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  1. SO when the NUM LOCK is ON by default it can cause trouble with NOTEBOOKS? I left it untouched because I didn't realize there were a "Advanced Options" for that section. I made a flawless XP SP3 disc, which I don't want to mess with again nor re-do the whole process, with NumLock Off... It should be reasonable though right?
  2. In the tuning TWEAKS section, the Numlock is missing the "On" option along with the text that explains to use with caution in notebooks.
  3. There is: "SFC Disable" Turns off Windows File Protection on setup and after on, can really speed up installation" Options: ENABLE DISABLE IT'S NOT VERY CLEAR if it ENABLES the "Disabling feature" or DISABLES the "Enabled Feature". I believe we got a language issue in there. So... ENABLE means: SFC will be On ???? DISABLE means: SFC will be Off ???? What does ENABLE or DISABLE really do, or is it just so obvious? The problem in this option might be the title "SFC Disable" which may make users think that you disable SFC by selecting Enable.
  4. it's called OOBE experience... "Out Of Box Experience" I THINK... Just check "Turn Off OOBE" somewhere in nLite, Tweaks. Or remove OOBE from removing components section.
  5. ok, I splistreamed SP3 into SP2 clean source and integrated IE7. I use foobar2000 so WMP for me is utter crap. Everything went smoothly, installation and so on... I think the issues are lying under the "hotfixes" patches integration for IE7 and WMP11. It is just too much work to select some settings in nLite specially tunings and services. I suggest that pre-sets are included in nLite... The accounts/network and other stuff are fun to configure. But tuning the shell and services is a real pain.
  6. I hope it doesn't break any SP3 file.......!!!! It was very silly for them not to include IE7 in SP3...
  7. ok also for what i read... it looks like the latest IE7 download is updated and doesnt't need the cumulative patches? anyone can confirm this? thanks
  8. Ok Guys, final version is definitely out and downloadable from Technet. Seeing the signature in the files, they are ready since 14th April and just released officially 6th May. QUESTION: INTEGRATING SP3 plus IE7. SP3 needs to come FIRST or AFTER, IE7?? I have heard some saying that you should integrate IE7 first and only then SP3. But I read also that some are integrating SP3 and then after that IE7. Which case is true? Scenario is: SP2 Clean Retail/VLK source, not OEM source.
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    Intergrating SP3

    You guys are forgetting something... Microsoft has added a new feature in SP3 where the user is not forced to enter the serial key during the installation, so he could complete the installation and enter the key only after the installation reboot. This feature is only available if you slipstream SP3 onto a SP1 or SP2 source. This feature won't be available when slipstreaming onto a Gold Source. Hope this gets spread.
  10. Hi, thanks for the info, would you mind to explain what is being on a domain setting? It's just a home computer and two people use it, I really miss the welcome screen w/ navigation. If you know of any hacks please tell me! Thanks again.
  11. Hi, I wanted to know if the XP-like Welcome Screen which offers face navigation is somehow present in W2K3 or removed with no possibility to accept workarounds in order to secure the system.
  12. What should I not remove to not touch: * The Limited Previlege Accounts * Faster User Switching * Secondary Logon * Remote Assistance * Adminitrative Tools * Make a folder private
  13. I know that we can fiddle with setup files and rename the %WINDIR%, %USERPROFILE% and %TEMP% folder names, but can we rename more? Like changing the following folders: C:\Documents and Settings\ Default User C:\Documents and Settings\ All Users C:\Documents and Settings\ Application Data C:\Documents and Settings\ Local Settings C:\Documents and Settings\ My Documents Can those somehow be renamed? My goal is to achieve a Unix-Like dir structure: C:\win C:\conf C:\tmp C:\conf\ all C:\conf\ default C:\conf\ local C:\conf\ appdata
  14. I know that we can rename the %WINDIR%, %USERPROFILE% and %TEMP% folder names, but can we rename more? Like changing the following folders: C:\Documents and Settings\ Default User C:\Documents and Settings\ All Users C:\Documents and Settings\ Application Data C:\Documents and Settings\ Local Settings C:\Documents and Settings\ My Documents Can those somehow be renamed? My goal is to achieve a Unix-Like dir structure: C:\win C:\conf C:\tmp C:\conf\ all C:\conf\ default C:\conf\ local C:\conf\ appdata SOLUTION: There is no way, the paths are hardcoded. The only ones to rename are already in nLite.


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