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  1. $sql = "SELECT a.iso2,a.land FROM laenderliste a, regionen b WHERE a.iso2 = b.iso2 AND b.vid <> '$vid'";
  2. I'm not using such tools since there is no available license information in those programs. I have done a batch script that integrates all the patches and puts my extra settings also. Example script @echo off REM Change to correct drive D: cls REM Mount dir for install.wim SET MOUNTDIR=D:\Mount SET LOGFILE=D:\Win7_Updates\win7_slipstream.log REM install.wim location SET WIMLOC=D:\Win_Ent_7_32BIT_UK\sources\install.wim REM Check if install.wim exists IF NOT EXIST %WIMLOC% echo install.wim tiedoston sijainti on vaara, ohjelma suorittaminen lopetetaan && pause && EXIT REM Critical Windows Updates folder SET WINUPDATESFOLDER_CR="D:\Win7_Updates\Critical Updates" REM Important Updates folder SET WINUPDATESFOLDER_SU="D:\Win7_Updates\Important Updates" REM Folder for Drivers where you can add all the needed drivers SET DRIVERSFOLDER="D:\Win7_Updates\Drivers" REM Folder for lp.cab files SET LANGPACKS="D:\Win7_Updates\Language Packs" REM Folder for .Net 3.5 updates SET DOTNET35UPDATES="D:\Win7_Updates\.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Updates" REM Check that Mount dir exists IF NOT EXIST %MOUNTDIR%\NUL md %MOUNTDIR% echo ** 1. Mount the install.wim %MOUNTDIR% folder ** echo. REM Mount the image echo on dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:%WIMLOC% /index:1 /MountDir:%MOUNTDIR% @echo off echo. echo. cls echo ** 2. Installing Critical updates ** echo. echo. echo on dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /LogPath:%LOGFILE% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%WINUPDATESFOLDER_CR% cls @echo off echo ** 3. Installing Important updates ** echo. echo. echo on dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /LogPath:%LOGFILE% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%WINUPDATESFOLDER_SU% cls @echo off echo ** 4. Installing .NET 3.5 updates ** echo. echo. echo on dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /LogPath:%LOGFILE% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%DOTNET35UPDATES% @echo off cls echo ** 5. Installing country settings / language packs ** echo. echo. echo on dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /LogPath:%LOGFILE% /Add-Package /PackagePath:%LANGPACKS% @echo off cls echo. echo. Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Set-AllIntl:fi-FI Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Set-TimeZone:"FLE Standard Time" REM Set the serial key to KMS Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Set-ProductKey:XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX REM Enable some must have features. "Get list of features (Dism /image:D:\Mount /Get-Features /Format:List > D:\Features.txt)" Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:TelnetClient Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:SNMP Dism /image:%MOUNTDIR% /Enable-Feature /FeatureName:WMISnmpProvider @echo off echo ** 5. Unmount the image and commit changes ** echo on Dism /Unmount-Wim /MountDir:%MOUNTDIR% /commit @echo off
  3. Maybe you could try the solution from here, then you would not need to know the propery names: http://efreedom.com/Question/1-2824299/Select-First-Property-Unknown-Name-First-Item-Array-JSON
  4. Hello, I have tried to figure out all day why I cannot add all the Windows 7 updates to install.wim. I figured out that after installing Windows6.1-KB976902-x86.cab something goes wrong and no new updates cannot be added after this package. If you apply that package at last then everything works, but I think there is some problems with this update. Just to let you know:)
  5. SourceFolder = "C:\Temp2\" DestinationFolder = "C:\" Set WshShell = WScript.CreateObject("Wscript.Shell") vProgData = WshShell.ExpandEnvironmentStrings("%systemdrive%") Set objShell = CreateObject("Shell.Application") Set objDictionary = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") Set oFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") Set oFl = oFSO.GetFolder(SourceFolder) Set Files = oFL.Files Filecount = 0 For Each File In Files Filecount = Filecount + 1 objDictionary.Add Filecount, File.Name Next Randomize For i=1 To objDictionary.Count objNbr = Int(objDictionary.Count * Rnd + 1) Next RandomFile = objDictionary.Item(objNbr) oFSO.CopyFile SourceFolder & RandomFile,DestinationFolder & "user.bmp",True MsgBox "File " & Randomfile & " copied to " & DestinationFolder & "user.bmp"
  6. I would like to make a system backup image from Win 7 and deploy it to multiple different computers. Does anyone know is it possible to deploy the system backup image to different kind of hardware?
  7. I looked at your table structure and it looks okay. I would personally remove the tblState and tblRoundtype tables and put those columns in the yblRound table. SQL is very powerful for making queries and I think that those two tables are just causing troubles.
  8. Hello, I removed the GImageX dll dependancy from the HTA, but I haven't tested it yet. I think it should work without it. It uses only imagex.exe for image handling now. I also added the Index number to the description if that was your wish Tripredacus. Can you try the new HTA, you can download it from geezery
  9. Hello, you can launch the HTA without cmd /c. If you launch it like that it won't close the cmd.exe process in the background. It stays open as long as you can see the HTA in front of you. You don't have to make that change to line 644 if you launch the hta directly without the extra cmd.exe. You can see this scenario by launching the tasklist.exe from the command line. There is the extra cmd still open. I have to count the number of opened cmd.exe processes, because the diskpart logic is based on that. You also asked if it would be possiple to apply the image to i.e. D: drive. You can now select where to apply the image. The default value is still C:, but you can change it to what ever you want.
