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Topic # 111760 14-Nov-2012 09:59
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http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/85813-windows-7-universal-installation-disc-create.html

Does this work?
Can this be done?
Have I been hiding under a rock for the last X number of years?
I can't see anything illegal about it.....?




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  Reply # 716905 14-Nov-2012 10:52
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See no prblem with doing that! On Windows deployment server you can chave as many as you want including other OSes :)





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  Reply # 716973 14-Nov-2012 11:45
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Nothing illegal, but you will of course require the appropriate license key for the version you are installing.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 717060 14-Nov-2012 14:27
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allan: Nothing illegal, but you will of course require the appropriate license key for the version you are installing.


I know ;)

It just seems a cool idear :)




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  Reply # 717066 14-Nov-2012 14:41
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Yeah I got one for Vista and one for 7. Cool if you're always (re)installing Windows OS.

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