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Unattend.txt

May be a silly question, but where can I find this file? Its not in the
4.9.2 client I downloaded.

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Re: Unattend.txt

On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 15:22:25 GMT, JohnNash@tsky.us wrote:

>May be a silly question, but where can I find this file? Its not in the
>4.9.2 client I downloaded.


Did you look in the WINNT\i386\admin folder?

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Re: Unattend.txt

Yeah, all I have listed is cuagent.ini,nciman.exe,writeip.dat,writeip.exe
and an NLS folder.

I did a search for the file just for kicks and returned no results
(unattend*.*).



> On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 15:22:25 GMT, JohnNash@tsky.us wrote:
>
> >May be a silly question, but where can I find this file? Its not in the
> >4.9.2 client I downloaded.

>
> Did you look in the WINNT\i386\admin folder?
>
> ---------------
> Donald Albury
> Novell Product Support Volunteer SysOp
> Sorry, no replies to e-mail responses
>
> "If something is so complicated that you can't
> explain it in 10 seconds, then it's probably not
> worth knowing anyway." Bill Waterson


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Re: Unattend.txt

On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 19:36:18 GMT, JohnNash@tsky.us wrote:

>Yeah, all I have listed is cuagent.ini,nciman.exe,writeip.dat,writeip.exe
>and an NLS folder.
>
>I did a search for the file just for kicks and returned no results
>(unattend*.*).


If you run nciman and save the file, it will create a file suitable
for unattended installs using any name you want. There is nothing
sacred about the name "unattend".

---------------
Donald Albury
Novell Product Support Volunteer SysOp
Sorry, no replies to e-mail responses

"If something is so complicated that you can't
explain it in 10 seconds, then it's probably not
worth knowing anyway." Bill Waterson
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Re: Unattend.txt

ah I get it. I'm in business.

Thanks for your help!


> On Fri, 22 Jul 2005 19:36:18 GMT, JohnNash@tsky.us wrote:
>
> >Yeah, all I have listed is

cuagent.ini,nciman.exe,writeip.dat,writeip.exe
> >and an NLS folder.
> >
> >I did a search for the file just for kicks and returned no results
> >(unattend*.*).

>
> If you run nciman and save the file, it will create a file suitable
> for unattended installs using any name you want. There is nothing
> sacred about the name "unattend".
>
> ---------------
> Donald Albury
> Novell Product Support Volunteer SysOp
> Sorry, no replies to e-mail responses
>
> "If something is so complicated that you can't
> explain it in 10 seconds, then it's probably not
> worth knowing anyway." Bill Waterson


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