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About Mackhack

  • Birthday 05/16/1980

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    XP Pro x86
  1. Perfectly fine questions need to be answered perfectly fine as well Because we're tired of putting the keys in manually every single time + some settings that we put in place that way. We manage over 3k Windows machines and this would make our job a hell of a lot easier.
  2. It COPIES THE Office files to the c:\Install dir!!! Office install WILL NOT look for your "network drive" without extra steps So what are the extra steps?
  3. So is that case sensitive? Attached is a screenshot of the directory.
  4. What name? From the unattended.mst file? I double checked that already. F2 on the file, copied the file name and pasted it into the batch file.
  5. Thanks for your reply, but the installation files aren't on the C:\ drive. They are on network drive.
  6. I know this is quite an old thread, but I thought why opening a new one since this is the same problem I have now. My batch file looks like that and is taken from the above mentioned website: ECHO. ECHO Installing Office 2003 Professional ECHO Please wait... start /wait "f:\Desktop Support\XPCD\$OEM$\$1\install\Applications\Office2003\setup.exe" TRANSFORMS=Unattended.MST /qb- What is wrong that it won't allow me to install Office 2003? Below is the error message. Could someone please post the correct batch file content? Thank you very much in advance for your help.
  7. HI there, is there a way to disable the Enable AutomaticWindows Update page that will come up in the OOBE sequence when the user turns on his machine the very first time? I have a customer here who wants a plain Windows XP Home from us without any updates installed at all and does not want that his clients can turn on the Automatic Windows Update function while walking through OOBE! Is there a way to disable this in Audit Mode with the help of the registry or so? Thanks!
  8. Hi, has anyone an idea why I receive this error message (image is attached) after I slipstreamed the updates into the Business version of Vista!
  9. I need to push here since this is an important thing for us and I def. need help from you guys in order to be able to PXE boot those machines!
  10. HI Zeher, do you have a direct link that would help me on one of those two sites?
  11. Wow, 80 Hits and no one could give me a helping hand!
  12. Hi there, I need some help here. Problem: I need to slipstream/add the network adapter drivers from the INTEL DG33BU desktop board into our WDS Boot Image that we can apply Vista/XP images from the WDS server onto PCs with that board. Right now we can't because we get a WDS error message saying that there are no network adapter drivers. Can anybody tell me how to do this? Thank you!
  13. I can highly recommend Michael Puff's XP User Manager.. http://www.michael-puff.de/Programme/UserManager/ German Homepage but I believe the program is also available with English language file. If not let me know I could talk to the guy since we are in the same German Delphi Forum!
  14. I'm using the standard config.xml file which is in the same directory as the setup.exe If I manually start the setup.exe the installation goes through without any errors... Edit: I finally found a way: <RunSynchronous> <RunSynchronousCommand wcm:action="add"> <Order>1</Order> <Credentials> <Domain>domain\servername\</Domain> <Password>password</Password> <Username>username</Username> </Credentials> <Path>\\domain\servername\Office12OPK\CD\setup.exe</Path> <Description>Office 12 installation</Description> </RunSynchronousCommand> </RunSynchronous>
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