Capturing a Reference Image
Exercise 4.2| Creating an Answer File|
Overview| In Exercise 4.2, you use the Windows System Image Manager to create an answer file that partitions a computer’s disk during the Windows 7 installation procedure.| Completion time| 15 minutes|
Question 1 | What will the properties you have just configured do when you include them in an answer file that you use to install Windows 7? With the properties that I just configured when included in the answer file , it will set a partition named Windows to be active with NTFS file system, the partition is the C drive with a partition. The selected partition will be set to those settings|
17.Take a screen shot of the Windows System Image Manager window by pressing Alt+Prt Scr and paste it into your Lab04_worksheet file in the page provided by pressing Ctrl+V.
Exercise 4.3| Creating a Windows PE Boot Image|
Overview| In Exercise 4.3, you use the tools provided with Windows 7 AIK to create a Windows PE boot image.| Completion time| 10 minutes|
Question 2 | How can you use the Boot.wim image file to boot a workstation into Windows PE? The Boot.wim is am image of the Windows preboot environment files so if we booted our work station using the Boot.wim image would be able to open the PE .|
Exercise 4.4| Capturing an Image|
Overview| In Exercise 4.4, you boot your workstation with the Windows PE disk you created and use the Image.exe program to capture an image of the workstation’s drive.| Completion time| 30 minutes|
Question 3| Why is it necessary to run Sysprep.exe n the workstation before you capture an image of it?Sysprep.exe prepares Windows & computers for imaging, auditing, and deployment. It is required to be run to prepare the computer by removing all the individualized configuration information before the image is caprured.| Question 4| What is the exact size of the image file you created, in bytes.The exact...