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  1. http://www.msfn.org/board/Office-2007-Unat...tun-t72392.html I tried the method in the above post before making this topic, but it didn't work. I just copied all the CD files over to the svchost folder, and edited the .ini file to just execute setup.exe (having saved the MSP file in the Updates folder), but it didn't install, nor attempt to install, Office 2007 at all. Although I should say that if I just execute the setup.exe directly, it will install Office 2007, just not when I make it into a .zip file and try to get it to install with nLite. It's worth noting that it doesn't seem to copy the files over to the installation, because adding the Office2007.zip folder (approx. 700MB) doesn't add more than a few MB onto the size of the nLite ISO.
  2. Well, as it sounds really. I have copies of 2003/2007, I run the setup.exe /admin bit to create an automated setup file, but then I can't get it to work by just packing the files in a folder called svchost like I normally do, and editing that .ini file that comes with them. Can anyone help me with what to do AFTER the custom setup file has been created?
  3. It does slightly limit the point of vLite, but we can still automate the install. It wouldn't be useful to me, but it might to some people.
  4. The standalone installer doesnt work, I'm afraid.
  5. Thanks. Would it, though, and this is me just thinkign about it... Would it be possible to take a Vista SP1 CD, and do something like an upgrade install of it, over my RTM install? I'm running Ultimate.
  6. http://www.msfn.org/board/vista-sp1-and-vlite-t114322.html http://www.vlite.net/servicepack.html I have read the above two links, but am still a bit confused. I installed a vLite'd copy of Vista, where I removed some components, a few months ago, and now I want to install SP1 on it, but it's not showing up. I appreciate that it's not showing up because I removed the components, but Vista's Network Transfer speeds are utterly appalling, and I need SP1. Is there any way to install SP1 without breaking my machine, and without having to do a reinstall?
  7. I'm often using nLite to create slightly different distributions. One very stripped out one, one heavily bloated one with programs, one with AVG, one with Anast, etc. Is there a way of exporting the settings used in an nLite installation so that I can have a text file showing me what I removed/changes/added for a given nLite'd copy of Windows?

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