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darlingm

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  1. Here's my WINNT.SIF file. I assume there isn't supposed to be anything in here for Remote Desktop. I assume there's a registry tweak file somewhere -- I'm just not sure where nLite puts those for me to check that file. ; Generated by nLite 1.3 [Data] AutomaticUpdates="Yes" Autopartition=0 UnattendedInstall="Yes" MsDosInitiated=No [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended UnattendSwitch="Yes" OemPreinstall="Yes" OemSkipEula="Yes" FileSystem=* WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1 DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore Repartition="Yes" [systemRestore] DisableSR=1 CreateFirstRunRp=0 [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=* TimeZone=035 OEMSkipRegional=1 OemSkipWelcome=1 [Components] [userData] ProductKey="<ommitted>" ComputerName=* FullName="User" [RegionalSettings] Language= "0409" [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents="Yes" [identification] JoinWorkgroup="WORKGROUP" [GUIRunOnce] command9="%SystemDrive%\DPsFnshr.exe"
  2. Here's my WINNT.SIF file. I know that Data.AutomaticUpdates doesn't have more options than Yes or No, so I'm assuming there should be a registry tweak file somewhere -- I'm just not sure where nLite puts those for me to check that file. ; Generated by nLite 1.3 [Data] AutomaticUpdates="Yes" Autopartition=0 UnattendedInstall="Yes" MsDosInitiated=No [unattended] UnattendMode=FullUnattended UnattendSwitch="Yes" OemPreinstall="Yes" OemSkipEula="Yes" FileSystem=* WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1 DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore Repartition="Yes" [systemRestore] DisableSR=1 CreateFirstRunRp=0 [GuiUnattended] AdminPassword=* TimeZone=035 OEMSkipRegional=1 OemSkipWelcome=1 [Components] [userData] ProductKey="<ommitted>" ComputerName=* FullName="User" [RegionalSettings] Language= "0409" [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents="Yes" [identification] JoinWorkgroup="WORKGROUP" [GUIRunOnce] command9="%SystemDrive%\DPsFnshr.exe"
  3. Please forgive me if this issue has been previously posted, I didn't run into any other posts while searching for similar issues. In Unattended settings, I have "AutomaticUpdates=Download and notify of installation" selected. After I install Windows, however, machines have "Automated" selected instead of "Download updates for me, but let me choose when to install them in Control Panel's AutomaticUpdates. Attached is my LAST_SESSION.INI LAST_SESSION.INI
  4. Please forgive me if this issue has been previously posted, I didn't run into any other posts while searching for similar issues. In the tweaks section of nLite, I have "Show Advanced" checked. In tweaks, I have "Network.RemoteDesktop=Enable" checked. After I install Windows, however, machines still have Remote Desktop unchecked in Control Panel's System Properties. (And, yes, I tried using remote desktop even though the option was disabled, it didn't work.) Attached is my LAST_SESSION.INI LAST_SESSION.INI
  5. I'm trying to create a DVD that can run fully unattended and install the addons listed below. I'm in a catch-22 from what I've read. I want to be able to hit a key to boot off the CD, walk away for some time, and come back with the installation complete. The catch-22 I believe I am in is that I don't believe I can set "Unattend.UnattendMode=FullUnattended" because Microsoft's documentation of that line states "During an attended installation, improperly signed hardware drivers generate a warning dialog box. If you use the FullUnattended value, then Setup does not install hardware drivers unless they are properly signed." I am using Driverpacks.net (all packages) and obviously all of those drivers are not signed. Although I have set "Unattend.NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore" and "Unattend.DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore" by Microsoft's documentation, unsigned drivers would still fail with