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You can choose one of the following ways to preconfigure system configuration information. You can add the system configuration information to any of the following.
A sysidcfg file on a remote system or diskette
Note - The name_service option in the sysidcfg file automatically sets the naming service during installation of the Oracle Solaris OS. This setting overrides SMF services previously setup for site.xml. Therefore, you might need to reset your name service after installation.
The naming service database available at your site
If your site uses DHCP, you can also preconfigure some system information in the site DHCP server. For more information about how to use a DHCP server to preconfigure system information, see Preconfiguring System Configuration Information With the DHCP Service (Tasks).
Use the following table to determine whether to use a sysidcfg file or a naming service database to preconfigure system configuration information.
Table 3-1 Methods to Preconfigure System Configuration Information