Deployment Tool for the bootable Unattended Windows installation

Every time I need to create an unattended Windows Installation CD, or simply create a bootable CD out of the Windows CD files, I use a tool called nLite which is really good IMMO. You can download it at: or try if you are trying to make it work with Vista

The main reason I wanted to write about this is because every time I need that tool, I forget the name and try for like 30 min to guess it. This program has a wide range of options that let you configure many aspects of the installation as well as components to install and the ability to slipstream a service pack (useful if you want to make a Windows XP with SP3 CD out of your Windows XP with SP2 CD and XP SP3)

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