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  1. After long search in the dark, i finally found how to install Outlook XP (2002) on my Windows Server 2003 with OE6 removed. to setup Office Outlook and add a new e-mail account connecting to POP3 server. Extract 3 binaries from an original Server 2003 CD (they are probably removed from your nLited CD!) to %SystemRoot%\system32 inetcomm.dl_ inetres.dl_ msoert2.dl_ with Dependency Walker i have checked inetcomm.dll and found that this dll requires msoert2.dll to register inetcomm.dll inetres.dll is also required. Have a look in msoe50.inf: [RunOnce.Reg] HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce","RunOnceEx",2,"rundll32.exe %11%\iernonce.dll,RunOnceExProcess" HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx\OEWAB OS Setup","OE5_2",0,"%11%\inetcomm.dll|DllRegisterServer" You can register from the command line: regsvr32 /s %SystemRoot%\system32\inetcomm.dll to launch Office Outlook, some infos have to be merged in registry. Have a look in msoe50.inf: [User.Stub.50] HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%",,,"%MS_OUTLOOK_5%" HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%","IsInstalled",0x10001,01,00,00,00 HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%","Locale",,"%STR_LANG%" HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%","ComponentID",,"MailNews" HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%","CloneUser",0x10001,01,00,00,00 HKLM,"Software\Microsoft\Active Setup\Installed Components\%GUID_OE%","StubPath",0x00020000,"""%ProgramFiles%\%STR_MAILNEWS_DIR%\setup50.exe"" %APP_OE% %CALLER% /user /install"
  2. Very usefull tool. I'm using it whereas other tools (gsar.exe or sed.exe) canno't be used before T39 (ntvdm error in my VM Virtual Machine. Missing is a replace option to change data: gsar script gsar -sPlayer:x22:x2c0x00010001:x2c1 -rPlayer:x22:x2c0x00010001:x2c0 -o ..\inf\syssetup.inf sed script move /y ..\inf\syssetup.inf ..\inf\syssetup.txt sed 's/"Windows Media Player",0x00010001,1/"Windows Media Player",0x00010001,0/g' ..\inf\syssetup.txt >..\inf\syssetup.inf fedit script fedit -f ..\inf\syssetup.inf -rem -l:c "HKLM,\"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\WindowsFeatures\",\"Windows Media Player\",0x00010001,1" fedit -f ..\inf\syssetup.inf -add -l "HKLM,\"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\WindowsFeatures\",\"Windows Media Player\",0x00010001,0" -s:c "WMPFeature.AddReg" -once The 3 scripts do the same thing: replace value 1 with value 0 in this line syssetup.inf
  3. My first notebook: (still using it from time to time) Compaq Armada 6500 6300/T/6400/D/M/3 Mobile 6500 Expansion Unit Armada 6500 Convenience Base Multibay drives: DVD-ROM Drive + SuperDisk LS-120 + Iomega Zip Drive + 1.44-MB Diskette Drive OS: Windows NT Workstation 4.0 My others computers: OS: Windows XP embedded w/ Enhanced Write Filter (EWF) feature >>> protect the operating system (OS) image from any changes.
  4. Alternate link for instdrvw.exe: W32 tools link to pcuser_tom tool: unISOfs.exe
  5. VMware server free server virtualization. Use the same tips as described in VMware Knowledge Base article for Installing GSX Server Silently To install VMware Server silently on a Windows host, complete the following steps. Extract the individual installation packages. Open a command prompt and, on one line, type: VMware-server-installer-<xxxx>.exe /a /s /v"/qn TARGETDIR=C:\temp\server" (where <xxxx> is a series of numbers representing version and build numbers) Run the silent installation on the extracted installation packages. At the command prompt, on four separate lines, type: msiexec -i "C:\temp\server\VMware Server Standalone.msi" ADDLOCAL=ALL DESKTOP_SHORTCUT=0 SERIALNUMBER="XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXX" /qn msiexec -i "C:\temp\server\VMware Management Interface.msi" ADDLOCAL=ALL /qn msiexec -i "C:\temp\server\VMware VmCOM Scripting API.msi" ADDLOCAL=ALL /qn msiexec -i "C:\temp\server\VMware VmPerl Scripting API.msi" ADDLOCAL=ALL /qn This installs all four components of VMware Server. The installation command can be customized using standard Microsoft Windows Installer installation properties as well as any of the following specific Properties
