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  1. Good morning. For a few months, I have been testing on a virtual machine to integrate some tools into the ISO of Windows (W10 V20H2) using the former runonce procedure used for years, but I can't make it run, I checked the scripts and they are all ok. Then to not waste time to install the ISO every time to see if it is executed directly the "setupcomplete.cmd" script directly and the log key is created with the launch programs in the path "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEX". But when the system restarts the programs are not executed. Some idea? Cordially thank you
  2. This is the structure normally used that it works with the install.wim
  3. Good morning The procedure RunOnceEx runs smoothly, integrated in ISO of Windows 10, however, I noticed a problem. If in ISO is the install.wim file everything works regularly, but if I convert that file into .esd format to decrease the size, Runonce system no longer works and can not figure out why. Perhaps with install.esd files this procedure is not supported? Sincerely thank you
  4. This is true, also works in the main route %homedrive%. The path %localappdata% good for the installer directly and also allows the uninstall, as it is a hidden folder. If it is done manually, as in my case, I have to enable the display of hidden folders. Thanks for your interest
  5. Good morning For years, I delight in creating small self-extracting files for free programs, and I would like to understand why what I can do normally in W7 I no longer possible in W10. If the example is copied in "C:\Program Files (x86)" folder full of JDowloader complete executable. If this is done manually, everything works perfectly. If I create a self-extracting file with WinRAR, when I launch the executable returns an error to some files in it. The same self-extracting file installed on W7 works without problems, what I think is that in W10 is not allowed under the "Program Files (x86)" and the like, the automatic extraction of some files. Perhaps because they changed the management in terms of safety. Is there any command or script to insert different procedure? Sincerely thank you
  6. Good morning I want to create an ISO of W10 removing apps that are unnecessary. For example if I want to delete Get Office just run a powershell command like this: powershell "Get-AppxPackage -allusers *officehub* | Remove-AppxPackage" > NUL 2>&1 This command then I insert it in a batch file @echo off powershell "Get-AppxPackage -allusers *officehub* | Remove-AppxPackage" > NUL 2>&1 exit This command then I insert it into a batch file (Delete_GetOffice.bat) This file is placed in the "Software" folder in the root of the ISO of Windows 10 Then I created the file Setupcomplete.cmd @echo off for %%w IN (D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z) DO IF EXIST %%w:\sources\install.wim SET CDROM=%%w: REG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx SET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx REG ADD %KEY% /v Flags /t REG_DWORD /d "20" /f REG ADD %KEY% /V Title /D "Post Installation..." /f >NUL REG ADD %KEY%\01 /VE /D "Delete_GetOffice" /f >NUL REG ADD %KEY%\01 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\Delete_GetOffice.bat" /f >NUL exit and inserted in ISO of Windows 10 During the nstallation RunOnce runs normally and Powershell command brings up a notice of elimination the App. But when I open the start menu appears GetOffice yet. To be sure that the command is correct, you copy the batch file on the desktop and launch the app GetOffice is eliminated normally. I do not understand why so run Once the app is not deleted, mistake in the procedure? Thank you
  7. I thought this was possible, for example by inserting a registry key or a script bat, simulating the update installed, so that they may believe that Windows update is installed and does not do more to appear in search.
  8. Good morning. And 'possible to believe that a Windows Update determitato update appears already installed? Why it is not detected in the scanning of Windows Update. Thank you
  9. Good evening Excuse me for the mistakes I'm using google translator I would use the instrallazione in sequence of the various software via RunOnceEX from external support as I used without problems in Windows 7. In Windows 8.1 when launching the file "RunOnceEx.cmd" I get the access denied message, due to the permissions of an administrator. Also, the launch of the self-extracting files they need the permission of the administrator, this happens even with UAC disabled. This is the script that I use as a test: @Echo OffSET PP=E:\Test_RunOnce\Progetto\Applicazioni_RunOnceREG ADD HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx /fSET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceExREG ADD %KEY% /v Flags /t REG_DWORD /d "20" /fREG ADD %KEY% /V TITLE /D "Software Aggiuntivo" /fREG ADD %KEY%\0002 /VE /D "Installazione Programmi..." /fREG ADD %KEY%\0080 /V 1 /D "%PP%\0080_7-Zip_9.20.exe" /fREG ADD %KEY%\0940 /V 1 /D "%PP%\0940_FastStone_Viewer_5.1.exe" /fREG ADD %KEY%\3030 /V 1 /D "%PP%\3030_Restart.cmd" /fpauseENDLOCALEXITAnd 'possible to solve this problem or do I adopt another procedure? Sincerely thank
  10. However, I have my doubts about the slipstreamer RT7Lite, ISO created is not like that of msdn W7 + sp1. Maybe I'm wrong, I think the integration of SP1 can not disable or uninstall all the features.
  11. Integrating Sp1 Not Is Properly Carrying out the integration via slipstreamer RT7Lite with, and checked with the Microsoft Update KB947821 I find the patch, which takes about 10 minutes to install!! By comparison with the ISO original W7+SP1, the patch KB947821 is not detected by Microsoft Update. Greetings
  12. I beg your pardon. The answer was: "With RT7Lite not know if this can be a problem"
  13. [italian] Con RT7Lite, non so se questo può essere un problema [/italian]

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