My partner and I have created an unattended file and have it an OS container. We are also using the pre-installed IBM Sysprep OS module. For some reason, only part of our unattend file gets read and we can't figure it out. We need help.
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What part of the file gets read in? Some of the data in that file can be overridden by the variables in the Base Map.
Answered 10/23/2005 by: jasondell
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The items that are getting over written is the Time Zone and information in the Identification section. We created an unattend.txt and made a module for that and Sysprep.
Answered 10/25/2005 by: tdjb3
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Lenovo provides a way to inject a unattend.txt file with IUB3. If you look in the source/copyI386 directory (under your current repository) you will find unattend file templates for both WXP and W2K and a batch file called ModuleN.bat. These are the files you will need to use you own custom unattend.txt. Please refer to the IUB3 User Guide for a detail explaination of this tool. Again it is called ModuleN.bat and if you do a search for unattend.txt or ModuleN.bat you should find what you are looking for in the User Guide. If you have any other questions let me know.

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Answered 10/25/2005 by: jasondell
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