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Windows Thread, XP SP3 and RIS. Not happy in Technical; nLite also prohibits any non personal use :P It can create some issues with sysprep too, mostly to do with ...
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    nLite also prohibits any non personal use :P

    It can create some issues with sysprep too, mostly to do with code page files.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMcCoy View Post
    nLite also prohibits any non personal use :P

    It can create some issues with sysprep too, mostly to do with code page files.
    Nuhi (nLite's creator) has only stated this so that people don't hold him responsible if things go wrong in their mission critical environment. I read on MSFN that he's fine with it so long as you don't hold him to task!

    Either way, I prefer nLite much more than sysprep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zoom7000 View Post
    The method I use to RIS PCs:

    Copy Windows XP SP3 Build (Downloaded from Technet) to HDD
    Use nLite to integrate the following:
    Post SP3 Update Pack
    All my Addon Packs (Office 2003, Flash 9, Adobe Reader 8.1.2, .net 1/1.1/2/3/3.5, Java 6 update 5, Paint.Net, K-Lite Codec Pack, Some additional CPL tools and my registry tweaks)
    Other nLite Tweaks

    Then, add all the drivers to $OEM$\$1\Drivers\<Hardware>
    Also copy these drivers directly into the I386 folder
    The only drivers that I want to install are ethernet drivers that are all in 1 folder "LAN'
    Do I have to put them under "$OEM$\$1\Drivers\" as a folder or all the drivers directly into 'Drivers'?
    And what for i386? Just the folder 'LAN' or all the inf, cat, sys files in it?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingskawn View Post
    The only drivers that I want to install are ethernet drivers that are all in 1 folder "LAN'
    Do I have to put them under "$OEM$\$1\Drivers\" as a folder or all the drivers directly into 'Drivers'?
    And what for i386? Just the folder 'LAN' or all the inf, cat, sys files in it?

    Thanks!
    add the .inf and .sys files to the i386 folder

    How to add a third-party OEM network adapter to a RIS installation

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    There is an issue with SP3 and HP computers. Also it afffects Intel boards as well. I can't find anything on the MS site but there is a little bit of info on the HP site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomscaper View Post
    add the .inf and .sys files to the i386 folder

    How to add a third-party OEM network adapter to a RIS installation
    I've got no RIS server. I've a SCCM server that does the deployment but I'm wanting to make a WIM image of XP with post-SP2 done on nlite.
    I've got a wim file but the network drive isn't recognized to integrate the pc into the domain. So everything that it must install, won't install.



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