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  1. Hi, as said above I found this forum and this tool a while ago and Win Toolkit works wonderful for me. But - there is always someting new to learn... I tried to master the autounattend.xml - but failed so far (of course I have tried the "Unattneded Creater" tool - but so far I have failed). My basic wish is to have the whole installprocess automated, with erase everything on my ssd in the "where do you want to install Windows" screen. This might be a very simple thing to do - but I have failed. So I take a chanse and ask here, where I sofar found very good information. ps. I run Windows 7 ult 64-bit.
  2. What is the difference between applying a Product Key via WIM manager and Applying a product key via the Unattended Tool? If their is a difference, what is difference in the in mechanics behind the two methods? Any one? * Bump *
  3. Hi WinToolkit Users i try to make an new Win7-DVD with removed ei.cfg and all works fine. I can choose the windowsversion (home, pro, ...) but how can i create an Autounattend.xml with all the trialkeys? Home -> Homekey Pro -> Prokey and so on ... i read some keywords like aik, wism, wim-manager. i also read the article "Create your own Autounattend.xml All-In-One (x86/amd64)" but i only need the Autounattend.xml for x64. I create 4 Autounattend.xml with only different serials but what now? I cant put all of them in the DVD-Root. Is there a good easy way to realize this? THX 4 help (sorry. i think the answer is here in the forum but i dont find them)
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