  10. I released the newest version to the public. You can found download / setup information from here. http://geezery.pp.fi/ -> Tripredacus I can add that alternative diskpart configuration file to the next release. I hope I can add something else also.
  11. I have sent the link to all of those who have sent me email. Tripredacus -> Can you tell me more about your modifications? Sounds very interesting.
  12. Hello all, I have not been here reading for very long time. I have made very much changes for the version that is currently downloadable to the public. I have reverted back to the ImageX.exe usage for some functions, because I have found some problems when using the gimagexcom ActiveX. It is still in the package, but I'm only using it for some functions. If someone is interested testing it I can give the link, just put an email to the address that is found from the first post. Here is some things that are changed: * Cleaned up the code a lot * Added the "bootsect.exe /nt52 C: /force" command after the image has been applied. (I'm also using this for Windows XP deployment only) This can be easily changed to /nt60 if you are applying Vista images. * Fixed the bug in the Map network window going out of the range * Changed the (Apply,Capture & Append) functions to use the imagex.exe instead of the gimagex com * Added a Delete function (Can delete entries from imagelist) etc.... geezery
  13. I have set up a Remote Assistance environment on our domain and it works flawlesly. Much better and safer than any VNC tools. Are all of the 1800pcs on a same domain. If they are you should define a group policy for remote assistance. I can send you detailed how to tomorrow. I also have a small script that fixes some bugs that I have found.
  14. Thanks for help IcemanND. Actually I found one that worked like a charm and the source code is also included. http://sourceforge.net/projects/drvback/ I have tested your program simultaneous times, but it always gives the error message that I have put in your thread.
  15. There are many driver backup programs, but I haven't found any totally free / working one for my usage. I would like to code my own and share it with you guys, but I don't know where to start. The main thing I first need is the best method for seeking the right driver files. I know that there are users who knows the method of where to check these files, so if you please can share it.
  16. I don't have any sample files online, but I hope this link can help you to identify DAA files. http://file-extension.net/info/daa-poweris...image-file.html
  17. There is a builtin command for that purpose at least in Windows XP and Windows 2003 Server. taskkill here is a small example how to kill a unneeded command prompt. taskkill /im cmd.exe /f There is also a command tasklist that you can execute to view all open processes.
  18. I'll think I could make a list of the requested changes and if you have some more please put them here: - Remove the Browse.exe dependancy - Support for ini file where users could make all the needed settings - Support for the OS recognization to apply the correct boot sector - Support for VNC connection to the HTA. (I need suggestions how I could implement this) * I have already tested this feature and it works ok * I'll think I could write an admin console with vb.net to support applying wims remotely * What VNCserver I should use?? - I would also like to have the progress indicator working in WinPE environment, but I have no clue how to get it working.
  19. Hello, there is no currently any check for the image type. You just have to know what image is the appropriate for the current computer. You can i.e. save Vista images to separate wim file and Xp images to another. I think it would be possible to add correct bootsector by using the WinPe builtin bootsect.exe. I think I could include it in my next version. I'm also going to get rid of that browse.exe since the browseforfolder issue has been resolved in another post in this forum. I could also make a script that could apply image unattendly to the computer by checking some values from the WMI. Of course there would have to be some kind of settings file i.e. xml file that says witch image to use on certain computer. If there is interest I could make one easily.
  20. If you ran the Setses function without arguments it should automaticly select the optimal screen resolution. The only problem is that the HTA GUI is using absolut positioning of elements so all the buttons etc. won't show up correctly.
  21. Is it possible for the developer to add support for .DAA (Poweriso) files. http://aluigi.altervista.org/mytoolz/daa2iso.zip There is this daa2iso converter that can convert DAA file to ISO. I assume that Universal Extractor can then unpack the ISO file.
  22. Are you trying to apply the image from a network share? Try to run this before the apply function. Function CheckConnectionStatus() Set objFSO = CreateObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject") if objFso.FileExists(ColDrv & "\Sources\WinXP.wim") And objFso.FileExists(ColDrv & "\Sources\imagex.exe") Then 'Do nothing, just continue and exit function Else MsgBox("ERROR: Files missing " & ColDrv & "\Sources\WinXP.wim" & " or " & ColDrv & "\Sources\imagex.exe") End If End Function
  23. You should also try to run the same .Run without the %comspec%. For some unknown reasons it doesn't always work on WinPe v.2 environment. objWShell.Run "cmd /c imagex /apply " & ColDrv & "\Sources\WinXP.wim 2 c:",0, True
  24. I have about 40 servers to administrate and I was thinking of consolidating the scheduled tasks to one server. Now when I want to adjust i.e. my backup schedule I have to make changes to 40 servers. I want to handle all the scheduling from one server in the future. Should I use the Windows 2003 Server builtin scheduled tasks or is there something better available?

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