FullUnattended. The other half of the catch-22 I believe that I am in, is that by using "Unattend.UnattendMode=DefaultHide", setup still pauses on a hard drive already partitioned and formatted with a previous install to ask me about partition information. I have tried combinations of "Data.AutoPartition=1" & 0 and "Unattend.Repartition=1". I'm assuming (maybe improperly) that it's still stopping since I'm not in FullUnattended mode. (As for AutoPartition 1 & 0, I've read conflicting reports on if using Unattend.Repartition which value to use for AutoPartition. I want it to just nuke whatever's on the drive.) Furthermore, by using DefaultHide, setup still pauses at "Computer name" even though it has a random computer name filled in per my "UserData.ComputerName=*" line. SO... Is there a way I can use FullUnnattend with unsigned drivers? Or can I get DefaultHide to stop pausing for partitioning and computername? Stage 1 of ISO creation, Addons, using nLite * RyanVM Update Pack v2.1.9 * RyanVM Update Pack WGA Addon 1.5.723.1 * RyanVM Update Pack WGAN Addon 1.7.18.1.7 * MicrosoftUpdateAgent_2 * MicrosoftDotNet_1.1-2-and-3 * RyanVM DirectX 9.0c Addon v1.33 * JavaSERuntime_6.1 * AdobeAcrobat_8 * AvgFreeAntivirus_7.5.446a991 * Windows Media Player v11 v1.4.6 * IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe Stage 2 of ISO creation, Driverpacks.net* Run DPs_Base.exe to integrate all of Driverpacks.net drivers Stage 3 of ISO creation, manually edit I386/WINNT.SIF * Changes are underlined [Data] AutomaticUpdates="Yes" Autopartition=0 UnattendedInstall="Yes" MsDosInitiated=No [unattended] UnattendMode=DefaultHide UnattendSwitch="Yes" (Changed from No) OemPreinstall="Yes" OemSkipEula="Yes" FileSystem=* WaitForReboot="No" NoWaitAfterTextMode=1 NoWaitAfterGUIMode=1 DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore NonDriverSigningPolicy=Ignore Repartition=1 (Line added) [systemRestore] DisableSR=1 CreateFirstRunRp=0 [GuiUnattended] TimeZone=035 OEMSkipRegional=1 OemSkipWelcome=1 [Components] [userData] ProductKey="<omitted>" FullName="User" (Line added) ComputerName=* (Line added) [RegionalSettings] Language= "0409" [Networking] InstallDefaultComponents="Yes" [identification] JoinWorkgroup="WORKGROUP" [GUIRunOnce] command9="%SystemDrive%\DPsFnshr.exe" Stage 4 of ISO creation, use nLite (without any options except make ISO) to make the ISO/burn to DVD
  6. Thanks for your reply. That's actually the WGA addon instead of the WGA notification addon, though. http://tracker.ryanvm.net/detail?id=86 Is the WGA notification. The torrent was broken, but RyanVM fixed it a few hours ago so it's properly downloading now.
  7. First off, I'm looking for the legitimate KB905474 WGA Notification. I'm not interested in any cracked versions being installed on my client's machines. /Q seems to be the only option that the EXE will take. The other more standard switches it complains about. During the Windows Installation, it waits for user input to hit next a few times and isn't completely quiet to allow an unattended install. Anyone have a link to a legit MS WGA Notification addon that can work without user input during install? entries.ini [general] builddate=04/15/2007 description=Microsoft KB905474 WGA Notification language=English version=1 website=http://www.microsoft.com [EditFile] SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram [AddProgram] WindowsXP-KB905474-ENU-x86-Standalone.exe /Q
  8. The installer correctly runs in the T-13 stage, in quiet mode b, however complains that it requires 800x600 with 256 colors. Hitting next allows it to install correctly, so when setup is complete, the application is fully functional. Since the Windows install is going to run at 640x480, is there any way to suppress this message during the install? entries.ini [general] builddate=04/15/2007 description=Adobe Photoshop Album Starter Edition 3 language=English version=3 website=http://www.adobe.com [EditFile] SVCPACK.INF,SetupHotfixesToRun,AddProgram [AddProgram] psa30se_en_us.exe /v/qb
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