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  1. It's included in Windows AIK 1.1 (in tools along with imagex)
  2. The Designer Studio gains a new parser starting today - Component Mitigation Engine Let's look at these two lists of files for the Simplified Chinese Support on Vista RTM and on Server 2008 Core Enterprise RC1 http://wdesign.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/...%20-%20Core.txt \Windows\Boot\PCAT\zh-CN \Windows\Boot\PXE\zh-CN \Windows\IME\IMESC5 \Windows\System32\RemInst\boot\x64\zh-CN \Windows\System32\RemInst\boot\x86\zh-CN \Windows\System32\zh-CN \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-b..ager-pcat.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.17051_zh-cn_7ed33ba00d3a6012 \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-b..nment-pxe.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.17051_zh-cn_18675be72f581c9b \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-comctl32-v5.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.17051_zh-cn_c21b35af7d2c6aa3 \Windows\winsxs\x86_microsoft-windows-comdlg32.resources_31bf3856ad364e35_6.0.6001.17051_zh-cn_4a47a01f57374e59 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hotfixed to a final SP1 version or to a compatible interim build like 6.0.6001.17052.jonwes 3) Maintain storage logic to replace all instances of files in a component if mitigation process is successful
  3. The patch itself works, the bug is caused by WOW (Windows on Windows). I've just found out that this was one of the main problems for delaying Server 2008 RTM. If you were one of those unlucky people beta testing Hyper-V that were getting something else than INTERRUPT_NOT_SUPPORTED BSoD, Microsoft re-released RC1 with Hyper-V with this patch slipstreamed. WOW and Hyper-V are a very bad combination, running both a large 32-bit app and a hypervised OS cause memory leaks and instability.
  4. I'd suggest you go buy an upgrade license after March 27th for Enterprise with SP1, KMS activation works identically as in Business. You get a upgrade DVD with Enterprise and EnterpriseN, including Language Packs on the same disk, that you can vLite and use for your system. The commercials for Enterprise won't reach mass-media too soon, though... But it did a lot of good for guys at Tom's Hardware.
  5. I (re)design custom install disks for resellers, mostly with Autodesk, Adobe, TrendMicro or Microsoft Office products included. My primary job (a.k.a. money source) is tech support for these.
  6. Update: Have a look at http://wdesign.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/...6.0.6000.16386/ In there you will find a list of folders containing scripts to add / remove Vista components. Each has a *.txt with files belonging to the component, a * - Add.reg to install it and a * - Remove.reg to remove it. Somebody who has that component removed from Vista with vLite can use the Add reg file to restore registry settings and manually copy missing files described in the text file. The Designer Shell will soon have the ability to modify install.wim from Vista ISO, as well as hot-readd ability onto an existing installation The hot-readd ability spans not only on Vista Ultimate, but can install these on a running Server 2008 Core, for example. Of course, until the Sanity Checker is finished, no dependencies are verified at this point. Looking forward to your opinion on the reg files here. I am releasing them under GPL. Note: If you are testing on an actual installation, replace HKEY_USERS with HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE in the reg files, else if you mounted a WIM as RW, mount COMPONENTS and SOFTWARE hives from \WINDOWS\system32\config\ in HKEY_USERS. My primary test goal now is to add Media Center on Server 2008 Enterprise and Enterprise Core using Designer Shell (just scripting at present). If scripting does the job, I will convert the method to C# code and rebuild the project with alpha status (meaning you will be able to use it yourself).
  7. So that means it only cleans files and not their entries in the registry?
  8. Superfetch is probably using task scheduler to handle buffers either through luafv or directly with the filesystem. Yes, it's a good idea to remove them all and try to quantify speed differences on the same machine.
  9. I think this is related to the luafv (Microsoft Load Utility Agent - File Virtualization Driver). I have no idea how files are virtualized with it, but the driver development kit points out that it works by keeping a process in memory and generating new instances that point to that buffer for each session id that requests the file. As expected, its public interface is undocumented. Ryan Price and Chris123NT have already beaten me to it and pointed out the bug in MS Connect for SP1 RC1: Nuhi, 2 questions: 1) is there anything in vLite that removes luafv and/or dependencies from WinSxS or registry? 2) is it a good idea when you choose to disable UAC from vLite to add this registry tweak? From what I gather, I thing luafv works like this: - Boot process reads layout.ini in \WINDOWS\Prefetch and allocates a luafv buffer in memory that contains all the .pf files (note that ntoskrnl.exe is also prefetched in NTOSBOOT-XXXXXXXX.PF) - Is luafv buffer valid? generate luafv instances for session id 0, else skip prefetch - NT 6.0 starts loading (either from luafv instances to prefetch items, or from disk reads) - At user logon, luafv is invoked to generate instances to pretetch items for session id 1 to n (in theory this should save memory) The problem outlined by this topic could be the luafv buffer wasting memory. Prefetch could be creating the buffer, but if there's no luafv, it will remain stuck and eventually paged out (as there won't be any code to create instances for session ids and hook them to that memory area) Note that luafv buffers are pageable, even if they contain code marked as nonpaged, which seems quite strange, as you can create a nonpaged luafv buffer instance to a piece of pageable memory buffer. This may be useful for a Terminal Server on Server 2008, but looks like crap to me on Vista. Has anybody seen less nonpaged kernel memory when prefetch works? This may help point out if prefetch works or not. Hope to see the specs before 2009 on MSDN. Happy testing!
  10. I will phone Microsoft to get more info. 10x for the hint.
  11. If you want to use vLite on your disk, you have to do these: 1) install it 2) sysprep it 3) capture the partition to install.wim 4) add it to the Vista RTM dvd in \SOURCES 5) vLite it Yours has a custom installer program, probably to fit unattended deployment/install scenario (like WDS)
  12. It is possible to some extent, using Microsoft Deployment 4. WinFLP is a totally different type of installer, specifically designed for deploying Embedded; it was hand-made and hardcoded this way.
  13. You'd be better off with a fast RAID-0 array (like 4 SATA disks with 16 MB buffer each, with 256k stripe). There's no significant difference from 3 GB to 6 GB of memory in my Server 2008 Domain Controller, and I have Streaming Media Services 2008, TrendMicro OfficeScan Server on IIS7, DHCP and DNS on top of which I also do my daily stuff via remote desktop.
  14. dexter.inside

