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yep, you can specify it in the unnatended file for xp.

 

 

[GuiUnattended]
;    Arguments=					; Used with Detached programs to provide arguments
   OEMSkipRegional=1				; Indicates Regional info GUI to be skipped in setup
;     EncryptedAdminPassword=No			; For OEMs allows use of hashpwd.exe cannot be used with autologon
   TimeZone=255				; Sets Timezone 010=Mountain
   OemSkipWelcome=1				; Used to skip welcome screens in GUI setup
;    ProfilesDir=""				; Allows to change default location of profiles
   AutoLogon="Yes"				; Indicates that system should autologon after reboot
   AutoLogonCount=999				; Number of times to auto logon
;    DetachedProgram=""				; Specifies programs to run concurrently with Setup
ProfilesDir = "D:\Documents and Settings"

 

 

and under

oobeSystem -> x86_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral -> Folder locations for Vista and 7

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yep, you can specify it in the unnatended file for xp.

 

 

[GuiUnattended]
;    Arguments=					; Used with Detached programs to provide arguments
   OEMSkipRegional=1				; Indicates Regional info GUI to be skipped in setup
; 	EncryptedAdminPassword=No			; For OEMs allows use of hashpwd.exe cannot be used with autologon
   TimeZone=255				; Sets Timezone 010=Mountain
   OemSkipWelcome=1				; Used to skip welcome screens in GUI setup
;    ProfilesDir=""				; Allows to change default location of profiles
   AutoLogon="Yes"				; Indicates that system should autologon after reboot
   AutoLogonCount=999				; Number of times to auto logon
;    DetachedProgram=""				; Specifies programs to run concurrently with Setup
ProfilesDir = "D:\Documents and Settings"

 

 

and under

oobeSystem -> x86_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral -> Folder locations for Vista and 7

 

 

 

Note that under 7 i suggest you look up hardlinking instead of using different partitions for data storage. removes complexity from the desktop environment when looking to update in future. we have moved from a c/d drive environment to a C/Hardlinking environment with our customers to save on hardware costs when backing up etc....

 

 

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im not clever in playing with this

oobeSystem -> x86_Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup_neutral -> Folder locations for Vista and 7

can you tell me where to edit that please :)

thanks

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In WSIM, open your unattended.xml file, mount the windows wim, and then search the list for x86_..... drag it over to oobeSystem , configure as required :-)

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