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 ...
6th June 2008, 02:40 PM #16
nLite also prohibits any non personal use :P
It can create some issues with sysprep too, mostly to do with code page files.
6th June 2008, 02:58 PM #17
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!
Originally Posted by DMcCoy
Either way, I prefer nLite much more than sysprep.
5th September 2008, 12:16 PM #18
- Rep Power
The only drivers that I want to install are ethernet drivers that are all in 1 folder "LAN'
Originally Posted by Zoom7000
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?
5th September 2008, 12:32 PM #19
add the .inf and .sys files to the i386 folder
Originally Posted by kingskawn
How to add a third-party OEM network adapter to a RIS installation
5th September 2008, 12:59 PM #20
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.
5th September 2008, 02:38 PM #21
- Rep Power
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.
Originally Posted by tomscaper
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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