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Windows XP is a family of 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems produced by Microsoft for use on personal computers, including home and business desktops, notebook computers, and media centers.

Well, we now know how to install Windows XP on a single computer. It is more likely that we will have to install Windows XP Professional on 50, or 100, or even a 1,000 computers. Now you may be a patient soul who does not mind installing XP on 1,000 computers, one at a time. However, the odds are that business needs will require a faster, more efficient way of completing the task at hand.
Before you can use RIS to install to a client, certain conditions must be met for the client and for the network:
Windows XP is the Microsoft Windows operating system. Taking the strengths of the Windows 2000 suite-reliability, strong standards-based security and manageability-and combining them with the plug-and-play and ease-of-use features of Windows ME, have resulted in an operating system that is robust enough for a professional environment and friendly enough to use at home.
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