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  1. I'm trying to automate WDS image deployment. I put this script together that seems to work very nicely on computers with hard drives less than 100 GB. On drives that are bigger than 100 GB or so it will only format the first 30 GB, install there and leaves the rest of the hard drive unpartitioned and untouched. I want to preserve the OEM recovery partition, wipe out everything on the rest of the hard drive and write my image there. Here's my script: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> <unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend"> <settings pass="windowsP
  2. I was put in charge of setting up WDS on the server in the shop at work. (We do IT outsourcing and deploy the same machine to multiple clients.) I finally got it up and running and no longer have to download a hundred and some odd updates from Microsoft. The problem is with MS Office 2007. For some reason, Windows Update won't update Office products that aren't activated. The machine I imaged had Office on it, but it wasn't activated. If I image a machine with an activated version of Office, will that mess up the Office activation. With my current setup I have to image the machine, acti
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