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A Complete Deployment Image

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Windows 2000 deployment expert Jeffrey Ferris shows you how to combine a computer-naming script with NETSET.EXE and a network configuration script to completely deploy a Windows 2000 Professional workstation using a disk-imaging utility and SYSPREP.

Windows 2000 deployment expert Jeffrey Ferris shows you how to combine a computer-naming script with NETSET.EXE and a network configuration script to completely deploy a Windows 2000 Professional workstation using a disk-imaging utility and SYSPREP.

By now you've got your standard install image, you've modified COMPNAME.VBS to conform to your organization's naming standard, and you've written a version of JOINDOM.INF that configures workstations to use your standard network configuration (see the first three articles, “Deploying Windows 2000 Professional,” “Scripting the Computer Name,” and “Configuring Network Settings with a SYSPREP Image”). Now it's time to put all three together into a fully automated process.

What You'll Need

You'll need these components for this process:

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