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mniceguy81

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  1. Thanks for the utility Jaclaz, I created a batch file to delete the last user login info for the Account.dat for Lync was just missing away to delete the subkey. Thanks again
  2. Hi everybody thanks for the replies and yes Microsoft Lync 2010 is compatible with Windows XP Pro SP3 and the computers that we lend our users are workgroup computers and not domain computers that's why i'm trying to clean them automatically when users return the laptops back. Is there a way the delete a registry subkey only because i found a way by deleting HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Communicator but deletes the whole configuration Lync but the only thing i need to delete is the subkey that is created under the HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Communicator key. Can we delete sub keys that have not been created yet like this HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Communicator\"*" Thanks for your help with this.
  3. Hello Everybody, I need some help to delete WiFi connections and Microsoft Lync last user connection on a Loan computer (Multi user Laptop). This is what i delete for Lync but i needed a way to fully automate it because after i have to delete the last user, i have to put someone@example.com = C:\Documents and Settings\User\Application Data\Microsoft\Communicator\ C:\Documents and Settings\User\Local Settings\Application Data\Microsoft\Communicator\ Thank you for your help
  4. Thank you Kurt_Aust, now i have my updated Windows XP x64.
  5. Hello, will this work with Windows XP Pro x64 SP2
  6. Thank you Johnhc for the instructions, but one last ? does Directx 10/11 exsist for Windows XP PRO x64 and do i really need it for Games..) Thank you again
  7. Thank you everybody i found the culprit, it was DaRkMaDnEsS_Tune_Up_Addon.7z and i confirm that if you have Windows 7 64 bit and Vmware they work perfectly.
  8. Thank you Kurt_Aust at the moment i'm doing the tests and will report backl which one of these is the culprit.
  9. Thank you for your contribution and i forgot to say Hello, sorry for the the bad manners and a big thank you goes to Kurt_Aust and a lot of thanks to johnhc
  10. The AccountInit is file i got from Kurt_Aust folder structure but i will attach it and It starts RUN1_XP-64 and i think it has something to do with IE8. I uploaded it as ini file because the upload does not let me upload it as .bat AccountInit.ini
  11. Ok and sorry will try again first with Windows 7 + VMware if it does not work will do a clean install with Windows XP Pro 64 bit and then post if i find a solution.
  12. Johnhc I did what you said, i changed the Computer type from MP to auto by modifying the WINNT.sif from multi to nothing so that it chooses it automatically but did not fix the problem. I'm going to attach my winnt.sif WINNT.SIF
  13. Sorry forgot to mention that i'm nliting from Windows 7 RTM 64 bit Testing 30 days and i would prefer doing it here instead of a new thread because if i find a solution people would learn from it here thanks johnhc

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