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Rico.JohnnY

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  1. The installer will neither give a restart prompt nor force to restart by default, so you can remove the extra /norestart For the serial number you can also specify from the switch, no need to add that to your reg file.
  2. I can't find any stand alone language files in nero's install source, i guess all language strings are compliled together in one file. So i think it is not possible to do that. If you guys want to further customize the setup package, i can upload the install script for you. it's easy to learn. Make some modification and use NSIS to compile it, then you are done. As for the install source files,launch the installer,then go to windows temp folder to retrieve them.
  3. Use this /LANG=FRA switch and you will get frence interfaces in all nero apps,but the shortcuts still remain English. Maybe it won't be a big problem. Or you could leave it blank,the installer will install automatically according to your system language.
  4. I have made this installer based on this guideNero 7 Ultra only The Basic's. ,so all credit goes to that author, i just repack it and make some improvement, such as fixing the shortcut and the Demo name issue, and adding command line options support. This installer is repacked using NSIS so as to get a better size,now it is 44.6M. Still sounds too big,but download it or not, it's up to you.After all ,the original one is 100M+. Actually,it is not "repacked", it is a recompressed one,like using 7zip to creat a switchless installer,cause the install source are still the msi version created by msiexec /a command from the official one, i just use NSIS to extract it to temp folder and then launch the setup by calling msiexec.exe .Anyway, this one supports command line options, so you can easily deploy it. i have tested it and seems work pertfectly. This installer contains Nero Buring ROM, Nero Tools, Cover Designer and Start Smart with Nero Scout disabled. Ok,here's the link, directing to my own host. http://2000c.com.cn/Nero714USilent.exe MD5: 84E6A512D801F9DA40AD927B711989D8 NOTE: Use it at your own risk, I'm not responsible for any problem that is caused by this installer. The following are the available install switches: You can also use /? switch to see the help. For manual install, just double click the installer.
  5. hey guys, I have found a weird issue. After following this guide I get two install source, one is gathered from the TMP folder with tons of cab files. Another is the install point created by the first one using /a switch,some useless feature folders and files of which have been deleted. I use AdminStudio to create a MST from nero.msi which locate in the second install source, by disabling some features, adding productkey, modifying the name from "nero 7 Demo" to "nero 7 Ultra Edition" etc. (i use a little different way, disable features by setting the INSTALLLEVEL value larger that the default 100,and change the others by configure "property manager") and then the issue occurs,when I use this MST file with the nero.msi from the second source using command line msiexec /i nero.msi TRANSFORMS=nero1.mst /norestart STARTPARAM="CallFromExe" DONOTRUNSETUPX="1" /qb, shortcuts dont be created, productkey doesn't be added and the product name still remains "Nero 7 Demo". But when i use this MST file with the nero.msi from the first source(with cab files, no files deleted), and use the same switch, everything just goes fine, shortcuts created with proper name "Nero 7 Ultra Edition", productkey added properly, no other issue found. The only problem is the install source is too big, and find no way to delete some feature files, cause all the feature files are in cab format. What I wonder is the MST is created from the second source(the one has problem),when it is used with the first source why everyting works perfectly, can someone explain this?
  6. You could remove any non - system - default user groups from it and apply the template before you install any other apps. So user groups that are created later would be appended to it. Or another way, make sure what user groups will exist in each item after you have installed OS, add them to each item of the template accordingly, then apply the template at the very end of your UA setup. maybe you could just leave it there, not tested, but should be ok. what i recommend is that you make the template as less content as possible, just leave the item you want to apply during UA setup, and delete the others to avoid unexperted problem, cause any security template that comes after will overwrite the value in your template,this issue is described in http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=9513&hl= Sorry for my poor English, it takes me 10 minutes to type these several lines.hope you could get what i mean
  7. Install from cdrom using Xplode is not that hard, here's my way: the tree of the XPCD is $OEM$ $1 $$ $Docs Cmdlines.txt I386 XPlode XPlode.cmd Xplode.exe T12.xml RunOnceEx.xml XPlode-GFXinstall.xml ... Software WIN51 WIN51IP win51ip.SP2 ..... In Cmdlines.txt,use a relative path to launch XPlode [COMMANDS] "..\XPlode\XPlode.cmd" XPlode.cmd cmdow @ /HID @ECHO off Set T12Inst=true ::get current script directory and strip the trailing slash set zpath=%~dp0 set zpath=%zpath:~0,-2% start "" /wait "%zpath%\XPlode.exe" /xml:"#XPLODE#\XPlode-GFXinstall.xml" /log:"#SYSTEMDRIVE#\T12.log" The "T12Inst" environment variable is used by XPlode-GFXinstall.xml to determine which xml should be included XPlode-GFXinstall.xml item include section <!-- include the items list --> <include file="#XPLODE#\T12.xml" condition="'#T12Inst#' == 'true'"/> <include file="#XPLODE#\RunOnceEx.xml" condition="'#T12Inst#' != 'true'"/> At the last of T12.xml,add <item display="Add Entries into RunOnceEx"> <execute display="Applying ..."> <program>reg</program> <arguments>add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx /v TITLE /d "Installing Applications" /f</arguments> <hide>true</hide> </execute> <execute display="Applying ..."> <program>reg</program> <arguments>add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx\001 /ve /d "Launching XPlode ..." /f</arguments> <hide>true</hide> </execute> <execute display="Applying ..."> <program>reg</program> <arguments>add HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx\001 /v 1 /d "#XPLODE#\XPlode.exe /xml:\"#XPLODE#\XPlode-GFXinstall.xml\" /log:\"#SYSTEMDRIVE#\RunOnceEx.log\"" /f</arguments> <hide>true</hide> </execute> </item> Ok, the relative path in Xplode.cmd doesn't seem to work, post has been modified.
