Answer File


Definition of ANSWER FILE in Network Encyclopedia.

What is an Answer File?

Answer File is a text file that can be used to perform an unattended installation of a Microsoft Windows operating system like Windows 10.

How Answer File Works

In the answer file, you specify in advance the answers to the user prompts that occur during a normal installation.



This can include specifications such as what keyboard layout to use, whether the computer should join a domain or belong to a workgroup, what network protocols should be installed, and so on.

The answer file is invoked using the /u switch when running the winnt or winnt32 setup utility. Answer files can be customized for individual machines by using Uniqueness Database Files (UDFs). The UDFs can be used to specify computer-specific parameters such as the computer name.

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In the answer file, you specify in advance the answers to the user prompts that occur during a normal installation. This can include specifications such as what keyboard layout to use, whether the computer should join a domain or belong to a workgroup, what network protocols should be installed, and so on. The answer file is invoked using the /u switch when running the winnt or winnt32 setup utility. Answer files can be customized for individual machines by using Uniqueness Database Files (UDFs). The UDFs can be used to specify computer-specific parameters such as the computer name.



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