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zicoz

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  1. Thanks on a first look it does seem to do what I want it to, it'll probably take me a couple of days to get through though so I'll get back to you Thank you once again.
  2. I have been searching for a way to create an "ultimate" harddrive, I want to plug it into a computer and then get a menu where I can choose a ISO to launch, I have found various solutions for the concept, like these 2: http://www.pendrivelinux.com/boot-multiple...-multiboot-usb/ http://www.hak5.org/episodes/episode-524 But they only focus on Linux and other ISOs, and not Windows ones. Is there any way to create such a disk? Let's say I want the following ISOs on the disk: Windows Vista 32/64-bit Windows XP 32/64-bit Windows 7 32/64-bit Windows Home Server Windows Server 2003 and 2008 And thei
  3. Ok, I have a fileserver running Solaris (NexentaCore) and this server requeries one to log on with a username and password. As we all know the easy way of just marking "save password" is not active in Vista, so we have to use the "Stored Credentials Properties". But as far as I understand this isn't possible in Vista Home Basic is it? So I was thinking, is it possible to create a "logon script" that connects to the server when I log on? The reason why I want to do this, is that it is a HTPC, and I'm trying to make any use of a keyboard obsolete. So I can't have a password on the logon either.
  4. This pending.xml file, do I remove this from the iso? From the newly installed produkt, or from the updated product before restarting?
  5. Yeah, I probably removed too much then, took it down to about a 680MB iso with Home Basic. But atleast it works for what it is supposed to.
  6. I just installed my first Vlite installation, and it worked fine untill I tried to run Windows Update, because now it just keeps looping on the boot, it gets to 100% on the "3 of 3" part, then it reboots, and this goes on and on and on and on. Is it impossible to run Windows Update on a vlite intallation? Is this somehow because it tries to update things that aren't there?
  7. Any chance you could share the presets?
  8. There is a maximum amount for Vista aswell, but the good part is that you don't have to type inn the serial untill 30 days after you have installed Vista, so you can test it as much as you want, and when you're happy you can enter the serial.
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