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iron_du

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  1. Hi I've just found that after creating a PRF file for Outlook 2003 (which contains the Exchange server name and other settings), I can execute it by the following ways: Outlook.exe /importprf \\server1\share\outlook.prf ...or... HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Setup\ImportPRF=\\server1\share\Outlook.prf But both methods execute the configuration file for the actual user. Is there a way to execute it for every new user that logs on to the workstation? Thanks
  2. I swear that I made a lot of research, but I didn't understand a lot of things... Is it possible to disable the Driver Signing warning before installing a certain application and re-enable it right after, in the RunOnceEx.cmd? I mean something really simple, like changing a reg This article says not. But if its true, why some people in the forum could do it? Well, thanks in advance, and sorry for re-posting this question
  3. Hi all I'm trying to install three .NET editions though RunOnceEx: REG ADD %KEY%01 /VE /D ".NET Framework 1.1 com SP1" /f REG ADD %KEY%01 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Softwares\dotNET\dotnet11sp1.exe" /f REG ADD %KEY%02 /VE /D ".NET Framework 2.0" /f REG ADD %KEY%02 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Softwares\dotNET\dotnet2.exe" /f REG ADD %KEY%03 /VE /D ".NET Framework 3.0" /f REG ADD %KEY%03 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Softwares\dotNET\dotnetfx3.exe /q /norestart" /f The .NET 1.1 and 2.0 (downloaded from RyamVM's site) are OK, but the .NET 3.0 (downloaded from Microsoft) don't install, and leave the following message on the event log: In some forums, people say that probably there's a necessary file in use during installation. Is there a way to resolve this issue?
  4. How to install it unattended?
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    Borland StarTeam 2005

    How to silently install Borland StarTeam 2005 (client) ? Following Borland's support site (here), I tried to find the installer.properties file, but it's not where it was supposed to be... so where is it? Thanks
  6. Microsoft Virtual PC too http://www.microsoft.com/windows/products/...pc/default.mspx
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    Attended text-mode Setup

    I asked that because people here wants me to make a full unattended XP installation (already done, thanks to the forum's guide ) and another CD where they could interact with the text-mode Setup and configure things like partition, disks, etc. I did some research and didn't find how to do this. Well, now I see that it's really impossible through simple WINNT.SIF file.
  8. Olá I have to make a XP CD with the GUI-mode Setup fully unattended (already done), but the text-mode Setup has to be attended. Is there a way to configure this through the WINNT.SIF file?
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    ISO size

    Well, I started all over again, but with fewer components now, and finally I could make it My CD now has: - Windows XP SP2 - .NET 2.0 - Symantec Client Security - WMP11 - Critical Updates only, not all the updates, as before (my first post is not correct ) I used nLite again to integrate the updates and WinISO to make the ISO, which now is 725Mb I'll try to overburn it, I think it's possible. If not, I'll just remove WMP11, which will turn the ISO to 694Mb I have to use normal CD-Rs due to hardware limitations here Thanks all for the help!
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    ISO size

    Hi Following the MSFN Unattended guide, I prepared an unattended Windows XP SP2 installation, with all the critical updates + .NET 2.0 + IE 7 + WMP 11 + Symantec Client Security. I used nLite to integrate the updates and I'm installing the antivirus and the .NET by RunOnceEx.cmd, and I used WinISO to create the ISO The problem is --> the final ISO is 883Mb size Is there a way to reduce this size? I tried using CDImage, but it got even bigger!
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    Error when downloading updates

    =/ I've just realized that if I retry to download a "failing" update, it begins the download normally. Sometimes I have to retry several times, until it works
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    Error when downloading updates

    I've selected 87 WinXP SP2 updates to download... but sometimes between one download and another, I receive this error message: The server committed a protocol violation. Section=ResponseStatusLine After hitting OK, WUD says that the downloads are complete. Then I see that the last download is OK, but the next one didn't begin. Then, I try download it again and it works But some updates just don't download (the error repeats, so I have to skip them) I'm using version 2.25 and connecting through a proxy server.
  13. Hi My first post here I'd like to say that this forum and its guides are great! I stopped searching for info in other sites, everything is here I'm just following the Windows Unattended guide (http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/48/) to slipstream my Office 2003 Standard and its SP2. But at the moment I try to apply the SP2: I receive the following message (when executing any of the lines above): The upgrade patch cannot be installed by the windows installer service because the program to be upgraded may be missing, or the upgrade patch may update a different version of the program. Verify that the program to be upgraded exists on your computer and that you have the correct upgrade patch. My Office 2003 is the Standard Edition, Volume License. The Windows Installer is 3.0. What's wrong? Anyone could help me?
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