Specifying the target partition for unattended install of Vista

Written by on Tuesday, January 1, 2008 10:26 - 0 Comments

Here is a tip on specifying the target partition when performing an unattended install of Windows Vista.

When you create an answer file for unattended installation of Vista, you must specify which partition and which disk drive you want to install the operating system onto. You normally do this by configuring the following component:

Microsoft-Windows-SetupInstallImageOSImageInstallTo

Normally, you configure the settings named DiskID and PartitionID for this component. But if you simply want to install Vista on the first partition of your first hard drive, leave these settings blank and instead go to the following component:

Microsoft-Windows-SetupInstallImageOSImage

and set the value of InstallToAvailablePartition to True. ')}

Article written by MyComputerAid.com



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