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  1. I ran into this in the very beginning. Scrap everything you have from previous PE versions. You will need to re-copile all optional components form the SP1 ver of 2003 Server. Start new. They only files you will be saving are the drivers you add in yourself. Chris
  2. If you use NoReboot you must issue the EXIT command yourself in your scripting to cause PE to reboot and continue the install. Basically... In the Startnet.cmd I do a WSCRIPT.EXE MYSCRIPT.VBS. That holds the startned.cmd open. Then the next line is EXIT which causes PE to reboot once the VBS ends. Chris
  3. Easy Does it. Points taken on both sides. No need to fight over it. Now calm down or I'll send you both to your rooms for a time out! heheheheheheh Chris
  4. That depends on your application. The tools I use do not Format NTFS properly. So Fat32 is what I use innitially. This allow me to create a formatted 10 gig partition or up to a 500 Gig partition Very fast. The 10 gig partition takes less than 15 seconds. Yes it extends the build time a but because of the conversion. But I accept it. This is not an issue when I do imaging. Chris
  5. I saw some interesting comments in your post. The extendOEMPartition switch does work under XP. Our desktop team uses it with every build. I also use it with Windows 2000 and 2003 Server installs. You may want to change your logic. I found it best to create a FAT32 partition and let the install process convert it to NTFS on it's own. I found that when I created an NTFS partition using powerquests PQIDEPLOY, that the OS didn't like the format. So now I allow the setup to convert during install (it's an unattend switch) it gave me a fully supported File structure by Microsoft. Don't forget.. after you create and format the partition, you have to MOUNT it to the PE OS as a drive letter so it can be written to. Chris
  6. PE 2005 is RTM as well and is on the Beta Site. Chris
  7. I think that alot of people are forgetting that Windows PE (either Barts version or the Microsoft OPK) is a means to an end. It was never ment to be used as an operating system with application suites installed. Thats why there are so many limitations built in. PE was origionally only avaliable to OEM vendors and application developers. Which is why it is so basic and customizable. Development is required to produce the end product. Each has advantages and disadvantages. Support and license compliance being the biggest factor in the corporate community. Chris
  8. [quote name='x86' date='May 26 2004, 11:56 PM']Actually if you wait a little bit, ill be done with my other program that allows BartPE plugins to work with WinPE. [right][post="135012"][/post][/right][/quote] Way Cool. Is this app done yet? I'd love to see it. Chris
  9. Sounds like you don't have a mass controller driver. IBM is notorious for revving the drivers every other week. Make sure you have firmware and driver in lock step. Chris
  10. I don't do this... but I kow it if fully documented in teh help file for ver 2004 and higher. Chris
  11. I use this list with PE 1.6. Should be the same for 1.5 or very little variation. del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\angsaz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\artrbdo.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\artro.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browa.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browab.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browai.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browau.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaub.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaui.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browauz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\comic.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\comicbd.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordia.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiab.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiai.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiau.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaub.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaui.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiauz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\david.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\davidbd.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\davidtr.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\estre.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\frank.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\gautami.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgia.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiab.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiai.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiaz.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\impact.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\latha.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriam.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamc.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamfx.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamtr.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mvboli.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\nrkis.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\pala.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palab.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palabi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palai.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\raavi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\rod.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\rodtr.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\shruti.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpbdo.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpfxo.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpo.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebuc.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucbd.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucit.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\tunga.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdl.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upceb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcebi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcei.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcel.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfl.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcib.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcibi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcii.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcil.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcji.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjl.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcki.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckl.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upclb.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upclbi.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcli.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcll.ttf del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\afcnt.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\cpqfcalm.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\lp6nds35.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1080.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql12160.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1240.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1280.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2100.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2200.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2300.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rasacd.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\raspppoe.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\raspptp.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rawwan.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rocket.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rootmdm.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\sonydcam.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\speed.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\stlnata.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\sx.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\tbatm155.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\tos4mo.sys del %1\WinPE2005.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\wanarp.sys Chris
  12. Currently you can't. The Client loader is hard set to Auto negotiate. I submitted this as a feature request / Bug to Microsoft. Chris
