboard and mouse or other guiding gadget

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Generating a Hardware Compatibility Report Use the Windows 2000 Compatibility instrument. Run Winnt32/checkupgradeonly. Run the Chkupgrd.exe utility. Audit the report Generated as a content archive Documents contradictory equipment and programming

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Identifying Incompatible Software Third-gathering systems administration conventions without an overhaul in i386\Winntupg Third-party customer programming without a redesign in i386\Winntupg All antivirus applications All circle portion programming Custom force administration programming or apparatuses

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Upgrading Windows 95 or Windows 98 Run Winnt32.exe. Acknowledge the permit assention. Make a PC represent PCs in the space. Give any application redesign packs. Choose on the off chance that you need to move up to NTFS. Check the Compatibility report and proceed if perfect.

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Installing the Directory Service Client Install on contrary PCs running Windows 95 or Windows 98. Gives backing to Active Directory components Using shortcoming tolerant Dfs Searching Active Directory index administrations Changing your secret key on any space controller Install Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.01 or later on PCs running Windows 95 and empower the Active Desktop. Run Dsclient.exe.

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Upgrading Windows NT 3.51 and 4 Clients Run the Windows 2000 Compatibility device. Run Winnt32 and select Upgrade To Windows 2000 (Recommended). No Directory Service Client is accessible for Windows NT 3.51 or Windows NT 4.

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Installing Service Packs in Previous Versions of Windows You introduced the working framework and after that connected obliged administration packs. You needed to reinstall parts subsequent to introducing an administration pack. Windows 2000 wipes out the need to reinstall segments.

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Slipstreaming Service Packs Integrates administration packs with the Windows 2000 establishment records Allows you to keep one expert picture of the working framework. Introduces the administration pack records amid the Windows 2000 establishment. Spares time. Apply new administration packs by running Update.exe with the/slip switch.

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Deploying Service Packs After Windows 2000 Is Installed Run Update.exe to supplant the current Windows 2000 documents with the proper new records from the administration pack. Including and evacuating administrations does not oblige administration packs to be reapplied. Windows 2000 naturally perceives that an administration pack has been connected. Windows 2000 consequently duplicates the important records from either the Windows 2000 establishment documents or the administration pack introduce area.

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