Defining settings for Microsoft Windows servers
In a system package, you define settings for the Microsoft Windows server so the provisioning process can set them during the unattended installation of the Windows operating system.
In addition to providing installation settings, a system package can also define a Batch Job that installs software and performs other configurations on the target server.
This topic includes the following sections:
To define Windows server settings
- In the Depot folder, navigate to the system package you want to define. Right-click the system package and select Open.
A tab for the system package appears in the content editor.
- To define standard system package settings, click the tabs at the bottom of the system package tab. Each tab represents a category of settings, as described in the following sections:
- Pre-install scripts - Windows
- Disk partition - Windows
- Post-disk partition - Windows
- Basic configuration - Windows
- Computer settings - Windows 2008 or later
- Computer settings - Windows operating systems earlier than Windows 2008
- OS components - Windows 2008 or later
- OS components - Windows operating systems earlier than Windows 2008
- Network - Windows
- Unattend entries - Windows 2008 or later
- Unattend entries - Windows operating systems earlier than Windows 2008
- Post-install configuration - Windows and Windows R2
- Local properties - Windows
- When you finish defining settings for the system package, click the system package tab and select File > Save.