  6. I don't believe there is such thing...in my knowledge Windows Server 2003 R2 is only available as retail/vlk...not as OEM Here in France, HP ships some ProLiant servers with French OEM PreActivated Windows Server 2003 Standard R2. But i would like an English version... I haven't done a smart compare between Volume Licence an Retail versions. OEM versions have few differences: Thanks for the MGADiag tool link. It's probably intended only for Windows XP. On my running OEM WS03 R2 Standard version, it returns Unsupported OS
  7. None of them are included in Server 2003 R2 Server 2003 R2 description: CD1 software is an interim release that is built on Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 includes launcher CD2CHAIN.EXE CD2 includes a variety of features and improvements
  8. string (# lengh) ??? if i want to insert a string which length is superior to the current 'Microsoft Corporation' string length? [off topic] I would like to convert: MICROSOFT WINDOWS SERVER 2003 R2 STANDARD EDITION ENGLISH VLK Media to OEM Media I have already replaced required dlls and edit required INI file to convert it to OEM. But one error subsist during install: I'm looking for an owner of OEM Media to get one missing file i need to replace : NT5.CAT If you can send me this file, please write me a PM, thanks. [/off topic]
  9. @FreeStyler Nice work with modded Virtual PC bios. I'm using M$ Virtual Server 2005 R2 and would like to achieve same mods. Step 3 use hexeditor to change "Microsoft Corporation" string. I would like to replace with a string (# lengh). could i add / remove spaces when hexediting ? I can PM you DMI.ROM file if you would like to hexedit it and attach it on the board?
  10. I'm currently working of this kind of solution: 1/ I'm starting with a RestoreCD Plus from HP and a 2nd CD which contains an OEM Windows XP Professional OS sysprep'ed in factory mode. 2/ I boot the 1st CD, let the restore process copy required files and then ask for the 2nd CD (OS) and restore it, reboot the computer a first time to let HP tool checks hardware and configuring drivers and applications and when computer reboot, boot from WinPE and backup the HDD with a cloning tool to a VMWare virtual machine. 3/ inside the virtual disk (.vmdk) which i can mount with Ken Kato VDK driver on my host computer as drive, i can do all the changes required (inject drivers, configuring sysprep.inf oobeinfo.ini and winbom.ini, make appropriate changes to registry hives). 4/ and then restoring the virtual machine disk to a physical computer. Some limitations: my OS is OEM preactivated and i can't use the image on different brand of computers. I have some problems with oobeinfo.ini to make the first boot fully unattended.
  11. Can you give us more details about this HW detection tool?
  12. Congratulations studguy1 for the finding. It also works for Outlook 2002 OUTRET.MSI
  13. Disabling DEP (integrated) The correct section to use is explained here: [setupData] (Remote installation Services)
  14. A tip of the hat to tadc (and Tomcat76 per PM) for pointing this error out. Correction done!
  15. I have a working solution for Royalty OEM RIS install. I'm using the first 3 Manufacturer Characters - like: HEW,DEL,MED,ACE,FUJ,ASU,IBM,SON instead of converting Manufacturer string to hex and renaming multiple OEMBIOS.* files. ristndrd.sif [GuiUnattended] OemSkipWelcome = 1 OemSkipRegional = 1 TimeZone = %TIMEZONE% AdminPassword = "*" DetachedProgram=".\system32\cmd.exe" Arguments="/Q /C FOR /F %I IN (%SystemRoot%\SYSTEM32\$WINNT$.INF) DO (FOR %J IN (%I\$OEM$) DO (IF EXIST %J (%J\NirCmd.exe exec hide %J\OEMBUILD.CMD)))" [SetupParams] UserExecute="\$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\nircmd.exe script \$WIN_NT$.~LS\$OEM$\fbreseal.ncl" Destination folder $oem$ copy compname.exe copy nircmd.exe for each manufacturer create a subfolder named with the 3 leftmosts chars of the manufacturer string and copy OEMBIOS.* + oemlogo.bmp to this subfolder. Example for Hewlett-Packard, in $oem$ i have HEW subfolder and inside OEMBIOS.