Chapter 4. Managing Interactive Installations

For many situations in which you're about to install Microsoft Windows Server 2003 onto a new computer system—a bare-metal or a clean installation to a computer you can sit in front of—booting from the Windows Server 2003 CD-ROM is certainly the simplest. You need only configure the server to boot from the CD-ROM by setting the boot device order in the BIOS and provide information when prompted. The exception to this is when you must specify command-line switches, which might require you to boot from a floppy disk with ...

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