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My suggestion is to use the server ISO with a preseed file. It seems to behave better with preseeding, but it also allows you to set up a mirror and install any packages you need from the servers. I'm using a similar setup with Packer along a very similar manner to this post. http://kappataumu.com/articles/creating-an-Ubuntu-VM-with-packer.html
From the debian help on this I would put it in the root of your install (1st line of this:) B.2.1. Loading the preconfiguration file If you are using initrd preseeding, you only have to make sure a file named preseed.cfg is included in the root directory of the initrd. The installer will automatically check if this file is present and load it. ...
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