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add a virtual device at boot

Hi all again, I have to install a windows 2008 r2 with an unattend.xml file at boot. Now on VMWare i'm doing the following workflow: 1. Create the Autounattend.xml with WAIK 2. Create an iso with this file 3. On VMware i create a new virtual machine 4. On the first Virtual CD/DVD i add the Windows 2008 r2 iso 5. On the second virtual CD/DVD i add the unattend.xml iso 6. I boot the VM and the installation works fine.

On OpenStack, how can i add the unattend.xml file to the installation? Is there a way to add a second iso?

Thank you all

add a virtual device at boot

Hi all again, I have to install a windows 2008 r2 with an unattend.xml file at boot. boot.

Now on VMWare i'm doing the following workflow: 1. workflow:

  1. Create the Autounattend.xml with WAIK 2. WAIK
  2. Create an iso with this file 3. file
  3. On VMware i create a new virtual machine 4. machine
  4. On the first Virtual CD/DVD i add the Windows 2008 r2 iso 5. iso
  5. On the second virtual CD/DVD i add the unattend.xml iso 6. iso
  6. I boot the VM and the installation works fine.

On OpenStack, how can i add the unattend.xml file to the installation? Is there a way to add a second iso?

Thank you all

add a virtual device at boot

Hi all again, I have to install a windows 2008 r2 with an unattend.xml file at boot.

Now on VMWare i'm doing the following workflow:

  1. Create the Autounattend.xml with WAIK
  2. Create an iso with this file
  3. On VMware i create a new virtual machine
  4. On the first Virtual CD/DVD i add the Windows 2008 r2 iso
  5. On the second virtual CD/DVD i add the unattend.xml iso
  6. I boot the VM and the installation works fine.

On OpenStack, how can i add the unattend.xml file to the installation? Is there a way to add a second iso?

Thank you all

How to add a virtual device at bootboot for Windows 2008 Server?

Hi all again, I have to install a windows 2008 r2 with an unattend.xml file at boot.

Now on boot. On VMWare i'm doing the following workflow:

  1. Create the Autounattend.xml with WAIK
  2. Create an iso with this file
  3. On VMware i create a new virtual machine
  4. On the first Virtual CD/DVD i add the Windows 2008 r2 iso
  5. On the second virtual CD/DVD i add the unattend.xml iso
  6. I boot the VM and the installation works fine.

On OpenStack, how can i add the unattend.xml file to the installation? installation? Is there a way to add a second iso?

Thank you alliso? (Using Havana at the moment)