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    Win2k Sysprep Question

    Hi all,

    I am writing my first sysprep.inf and it all works like a dream -
    except one thing.


    I need to auto select the Per Server / Per Seat license section.


    I have found the values :-


    [LicenseFilePrintData]
    AutoMode=PerServer
    AutoUsers=5

    And put them in my sysprep.inf

    I have read somewhere that you need to set the value of AutoUsers > 5
    to stop the prompt but it does not matter if I set it to 6 or 10 it
    still bring the dialogue box up and asks me to confirm. The only thing
    that changes is that it auto fills in the number of licenses (eg 5, 6,
    10 whatever I entered).


    HELP ! :O)


    Any thoughts on this one?


    Many thanks.


    Moose

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    Quote Originally Posted by moosehound View Post
    Hi all,

    I am writing my first sysprep.inf and it all works like a dream -
    except one thing.


    I need to auto select the Per Server / Per Seat license section.


    I have found the values :-


    [LicenseFilePrintData]
    AutoMode=PerServer
    AutoUsers=5

    And put them in my sysprep.inf

    I have read somewhere that you need to set the value of AutoUsers > 5
    to stop the prompt but it does not matter if I set it to 6 or 10 it
    still bring the dialogue box up and asks me to confirm. The only thing
    that changes is that it auto fills in the number of licenses (eg 5, 6,
    10 whatever I entered).


    HELP ! :O)


    Any thoughts on this one?


    Many thanks.


    Moose
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    Hi, thansk for that.

    In the end I added FullUnattended to the script and it then took the command.

    Was a real pain tho as I then had to delete all network stuff and force an error so it prompted for network details... ho hum :O)

    thanks,

    moose

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