Unattend entries - Windows operating systems earlier than Windows 2008
The Unattend Entries tab lets you modify the contents of the unattend.txt file, which is a file used in unattended installations of Microsoft Windows operating system earlier than Windows 2008.
The unattend.txt file is used in unattended installations to provide answers to the prompts that would be provided interactively in a live installation. When you define settings of system package, your input is automatically converted into entries in the first edit box of the Unattend Entries tab.
You can add entries to the unattend.txt file and customize the file by editing existing entries.
If you create a custom unattend.txt file, then when you create a Provision Job using the system package, the wizard displays the Customized Unattend Entries panel. You can use the panel to edit the custom unattend.txt file for the particular Provision Job.
To leave existing unattend.txt entries unchanged and add entries
To leave the automatically generated entries in the first edit box unchanged and add entries for configuration elements that are not covered by the system package tabs, use this procedure.
To change existing unattend.txt entries
To modify the automatically generated entries in the first edit box and also add entries, use this procedure.
Proceed to the Post-install configuration - Windows and Windows R2 tab.