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Monday, January 21, 2013

Installation of windows from network

Installation of windows from network

Step1:-Create the PE disk

a). open command promt of waik
    start > All program > micorosft windows AIK > Deployment tools command prompt

b). Create folder for PE and copy required files

C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\PETools>copype.cmd x86 c:\winpe86

C:\>cd Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86

C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86>copy imagex.exe c:\winpe86\iso

C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86>cd\

c:\>cd winpe86

c:\winpe86>copy winpe.wim c:\winpe86\iso\sources\boot.wim

c). Now create .iso image of folder where pe files are saved.

C:\winpe86>oscdimg -n –bc:\winpe86\etfsboot.com Cc:\winpe86\ISO c:\winpe_x86\winpe86.iso

d). Now write the .iso to CD/DVD with the help of any burning software like nero, power iso, etc...

Step2:-Save the windows7 file on a shared folder of network computer.
    Note:-according to our lab ip of this network computer is   

Step3:- Install of windows in blank compuer from network computer in PE mode

a). Boot the system using PE disk.

b).configure the ip address in subnet of source computer where file of win7 are shaved

x:\windows\system32>netsh int ip set address local static[space]

c).Now create map drive of souce's computer folder

Note:- Folder must be shared on source computer where win7 files are saved

how to crate map drive

x:\windows\system32>net use y: \\\share
type username (computer or domain\username)
type password of that user is ip of source computer
share is the name of shared folder where windows 7 is shaved

d). now go map drive that is y:


e).now run setup of windows7 using setup.exe


f). now follow the option to install windows 7

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