autounattend.xml / regional settings for Swiss German

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Raymond Geering, May 14, 2007.

  1. Hello,

    I'm trying to figure out the correct settings to make an unattend
    installation for Swiss German.

    The reference guide made me think that those settings should

    SetupUILanguage: de-de
    InputLocale: 2055:00000807
    SystemLocale: 2055
    UILanguage: 2055
    UserLocale: 2055

    However, when I start the setup, it shows me the setup screen
    to enter the language and keyboard layout. Therefore, something
    must be wrong with my settings (WillShowUI: OnError)

    Unfortunately I didn't find a solution with google so far. Any
    help would be very appreciated.

    Raymond Geering, May 14, 2007
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  2. Raymond Geering

    Bob Dorn Guest


    Since you are using the WAIK kit, is your intent to just create a light
    touch unattend distributed via a copy and imagex apply or are u using the
    BDD and WDS to deploy your vista images. The answer will depend on how you
    are deploying vista.
    Bob Dorn, May 14, 2007
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  3. Hello Bob
    Actually, I'm creating the master installation as described in the document
    "First Steps with Windows AIK", meaning I'm installing Vista from DVD
    with the autounattend.xml. Once done, I'll do the sysprep stuff and copy
    the master.wim to my network share for future use and installations.
    (using diskpart, copy, imagex /apply).

    I'm not using WDS (and unfortunately I don't know what BDD is. But
    this probybly means, I'm not using it *g*).

    Raymond Geering, May 15, 2007
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