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Add a Package to an Answer File

Updated: October 20, 2013

Applies To: Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2

The following procedures describe how to add a package to an answer file by using Windows® System Image Manager (Windows SIM).

You can add a package to an answer file by using one of three options: from the Insert menu, from the Windows Image pane, or from an open distribution-share folder in the Distribution Share pane.

  1. Open Windows SIM.

  2. Create or open an answer file. For more information, see Create or Open an Answer File.

  3. Open a distribution share. For more information, see Create or Open a Distribution Share.

  4. On the Insert menu, click Package(s).

    The Select Package(s) to Insert window opens.

  5. Browse to the package that you want to add, and then click Open.

  6. In the Properties pane, under Settings, select one of the following values for Action: Install, Remove, Configure, or Stage.

  1. Open Windows SIM.

  2. Create or open an answer file. For more information, see Create or Open an Answer File.

  3. Open a distribution share. For more information, see Create or Open a Distribution Share.

  4. In the Windows Image pane, select the Packages node. Expand the node, right-click the package that you want to add to the answer file, and then click Add to Answer File.

  5. In the Properties pane, under Settings, choose one of the following values for Action: Install, Remove, Configure, or Stage.

  1. Open Windows SIM.

  2. Create or open an answer file. For more information, see Create or Open an Answer File.

  3. Open a distribution share. For more information, see Create or Open a Distribution Share.

  4. Right-click the package that you want to add to the distribution share packages directory, and then click Add to Answer File.

    The package is added to the answer file in the packages section.

  5. In the Properties pane, under Settings, choose one of the following values for Action: Install, Remove, Configure, or Stage.

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