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  1. KB953356 is not necessary for SP3
  2. Cryptographic Services is also necessary.
  3. .net is a great piece of s***, my opinion, if I wana more security or cross platform, I'd rather choose java instead of .net
  4. I couldn't find '.NET Framework' and 'Windows Update', and even though all the components were selected, the final iso was much more larger than 321mb
  5. I've used nLite 1.41 to integrate IE7 and WMP11 with my XP SP2 and a lot of service packs downloaded by WUD and remove several components including "Automatic Update". But to my surprise, "Automatic Update" couldn't be deleted during one step so thar I had to reopen nLite and deal with the nlited source files twice. I post my preset below and appreciate if someone would like to help me preset.zip
  6. I've met the same problem after integrateing KB888111 and KB896256. I wonder whether it is the reason.
  7. See: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...ab-2a70139ae839 It is very important and is not included in the update lists
  8. This is my batch file: set APP_HOME=%~dp0 rem ====================================================================== rem Tweaks rem ====================================================================== echo [AddReg] >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem 10 lines per wheel echo HKCU,"Control Panel\Desktop","WheelScrollLines",0x00000002,"10" >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Cancel smooth scrolling echo HKCU,"Control Panel\Desktop","SmoothScroll",0x00000001,00,00,00,00 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Cancel windows' min/max animations echo HKCU,"Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics","MinAnimate",0x00000002,"0" >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Auto complete files or directories by "tab" in command prompt echo HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Command Processor","CompletionChar",0x00010001,9 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" echo HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Command Processor","PathCompletionChar",0x00010001,9 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Disable quick edit mode of command prompt echo HKCU,"Console","QuickEdit",0x00010001,0 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Disable shell enhancement (Classic NT4 style) echo HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer","ClassicShell",0x00000001,01,00,00,00 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" rem Don't remember each folder's settings echo HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced","ClassicViewState",0x00010001,1 >> "%APP_HOME%I386\HIVEDEF.INF" Copy to the folder containing installation files and execute it before making ISO. Enjoy it
  9. It seems to be only a DNS cache.
  10. Kerberos can most likely be ignored but it is necessary.
  11. It is not integrated in SP3. But it can be found here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss...ocid=MIGR-65456 http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss...ocid=MIGR-65440 http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss...ocid=MIGR-65396
  12. Greay job! Thanks a lot.
  13. Virtual machines such as VMWare and VirtualBox is the best testing suit. You can use .iso to emulate so that you will not waste CDs any more.
  14. My experience is that only four services is needed: event log, plug and play, rpc and sam If you want to enable network, start server, workstation, computer browser and network connections; If you want to use dial network, open remote access connection manager, remote access auto connection manager and telephony. And so on ...
  15. I've used nLite for a long time and love it very much. It works quite well with my XP. But when I used it to shrink 2000 I found some components can't be removed. They are system infomation, connection wizard, vgx.dll and kodark imaging. All of them are located in "Program Files" folder. I don't know whether I ignored something important so I have to look for some help here. Before nlited, my windows 2000 was intergrated with IE6 and DX9 using the script provided here (by the way, it is also a wonderful thing, I think): http://bbs.ylmf.com/read-ylmf-tid-414115.html

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