When to use unattend.txt

Okay, I know that you use winnt.sif when doing unattended installs w/ the CD-ROM and that sysprep.inf is used to answer the mini-setup questions in Sysprep, but when is unattend.txt used?

Is it only used when installing WinXP over the network?

winnt32 /u: \\server\folder\unattend.txt


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    w^rl0rdw^rl0rd Member Posts: 329
    Come on, somebody has to know this. I know
    this forum is used for more than just posting scores.
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    zenboyzenboy Member Posts: 196
    when you don't want to be there!..hehe. sorry I couldn't answer your question.I'm currently studying for the XP myself.
    You have to be patient for others to answer. most of the people are either at work, school, or tending to some daily chores. You will usually get your answer later.
    "In the beginner's mind there are many possibilities, but in the expert's there are few" - S.Suzuki
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    wireratwirerat Member Posts: 251
    You use the unattend.txt for a network distribution share installs. The file can actually be named anything you want, unattend.txt is just the default.
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