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How to use autounattend.xml in flash disk

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How to use autounattend.xml in flash disk
I have my windows vista installation disk copied to a flash disk and was able to install windows vista in attended mode from it. But my interest was to do an unattended install. So I created autounattend.xml and put it in the root of flash disk. But the installation went attended as if that file is not there.

what should I do to make it work? Remember my installation if from flash disk.
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