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Doc Symbiosis

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  1. You could have a try with autohotkey ( http://www.autohotkey.com ). It a little but very effectiv helper. When you search a little, you'll find a lot of existing scripts. The following link leads to the project of ct ( Unfortunately everything is in german.) But you only have to download actiaid with the following link, install it and install autohotkey Contained are a lot of useful functions, which are known from Mac-OS or Linux, such as highlighting copy/paste with the mouse or a plugin, so that you can run commands through typing in the explorer address bar ( Very useful, I thnik). The fine thing with autohotkey is, that you can learn very fast to write your own scripts, so that you can customize them very well for your own needs.
  2. In XP, I do it with the following reg-setting: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced] "Start_LargeMFUIcons"=dword:00000000 "Start_MinMFU"=dword:0000000c Import this and restart the explorer.
  3. I think that you're in the totally wrong forum. Perhaps have a try and make a post in the application forum. Unfortunately I can't give you a hint to an appropriate software, searched for the same thing a few years ago without any luck.
  4. Just rename the folder and change the registry value "Personal" contained in HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shellfolders.
  5. When you import the regiostry settings through cmdlines.txt, the reg-settings referring to HKCU are taken for every new created user, because at this moment, only the default user exists. When you want to do it at a later moment,, you've got to import the settings to HKU\.Default, then the settings are taken for every user, who didn't login till now.
  6. You could use a little modified way of adding users on the unattended guide -> Intermediate Users -> Adding User to make the administrator logon automatically. Works fine for me
  7. You need it, when you want to run a .cmd by double click, not more and not less. If you personally need it, is another question, only you can answer.
  8. It's a little around the corner, but since XP doesn't care about capital letter or not in names of files and folders, you could rename the folder in a batch.
  9. Delete the following key: HKCR\Directory\shell\find Delete the following key: HKCR\*\shellex\ContextMenuHandlers\{a2a9545d-a0c2-42b4-9708-a0b2badd77c8} I'm still looking for these... Hope this helped a little.
  10. I don't know the exactly time, when WFP is enablde, but when cmdlines.txt is called, it isn't enabled, that's why I install daemon tools from here.
  11. I want automatically assign drive letters to the partition and CDROm-drives.
  12. Just change the registry value ProgramFilesDir in HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion
  13. I'm trying to get a list of my drives in a batch to automate the process of assigning drive letters. When I type 'fsutil fsinfo drives' in comman line, I get a list of my drives. C:\>fsutil fsinfo drives Drives: A:\ C:\ D:\ E:\ F:\ G:\ But in a for loop, I only get the first drive letter. Anybody knows, what's wrong in the for construction? C:\>for /F "tokens=*" %i in ('fsutil fsinfo drives') Do echo %i C:\>echo Drives: A:\ Drives: A:\
  14. You could use the following regtweak, which not only disables the search assistant, but also uses advanced search: ;----- Disable "Search Dog" and use advanced search [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Search Assistant] "Actor"="" "SocialUI"=dword:00000000 "UsageCount"=dword:00000000 "UseAdvancedSearchAlways"=dword:00000001 If you just use the first two lines, you only disable the search assistant and use the normal search function.
  15. Just follow the instructions for intermediate users -> Device drivers -> SATA drivers on http://unattended.msfn.org and everything should work fine.
  16. So this also works , when I need the drivers for the HDD I want to install Xp on?
  17. Perhaps first have a try with installing windows only with the apps and have a look, if this works. If so you can go on with the drivers and be sure, that the failing start depends on the drivers.
  18. The question is, what the difference of the 2 computers to the others is. Do you made any other settings on the two computers, on which WPI fails to run? Is the drive letter of the CDROM detected? And what exactly is the error on the two computers? Does WPI fail to start or do the apps seems to install, but doesn't?
  19. The following three lines in a batch should do the job netsh interface ip set address source=static name= "Local Area Connection" addr= mask= gateway= 1 netsh interface ip set dns "Local Area Connection" static primary netsh interface ip set dns "Local Area Connection" static secondary
  20. I wanted to say, that I don't know a way to change TCP/IP settings through registry, but out of runonceex you could call use a batch, in which you use the netsh interface ip command, which is a command to configure the network settings. So what exactly do you want to do?
  21. Is there a way to change the default users profile in a simple way ( I thought about copying a modified profile to Project\profiles\default ), because I don't want sof to create a profile, but to install a modified default user profile?
  22. About the regkey method I'm not quite sure, but you can chnage the ip-settings through command line using the "netsh interface ip" command.
  23. I don't know if this makes any difference is, that my Network-adapter is named: AdapterSections=params.MS_TCPIP.Adapter1 It's the only diffenrence, I can see in my config. By the way, I think that since SP2 nothing has changed in the winnt.sif concerning the network configuration.
  24. Sure you could, just follow the instructions from the guide using the runonceex.cmd and in the application forum you can find the adequate switches, so that also your software ( at least for the software you mentioned, this is possible ) installs silently.
  25. I don't know, from where you call the start.cmd, but perhaps the following brings in a little light: The Unattended-Guide uses the cmdlines.txt to import the regtweks, because at that moment, there only exists the default user and so all the tweaks, even those concerning HKCU are deployed for every user. Are in you're way none of the tweaks applied or perhaps only to the current user? And it would be helpful to know, from where the start.cmd is called.
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