  13. You are correct, but that remove list blows away network support and everything. The documentation only says to refer to the list. I figured that with so many people using a RAM disk and what not, that they would try to reduce the size of their images. Maybe not. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Correct. This is only a reference. You need to know what you use for networking. Here is a safe list.. Start here. I turned it into a small script. del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\angsaz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\artrbdo.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\artro.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browa.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browab.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browai.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browau.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaub.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaui.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browauz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\browaz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\comic.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\comicbd.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordia.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiab.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiai.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiau.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaub.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaui.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiauz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\cordiaz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\david.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\davidbd.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\davidtr.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\estre.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\frank.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\gautami.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgia.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiab.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiai.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\georgiaz.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\impact.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\latha.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriam.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamc.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamfx.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mriamtr.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\mvboli.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\nrkis.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\pala.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palab.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palabi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\palai.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\raavi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\rod.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\rodtr.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\shruti.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpbdo.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpfxo.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\simpo.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebuc.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucbd.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\trebucit.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\tunga.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcdl.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upceb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcebi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcei.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcel.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcfl.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcib.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcibi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcii.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcil.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcji.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcjl.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcki.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upckl.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upclb.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upclbi.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcli.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\Fonts\upcll.ttf del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\afcnt.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\cpqfcalm.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\lp6nds35.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1080.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql12160.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1240.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql1280.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2100.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2200.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\ql2300.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rasacd.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\raspppoe.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\raspptp.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rawwan.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rocket.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\rootmdm.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\sonydcam.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\speed.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\stlnata.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\sx.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\tbatm155.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\tos4mo.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\tsbvcap.sys del %1\WinPE1.2.ISOBuilder\pecd.root\I386\system32\drivers\wanarp.sys Chris
  14. Shrimpboy... Are you using the Windows PE OPK or Barts PE? I've seen several posts by you and it seems you are mixing bits and peices of both. Can you clarify Chris
  15. Microsoft provides two files called SERVERSP1-REMOVELIST.TXT and XPSP2-REMOVELIST.TXT in the PE 2005 build. I believe there is also a file called for PE 2004. Look in the SAMPLES directory on the PE CD. The Help files also has documentation of reducing the size of PE. Chris
  16. New feature on the way! The one missing part is the ability to specify the block size for the Dload. With a forced 8k block size.. a 150 meg image loads in 25 seconds! The default (fixed) auto setting takes over 4 minutes to Dload. I was asked by the PE product manager to submit a bug repoort about this. MS is going to try and squeek this into the SP1 release. But if it does not make it... it will be in the longhorn version. I'm still docking out my Linux PXE server config. Chris
  17. I use a customized tool that collects this data and stores it in an INI file. Can't give it out.. sorry. Corporate policy. . But here is one question... will you ever need to install the OS to anything but disk 1 Partition 1? I do. So I keep a table that knows what model of server requires a system partition. It sets a variable in my script So now have 2 options. Disk 1 Part 1 and Disk 1 Part 2. There are 2 sub routines. Based on the varables... I know which one to run. Chris
  18. Press Any Key is not something you can change by editing a config file. you would need to use a hex editor and modify system files. I don't recommend it. Chris
  19. Download the VB runtimes. Extract the files. Copy them to your PE structure (system32 dir) before you create your ISO. I didn't do anyhting special. FYI... On another note ... RC2 of Server SP1 was released yerterday. I have not gone to beta place yet but that means there is a new build of PE too. Chris
  20. Yes... My custom VB app runs just fine. All I did was download the latest VB6 runtimea and put the files in the correct place. Chris
  21. Thats no big suprise. IBM is notorious for updating the driver/firmware any chance they get. In fact. You have to sync the firmware and driver for the ServRaid controller. IBM is the only manufacturer I know that does not use a default Video driver. HP's are easy. It just works! Chris
  22. Been there ... Done that... If you are using 2005. START OVER! I made that mistake. Save nothing from your previous version. Generate all new files. Chris
  23. Do you have a path specified?
  24. I can PXE boot Winpe 2005 in a HP DL360G3 With HT enabled just fine. I also did it on an IBM Blade 2.8GHZ with HT enabled. Chris
  25. So am I... I will be collecting this info from my Linux team so I can DOC it out. I can answer your questions at a later time. Sorry. I'm a newbie when it comes to Linux. I can tell you we had to use a different TFTP server because of the file size. (158 meg ISO) and we had to change the block size. Chris


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