* oemlogo.bmp script launched by DetachedProgram @T39 @REM ================================================================== @REM © Copyright 2006 Bill Gates Development Company, L.P. @REM @REM Royalty OEM PCs - RIS (Remote Installation Services) based install @REM @REM Credits: Bezalel for initial idea and coding for CD based install @REM @REM Credits: idle.newbie hp38guser schalti Pyron a06lp for drivers from CD based install @REM http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?s=&showtopic=51406&view=findpost&p=358011 ================================================================== @FOR /F %%a IN (%SystemRoot%\SYSTEM32\$WINNT$.INF) DO (FOR %%b IN (%%a) DO (IF EXIST %%b (SET DOSPATH=%%b))) @for /F "tokens=2* delims=: " %%i in ('%dospath%\$oem$\compname.exe /s ^|findstr /L /c:"System manufacturer"') do @set Manufacturer=%%j &@call :oem "%%j" &@call :model @echo/[General]>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/Manufacturer=%Manufacturer%>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/Model=%Model%>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/supporturl=%supporturl%>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/[Support Information]>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/Line1=' '>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @echo/Serial=%Serial%>>%SystemRoot%\System32\oeminfo.ini @copy /y %dospath%\$oem$\%oem%\oemlogo.bmp %SystemRoot%\System32\oemlogo.bmp >nul :jump for %%? in (bi si da ca) do ( copy /y %dospath%\$oem$\%OEM%\oembios.%%?_ %SystemDrive%\$win_nt$.~ls\i386 expand -r %dospath%\$oem$\%oem%\oembios.%%?_ %SystemRoot%\system32\ ) :drivers :: Set Drivers Location Folder SET DRV=%SystemDrive%\Drivers :: Ticker script ECHO.exec hide %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -r setup.exe >%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl ECHO.wait 10000 >>%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl ECHO.exec hide %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -p SetupCopyOEMInf.exe high >>%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl ECHO.exec hide %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -s setup.exe >>%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl ECHO.wait 50000 >>%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl ECHO.script %SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl >>%SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl :: Pre-Install (Suspend Setup, and Set Setup to Low Priority) %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -s setup.exe %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -p setup.exe low :: If Compressed Drivers Exist, Unzip Them & Change Drivers Location Folder to Hard Drive IF EXIST Drivers.7z ( SET DRV=%SystemDrive%\Drivers %dospath%\$oem$\7za.exe x -y -aoa -o"%SystemDrive%\Drivers" "%dospath%\$oem$\Drivers.7z" ) :: If Compressed Drivers Exist, Uncab Them & Change Drivers Location Folder to Hard Drive IF EXIST %dospath%\$oem$\EC834ET.TAG ( IF /I "%Model%"=="HP Compaq dc7600 Convertible Minitower" ( SET DRV=%SystemDrive%\Drivers extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\Video %dospath%\$oem$\11725988.cab *.* extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\NIC %dospath%\$oem$\b57win32.cab *.* extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\Audio %dospath%\$oem$\rtkazaud.cab *.* ) ) IF EXIST %dospath%\$oem$\D1944.TAG ( IF /I "%Model%"=="SCENIC C620" ( SET DRV=%SystemDrive%\Drivers extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\Video %dospath%\$oem$\IALMNT5.CAB *.* extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\NIC %dospath%\$oem$\b57win32.cab *.* extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\Audio %dospath%\$oem$\smwdmch6.cab *.* extrac32 /y /l %SystemDrive%\Drivers\Misc1 %dospath%\$oem$\cmeu0wdm.cab *.* ) ) :: Run NirCmd Ticker Script (code above) START %dospath%\$oem$\NirCmd.exe script %SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl :: Install Drivers %dospath%\$oem$\SetupCopyOEMInf.exe "%DRV%" :: Post-Install (Close NirCmd, Setup Priority back to Normal, Resume Setup) %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -k NirCmd.exe %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -p setup.exe normal %dospath%\$oem$\Process.exe -r setup.exe :: Delete Ticker File DEL %SystemDrive%\Ticker.ncl goto :eof :model @for /F "tokens=1* delims=: " %%k in ('%dospath%\$oem$\compname /s ^|findstr /c:"model"') do @set Model=%%l @for /F "tokens=1*" %%m in ('%dospath%\$oem$\compname /d ?s') do @set Serial=%%m @for /F "tokens=1-2*" %%n in ('findstr "%oem%" %~s0') do (set supporturl=%%o) @goto :eof :oem @set oem=%1 @set oem=%oem:"=% @set oem=%oem:~0,3% @goto :eof [Manufacturer] FUJ http://support.fujitsu-siemens.com/com/support/index.html : Fujitsu Siemens Computers HEW http://welcome.hp.com/country/us/en/support.html?pageDisplay=support : Hewlett-Packard NEC http://help1.nec-computers.com/main.asp?lang=com : NEC Computers International TOS http://www.csd.toshiba.com/cgi-bin/tais/su/su_sc_home.jsp : TOSHIBA nircmd script launched by UserExecute @T9 [EDIT] Done some rewrite of the script for RIS [/EDIT]
