7.2. Installing Operating Systems
Operating systems can be installed in two generic ways: attended or unattended. During an attended installation, you walk through the installation and answer the questions as prompted. Questions typically ask for the product key, the directory in which you want to install the OS, and relevant network settings.
As simple as attended installations may be, they're time-consuming and administrator-intensive in that they require someone to fill in a fair number of fields to move through the process. Unattended installations allow you to configure the OS with little or no human intervention.
Working in the computing field, you know that Windows 2000 is a decade old and that you would never install it on a system ...