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You need to install Windows 2000 Professional on a new computer in your network. You use the setup manager wizard to configure a fully automated installation script. file. You begin an unattended installation and leave the office.

When you return, the installation has reached the GUI-mode setup and you see the following error message "Unattended setup is unable to continue because a setup parameter specified by your system administrator or computer manufacturer is missing or invalid."

You need to complete the installation. What must you do?

A.In the unattended section of the answer file, set theOemPreinstallproperty to Yes.

B.In the NetBinding section of the answer file, specify theEnablevariable.

C.In the UserData section of the answer file, specify theProductIDvariable

D.In the GUIUnattended section of the answer file set theOemSkipWelcomeproperty to 1.

参考答案
正确答案:C
解析:Explanation: For a fully unattended installation to complete, the ProductID or product registration key, must be specified in the UserData section of the answer file. The syntax of this key is ProductId = "XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX". If this key is missing the error message is returned.

Incorrect Answers:
A: The OemPreinstall property is used to determine whether a special subdirectory, \$OEM$, should be copied to the hard drive and certain sections used during setup. This is an optional property and does not affect the success of an unattended installation.

B: The Netbindings section of the answer file refers to communication channels between various network components. This section would not generate the error message as the Netbindings section can be used to specify communication between network components on the target computer after Windows 2000 Professional has been installed on the computer.

D: The OemSkipWelcome property is used to specify whether the Windows Welcome Screen should be displayed when the system boots during the installation process. This is an optional setting that does not require user interaction during the installation process and has no effect on the success of an unattended installation of Windows 2000 Professional.
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