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  1. I have heard of it. Looks interesting from the information on the company's website. I might request an evaluation copy just to try it for myself. I'm always on the lookout for good security apps... especially for corporations. If I get a demo and a chance to test it, I'll post back with my results.
  2. For friends and customers who either don't want to pay for security software or can't, I usually give them Malwarebyte's Anti-Malware and Avast Home Edition. I've had very good luck with both apps and neither one really slows down your system. For those who want something a little more thorough, I recommend Kaspersky Internet Security. You do have to purchase their software, though. Other than that most of the security measures I implement are OS tweaks and teaching the EU how to be careful and smart when browsing the web.
  3. Thank you all for your help. I guess I was just making things out to be more complicated than they actually were. I pointed nLite to the Service Pack 3 executable that I downloaded from Microsoft and it automatically extracted the files and integrated them into my project. I then made my project into a bootable ISO image, burned it onto a CD and tested it on a spare PC. It installed flawlessly and by all signs the SP3 integration took. A big thank you to the maker(s) of nLite.
  4. Thank you for getting back to me so quickly. I'm afraid I'm still a little confused, though. Let me ask this: once I get to the screen in nLite where it asks what tasks I want to perform, do I click Service Packs or Hotfixes? Then once that it completed, what file(s) exactly do I need to point the program to? Thank you again.
  5. Hello all, I am new here, but have been in the IT industry for years. Anyway, I was hoping someone from this board could help me out with nLite. I have used it once or twice in the past to integrate drivers into an OS, but never for anything beyond that. Right now I just need some help integrating a service pack into an OS. I receive an error the last few times I've attempted. Here's some more information: My OS: Windows XP Pro SP3 What I'm trying to do: integrate SP3 onto a Windows XP Pro SP2 CD-ROM. nLite reads my disc fine and copies its contents to my hard drive for editing, but when I go to the next step and try and integrate SP3 into my project I always get an error. It says that not all the files needed for an integration or slipstream are present. Basically what I did was download SP3 from Microsoft's website and extract its contents onto my hard drive. After that I told nLite where the i386\update\update.exe file was and then after a few seconds I receive the error I mentioned earlier. Anyway, if anyone can help me out I would greatly appreciate it. Like I said, I don't know much about this program and it's very possible that I've made a stupid mistake or something. Thank you!


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