"Teresa Jeremy" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:

> Thanks for responding.  I should mention also that I'm performing my
> 'unattended' via PXE network boot. I read somewhere that it is
> possible to overwrite the default username, password, and share
> mapping.  Can this be done via the pxelinux.cfg/default setting?

Yes.  You just have to add some kernel parameters to the "append" line
in pxelinux.cfg/default like these:

    z_user=myself z_pass=sekrit z_path=//myserver/myshare

You can even use a DNS name for "mysever".  Probably.

If you omit any of z_user, z_pass, or z_path, they will keep their
current defaults ("guest", "guest", "//ntinstall/install",

 - Pat

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