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By jcmoffitt ·
Question about laptop refresh project.
We are upgrading sales force from Toshiba 520's to Toshiba 8000's. Utilizing two scripts we backup data from 520's to network share and restore from network share to 8000's. Via the backup script we are pulling network settings with winipcfg /all /batch filename.txt. I want to be able to insert this information back in the network settings area automatically without having to manually enter them in through the win95 gui interface. I know that you caninstall win95 across a lan with auto scripts utilizing a msbatch.inf control file. Can we use this same auto script to ONLY input bits and pieces that we want or will it allow us to do that?

I am researching this but time is of the essence so ifanyone has anyinput I would appreciate it very much.

cheers

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by jeremyb In reply to How do I do this?

Your best bet though tricky to work out the details, would be to use the Windows Registry, export the appropriate sections for the network settings, and then import them again on the new computer. Picking the right registry keys is probably the hardest part.

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by TechAdmin In reply to How do I do this?

You probably find an answer to your question.
you should close it.

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