  8. What do you mean by "this user"? You mean the "SUPPORT_388945a0"? Cause "SeDenyNetworkLogonRight = SUPPORT_388945a0,Guest" is the default setting on my PC, i dont know what it is like on yours. So just modify it according to your need. "SeDenyNetworkLogonRight" is eqaul to the entry "Deny access to this computer from the network" under "User Rights assignment"
  9. yup..just use the GroupPolicy.inf i provided above for your UA configue,it should work fine as mine does,don't forget to integrate KB897327.EXE into your XPCD using nlite if you use XP SP2. enjoy!
  10. Here's the GroupPolicy.inf template for removing guest acount from "deny access to this computer from the network" ,works flawlessly for me.. [unicode] Unicode=yes [Version] signature="$CHICAGO$" Revision=1 [Profile Description] Description=Enabled network access for guest account without asking user to authenticate. (Windows Professional) [Privilege Rights] SeDenyNetworkLogonRight = SUPPORT_388945a0 The following is the default setting one [unicode] Unicode=yes [Version] signature="$CHICAGO$" Revision=1 [Profile Description] Description=deny access to this computer from the network (Windows Professional) [Privilege Rights] SeDenyNetworkLogonRight = SUPPORT_388945a0,Guest
  11. First, run secpol.msc and make some necessary change for guest account. Then run secedit /export /cfg c:\GroupPolicy.inf /quiet to generate a security template. you can use that template for UA Group Policy configuring later. NOTE: you should apply the KB897327 hotfix first if you use WinXp with SP2 or you are not able to export the template normally,it can be obtained from http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enh...3-Preview.shtml, or contact Microsoft Product Support Services for it. Don't forget to integrate it into your XPCD later if you want to successfully apply the GroupPolicy template in UA mode. Unattended process: 1. Enable "file and print sharing" in Windows Xp firewall's exception list from Winnt.sif, see SP2's ref.chm for detail 2. Use net user guest /active:yes to enable the guest account 3. Finally run secedit /configure /db %systemdrive%\gp.sdb /cfg X:\XX\GroupPolicy.inf /overwrite /quiet gpupdate del %systemdrive%\gp.sdb Change the path of CroupPolicy.inf accordingly. Hope this helps!
  12. You can use a tool called BootSafe which is a freeware.But it doesn't seem to support command line options,maybe you can use autoit with it to achieve that purpose.
  13. Use secedit.exe for that purpose, i have managed to do that. Just type "secedit" in run to see the usage. If you are currentlly using windows XP with SP2, please apply the KB897327 hotfix.(detail described in http://support.microsoft.com/kb/897327). Note you must contact Microsoft Product Support Services to obtain the hotfix, or you can get it from the "Unofficial Windows XP Service Pack 3",which can be downloaded from http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/OS-Enh...3-Preview.shtml.
  14. @jdoe Many thanks..finally works. seems i made things complicated. @xpmaniac4ever Thanks all the same..
  15. still with no luck,what i get from InstPath is "\..", but i want the full path:wacko:
  16. still not working the script Set InstPath = %~dp0 Set InstPath2 = "%InstPath%\.." echo %InstPath2% pause and the output C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop>Set InstPath = C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\ C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop>Set InstPath2 = "\.." C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop>echo ECHO is on. C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop>pause Press any key to continue . . .
  17. why not add some functions like WPI that when no XP CD found in CDROM,XPlode will install apps from local hard drive. The apps path can be a parent folder relative to XPlode by default. So users can use xplode install apps either in UA XP setup or in an installed Windows..
  18. So what's the syntax while using %~dp0? Set InstPath = %dp0 Set InstPath = "%InstPath%\..\" Are these correct?
  19. As we know %~dp0 is the location of current script,so how to get the parent path of current script? For example: C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\myfolder is the current script dir,and i want to get the parent path(C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop), what's the syntax?
  20. Actually, it's the way how tweakui does,I just make a little modification. For tweakui,it changes the value to xxxxx\tweakui.exe,1 So I change the value to shell32.dll,50 to let it become more universal.
  21. 1.Restore isshortcut value under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\lnkfile 2.Apply the tweak. 3.If you use the tweak in a installed windows,refresh the icon cache using flushcode.exe make sure you have exactly followed the sequence above. Normally, the double items issue will be fixed once you have resored the "isshortcut". It is recommended that you retrieve an original copy of HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\lnkfile from anther PC. tested in two PCs, proved to work perfectly.
  22. @boooggy that's impossible. Have you already restored the isshortcut value under HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\lnkfile ?


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