Many customers used on Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 machines other names for the OS folder other than "Windows " (eg. WINNT) and now want to continue to use a different directory name for future OSes.
This was possible back then by using the setting TargetPath in the Unattend.txt.
Starting with Windows Vista / Windows Server 2008, this has changed and you can not change the Windows folder anymore. The hard-coded directory where the operating system is now installed is "Windows ".
In the WAIK documentation the "TargetPath" entry is now addressed as “deprecated”:
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003
Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2 setting
Platforms Core Team
Something happened to my W7 and I can't repair it.
I found this:www.sevenforums.com/.../89461-restore-your-win-7-pc-fully-windows-old-folder.html
But practically I don't know how to install in the same directory (or does this happens automatically?)
Thanks for an advice!
I pit the story of my W7 misadventures on www.sevenforums.com/newreply.php and www.sevenforums.com/.../172915-windows-7-not-fully-starting.html