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  1. I did it as explained here.

    As install command, I use this:

    prog[pn]=['Microsoft Office 2003']
    desc[pn]=['Installs Microsoft Office 2003 Professional. <i>Recommended</i>']
    cmd1[pn]=['%CDROM%\\Applications\\Developpement\\Office2003\\PRO11.msi /qb']
    dflt[pn]=['yes']
    cat[pn]=['Developpement']
    pn++

    That's a code from my wpi, in your case, it would be:

    ECHO.
    ECHO Installing Office 2003 Professional
    ECHO Please wait...
    start /wait %systemdrive%\Install\Applications\Office2003\PRO.MSI /qb
    ECHO.

    But there's is the weird part (I think): you haven't got the same files as me, but maybe that's because you might have a different version from mine.

    As what concerns your other questions, I would suggest to take a look to the registry tweaks topic, and do a search for for example 'show hidden files' in that topic

    And hey, not EVERYONE has got all the answers... ;)

  2. Djbe...you can do the following..i put all my applications to a folder APPS in my root dvd...when unattendend you call WPI as usual from $OEM$ and choose applications with %CDROM%\\APPS\\......

    Then i make an extra folder with WPI in root of DVD and i built an autorun menu than calls %CDROM%\WPI\WPI.hta.Here config.js has the same code like unattended WPI %CDROM%\\APPS\\......

    I think i helped you..sorry for my english ..

    Thanks Sj410, that's kinda what i needed :P just to know that with %cdrom%, i had to begin from the root of the cd :D

  3. I've got another question:

    I need two WPI's:

    one for during the unattended install (done)

    one for when i want to install an app sometime from the cd (without having to copy the whole OEM folder to the hdd)

    For the second WPI, how do I call the apps? like this?

    prog[pn]=['Adobe Reader 6.02 Full']

    desc[pn]=['Allows to view PDF-Files.<i>Recommended</i>']

    cmd1[pn]=['%cdrom%\\$OEM$\\$1\\Install\\Applications\\Tools\\acroread602.exe']

    dflt[pn]=['yes']

    cat[pn]=['Tools']

    pn++

  4. Oh, ok. Thanks a lot guys. About that 'transforms' thing, do i need it if I directly call the pro11.msi with the '/qb' command? In runonceex it works that way... :D

    And about the .hta file, it doesn't want to open (seems windows doesn't recognize it) but i can open it with ie, or edit it with dreamweaver; but that with using 'open with' or first opening the program and then opening the file... Should IE be the default program for this file type? If so, I'll directly change that...

  5. hello,

    I'm new to the forums (kinda have been thinking to join for a while, but was to lazy :P

    I've been working on an unattended dvd with lot's of apps like office 2003, studio mx 2004, visual studio .net 2003, etc... I'm almost done, just making the wpi, testing, and maybe adding a bunch of drivers (like I found here, wich is kinda handy, but how up to date are these?).

    But I have some questions related to the wpi (I'm using 2.9.2):

    - how do I make it look like CyberWolf's one so that it does create one column instead of two?

    - maybe change the timer so that it gives more time, or just disable it (aka infinite time :P)

    - why can't I test the hta file? I can by selecting open, chose program and then chosing ie...

    - for adding programs in the config.js, there is the cmd1 item; sometimes it has as value 'cdrom', '...dir to app' and sometimes it has '%cdrom%...dir to app' I used to use RunOnceEx, how do I for example use this command? "%systemdrive%\Install\Applications\Office2003\PRO11.msi /qb" (of course, I'll have to add extra backslashes...



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