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Standard FreeBSD install by circumventing sysinstall

Many of our machines are using the same FreeBSD install apart from details such as user name and node name. What would be an efficient way to install these machines without having to go through the sysinstall questions every time? We could create an iso image, but how are the user name and node name passed as parameters?

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