    adobe cs3

    AFAIK there's a bug in the Bonjour Service, but I've seen it fixed in the Adobe Production Premium CS3. Maybe you should try slipstreaming some fixes in an administrative install of Photoshop CS3 ?
  15. Turning off UAC just wastes some memory with prefetching... Paging Executive will keep probably ~4 MB of code (flagged as non-pageable) all the time in memory for some of the DLLs that UAC requires. The tradeoff is that you won't get the Secure Desktop (Session ID 0) prompts anymore while you work and your memory won't get paged out in the middle of your activities. Which by the way is exactly the reason for UAC not being enabled by default on Administrator. As for accounts without administrative privileges, it seems Microsoft has a different opinion than most of us of what users usually are allowed to do. Why do you think disabling UAC breaks something?
  16. One of these can be removed only if both share the same Class IDs in the registry (in which case, remove 6.0.6000.16386). The purpose for both of them being present is the ability to uninstall SP1 and/or rollback a particular component (like a driver), and/or future functionality for Application Compatibility. One of the new "under the hood" concepts in Vista is that it keeps all previous versions of all registered DLLs in the system. In theory, applications having passed the Windows Logo Certification should comply with this rule. Thus, users should be warned... if vLite includes such a function, it will prevent SP1 or a particular hotfix from being uninstalled.
  17. Most people are not yet aware of the new behavior the NT 6.0 Paging Executive operates - I'd recommend the new reviews by Winternals on Technet covering the 6.0.5384+ kernel behavior. NT 6.0+ kernels operate like this with physical memory: - windows startup, load prefetch boot apps in physical memory - at least 10% free physical memory? if yes, load rest of prefetch app list in physical memory - user logon - Is SuperFetch enabled? if yes, load superfetched list of apps in physical memory - Is ReadyBoost enabled? if yes, use ReadyBoost allocation on usb disk to stripe with pagefile (like RAID-0 with stripe) - at least 10% free physical memory? if yes, use it for other system cache purposes - a running process ends, keep it loaded in memory for quick access - a new process starts: - is it superfetched? pass execution to superfetched code in physical memory buffer - is it prefetched? if yes, is it in the pagefile? if yes, page it in. pass execution to it. - if not prefetched or ReadyBoosted, load from disk or from disk cache - at least 10% free physical memory? if not, page out allocated memory to swap, until 50% free. - allocate memory for app Note: superfetched code is executable (but Data Execution Prevention on /optout will disable it) and readyboosted code is not executable (NX/XD bit prevents its execution) and must be copied / paged in physical memory. What you've noticed happens in these cases: - app is started, is not cached, and less than 10% and/or less than app requirement for free physical memory is available - user account is locked (triggers ~50% physical memory to be paged) - memory recycler (system cache flush, or on demand, like from TrustedInstaller) - switching to secure desktop when less than 10% available (like starting UAC or CTRL+ALT+Del)
  18. This method is viable, but slow even on my Phenom / 3 GB memory virtual machine server. I'd suggest you stick with the integrated SP1 RC1 ISO from Connect, unless you are really desperate (a.k.a. you also want a role or feature installed, like IIS on lite SP1 or lite Server 2008)
  19. Probably, but the build 4033 SDK is very poorly documented. I believe that if it were to use a newer version of pidgenx.dll it should allow a staged key installation. Like the way v3244 of XP SP3 does it
  20. Using my guide, I've installed in 25 minutes a fully configured Server 2003 (a 4 Gb ISO). When you install from WIM, it really depends on how big the image is, 95% of the time represents data decompression + driver installation
  21. my one works. I captured it with ImageX from WAIK 1.1, but after shrinking it with vLite and installing it inside a VM, but the explorer chrashes when I open the Computer Icon You need the corresponding AIK, in this case the one listed together with 2008 and Vista SP1 RC1 on Connect. There probably are new GUIDs in the registry for some of the DLLs in there.
  22. No poking my posts actually it's Release Candidate, and pretty much completed at present time What were you expecting, Codename 7 ? edit: and no, no changes were made in WIMGAPI, see the build 6001 AIK for more details.
  23. You cannot, because it is a XP Embedded-based solution. Even if you were to do it manually, the way it is packaged in the setup (there are 9 components in the same WIM, based on Beta 1 SDK), you'd screw up the way FBA (first boot loader) constructs the registry. Due to the way nLite and vLite operate today, it is likely that WinFLP will never be supported by either of them.
  24. Yes, that will be a problem in the near future, my idea is like this: I have split the development of this project for now in 2 parts: a (scriptable) Designer Shell in which I will be testing new features individually and the fully-featured GUI that will recieve these features when they work properly. I am also developing some server-side support for this app, specifically a central repository of packages that can be managed, viewed and approved over a web interface. The app would download/update them from my server as needed, and you can also submit yours for evaluation. Of course, when I drop the 'pre-alpha' tag, some community support will be needed. Until then, the SourceForge distribution method should do.


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