Unattended Installation of LEGO NXT 2

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The students in my school’s Electronics class do a segment about robotics, which they learn through the LEGO Mindstorm system. The kits come with software called LEGO NXT 2 which allows them to design and program their robots from their laptop computers. Below I’ve provided the unattended installation script I’ve created, which will allow you to easily deploy the LEGO NXT 2 software without interaction. I run the script from my Microsoft Deployment Toolkit without problems.

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