We're doing a WDK presentation this morning for a bunch of driver development groups. When we arrived yesterday we discovered that each attendee had been provided with two systems, a laptop and a 64-bit system connected via cross-over cable. We decided to leverage that by enabling each person to walk through our demos hands-on. The problem was that the OS on the 64-bit systems was not booting. So, this morning we came in and installed ASI on each of the laptops then used it to install Windows Server 2003 on each of the 64-bit systems. By 8:00 all the systems were running setup and we were eating breakfast. By 8:30 we were ready to start the first session.