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Order

Last Updated: 12/12/2016

Order specifies the order in which to execute the synchronous command.

Synchronous commands start in the order specified in the unattended installation answer file, and each command must finish before the next command starts.

To start a command that needs to finish before other commands can start, use synchronous commands. To run services or commands that can start at the same time, use RunAsynchronous instead.

RunSynchronous commands run in the user context in the auditUser configuration pass and in the system context in the specialize configuration pass.

Values

Order

Specifies the order in which synchronous commands are to be executed. Order is an integer between 1 and 500.

Valid Configuration Passes

auditUser

specialize

Parent Hierarchy

Microsoft-Windows-Deployment | RunSynchronous | RunSynchronousCommand | Order

Applies To

For a list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-Deployment.

XML Example

The following XML output shows how to set synchronous commands.

<RunSynchronous>
   <RunSynchronousCommand wcm:action="add">
      <Credentials>
         <Domain>MyDomain</Domain>
         <Password>MyPassword</Password>
         <Username>MyUsername</Username>
      </Credentials>
      <Description>MySynchCommand1</Description>
      <Order>1</Order>
      <Path>\\network\server\share\filename</Path>
      <WillReboot>OnRequest</WillReboot>
   </RunSynchronousCommand>
   <RunSynchronousCommand wcm:action="add">
      <Credentials>
         <Domain>MyDomain</Domain>
         <Password>MyPassword</Password>
         <Username>MyUsername</Username>
      </Credentials>
      <Description>MySynchCommand2</Description>
      <Order>2</Order>
      <Path>\\network\server\share\filename</Path>
      <WillReboot>OnRequest</WillReboot>
   </RunSynchronousCommand>
</RunSynchronous>

RunSynchronousCommand

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