  16. oembios.ca_ replacement may require to rebuild database as described in MS KB822798 Article - Method 3 I haven't checked myself if it would works, which OEMBIOS.* should we use in a MS virtual machine
  17. Thanks to you, 'mangeurs de cuisses de grenouilles' 'froggies' en français dans le texte. i will check it later but i'm sure it's now 100% debugged and error free with Yzowl UK batch GURU ISO 9001 certification
  18. more steps that might be required to solve the problem: Integrating Windows Update V6, Integrating Windows Update V6 need help
  19. @jdoe Thanks. Here the answer you give through PM. [EDIT] Offset address value is for both 2003 Server w/ SP1 ENU or FRA syssetup.dll. [/EDIT] And a good hexeditor recommendation from jdoe: FRee Hex ED Haven't yet read the help file to check if command line support (unattended) exists? nLite patched syssetup.dll add more features:
  20. You want it the hard way You'll have to work hard on this one but I give a way to do it. 1) You need to unlock Windows XP setup and for that you need a patched syssetup.dll 2) You must edit the [OleControlDlls] section of syssetup.inf and add the file you want to register. I can give you the patched syssetup.dll but for the rest, like I said, you'll have to do some work because I don't know what you are trying to do. Unlock Windows XP Setup L'Azimuté ! I would like to do Windows Server 2003 w/SP1 ENU syssetup.dll patching automated with XVI32 script run from the command line. I need to locate the offset where to change some bits. File compare between original and nLite patched which one should i change? I have PM nuhi hoping he would find some time to answer. Instead of storing two copy SYSSETUB.DL_ and SYSSETUP.DL_ in source folder and renaming it with nlhive.inf at 1st GUI launch we can try to reverse patch on the patched DLL and get back to original unpatched syssetup.dll Could you help me to write the xsc script. Or for starting with this stuff, is the example for patching XP SP2 ENU syssetup.dll according to infos posted at your patches Webpage correct. something like: %ProgramFiles%\xvi32\XVI32.exe %temp%\syssetup.dll /S=%ProgramFiles%\xvi32\syssetuprepl.xsc 33679 73 72 REM goto offset %1 ADR $%1 REPLACE %2 BY %3 Merci pour l'aide que tu pourras m'apporter, ami francophone de l'autre côté de l'océan. Thanks for help.
  21. Thanks Albuquerque for your scripts. I have myself posted two scripts with some "take care of" logic in it. Files are deleted according to data listed in txtsetup.sif or .inf files and i have to add some exceptions. Storage class device driver, remove default one included in WinPE 1.5 (2004) & WinPE 1.6 (2005) Network Driver Interface Specification (NDIS) miniport driver, remove default one included in WinPE 1.5 (2004) & WinPE 1.6 (2005) My next step is to keep only base minimum required fonts. And then binary files. I will use your scripts to remove them but your list includes some files not related to WinPE: i.e. i don't have ximage.exe in \I386\SYSTEM32
  22. Question related to the OSDWinPE.wim image included in Microsoft® Systems Management Server (SMS) 2003 Operating System (OS) Deployment Feature Pack release [sMS2003OSDFP_ENU]. Is the Windows Image (WIM) format used by the Microsoft Systems Management Server (SMS) OS Deployment Feature Pack the final version that Windows Vista will use? I have downloaded SMS 4.0 Beta 1 but too bad, as stated above, the ximage binary included don't work with the oldest 0.9 wim format. Where can i get a compatible ximage.exe or does one of you have a compatible copy (please PM me). I do not plan to install SMS2003 on my network, just want to play with the OSDWinPE.wim. I have access to MSDN subscriptions CDs but don't know where to find it. Thanks.
  23. Mitec GetSysInfo.exe will not be available for one year. Instead of using IBM smbios tool, why not using: Compname.exe was written using the excellent Mitec SysInfo by Michal Mutl (see www.mitec.d2.cz) and Indy. @for /F "tokens=2* delims=: " %%i in ('compname /s ^|findstr /L /c:"System manufacturer"') do @set Manufacturer=%%j &@call manufacturerhex "%%j" EDIT: previous script modified to trim any leading/trailing spaces &call Djé script. Djé manufacturerhex.cmd script modified to take manufacturer string as 1st parameter


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