Answer File Keys and Values
Every key in an answer file must have a value assigned to it; however, some keys are optional, and some keys have default values that are used if the key is omitted.
Key values are strings of text unless numeric is specified. If numeric is specified, the value is decimal unless otherwise noted.Note
Keys are not case sensitive; they can be uppercase or lowercase.
For more information about answer file keys and values, see the "Microsoft Windows 2000 Guide to Unattended Setup"Unattend.doc) on the Microsoft Windows 2000 operating system CD. The Unattend.doc file is part of the Deploy.cab file in the \Support\Tools folder. On Windows 98 or Windows 2000, use Windows Explorer to extract this document. On earlier versions of Windows, or from MS-DOS, use the Extract command to access the file.