It is tedious, but often also impossible, to set the right screen resolution for all systems.
Many laptop models will come with different screen options etc.
A neat workaround is to define an “illegal” resolution in Customsettings.ini..
By doing so the installer will attempt to set the “illegal” resolution, fail, and then fall back and use the optimum resolution reported by the graphics adapter, thus ignoring the default setting in the Unattend.xml answer file 🙂
Here the trick is done on a single PC type, Fujitsu’s LIFEBOOK E754
“You should know your environment and what happens in it and you should be able to show people what exactly has been configured in your environment. This is quite important for consultants, but also for admins. Consultants need to create a documentation after implementing ConfigMgr 2012 at a costumer’s site and admins should be able to know how their environment looks like at any given time.
Usually people ‘only’ document the most important stuff or what they think is the most important stuff. Every documentation looks different and my believe is that it shouldn’t be that way. I ‘d like to have my documentations all look the same, no matter where I create them.” Read more at: