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During Windows Setup, keys and values are drawn from the answer file and the UDF. If a key is specified in both the answer file and the UDF, what happens?

During Windows Setup, keys and values are drawn from the answer file and the UDF. If a key is specified in both the answer file and the UDF, what happens?

  • The value in the UDF is used.
  • If the keys match, either value can be used.
  • The value in the answer file is used.
  • No value is set. The user will be prompted for the correct value. 
During Windows Setup, keys and values are drawn from the answer file and the UDF. If a key is specified in both the answer file and the UDF, what happens?

EXPLANATION

The answer file is a customized script that answers the Setup questions without requiring user input. Information in the answer file is divided into sections. Each section begins with the section name in square brackets, on a line by itself. Each section may contain one or more keys, with associated values. Each key is a character string, recognizable by the Setup program, that controls an element of the configuration to be installed. The same sections and keys are used in the uniqueness data files (UDFs), provided they are used after text-mode setup. If a key is specified in both the answer file and the UDF, the value in the UDF is used.
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