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  1. was included in my original List I saw it on your list. The point was that, since SP4 includes it.. it's not needed
  2. In a quick browse I noticed some redundancies. IE6.0sp1-KB918899-Windows-2000-XP-v3-x86-ENU.exe MS06-42 replaces IE6.0sp1-KB916281-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe MS06-21 IE6.0sp1-KB918439-Windows-2000-XP-x86-ENU.exe MS06-22 IE6.0sp1-KB925486-Windows2000-x86-ENU.exe replaces IE6.0sp1-KB833989-x86-ENU.exe Windows2000-KB920958-v2-x86-ENU.EXE replaces Windows2000-KB908523-x86-ENU.EXE SP4 should also include Windows2000-KB329115-x86-ENU.exe Newest scripten.exe known as WindowsXP-Windows2000-Script56-KB917344-x86-enu.exe http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...ang=en#Overview replaces scripten.exe Windows2000-KB917344-56-x86-enu.Exe
  3. What are the folders for the new files? I put KB897715, KB883939, "SP5" and windows installer in hf1 Rootsupd.exe and js56nen.exe in hf2 Should that work? *EDIT* Didn't work as expected, errors with two files during the registering components step. Among others inetcomm.dll. It seems to be related to the outlook express fix. I'm placing it into runonceex for the time being. Any suggestions?
  4. I have it in SVC-HF1 and I haven't experienced any problems (two installations so far). What kind of problems are you experiencing?
  5. Yeah, sounds very familiar. I'm thinking it might have do with it slipstreaming the XP version of dx9c even for w2k?
  6. Yeah, I figured that it might work or it would've been reported. But for me the icons have not worked on two separate installations (and the older and newer version of your package, if I recall the pre-1.0.2 worked). I don't really see anything wrong with the cmd-file but the fact is that the shortcuts wont locate the .ico files from the directory even if they're there. So to fix the icons have to manually pick the firefox exe and choose the icons from it. Weird. Well I'll see if I can figure something out, suggestions are appreciated.
  7. When using simonsays package the shortcuts on the desktop and the quicklaunch bar don't get the mozilla firefox icon (they have the "no icon"-icon). Any fix to this? (it's annoying to locate the icons manually).
  8. Anyone else been having any difficulties with slipstreaming DX 9.0c with XPCreate for w2k? There is no problems during the creation of the CD or the installation, but dx9 shows some erroneous behaviour once installed, which causes a lot of problems. Windows complains repeatedly that it cannot find an entry point to some dll (can't remember the exact message) and almost no 3D games function at all. Re-installing dx9 fixes the problems. This has happened during three separate installations and now I had to switch to RunOnceEX dx9 installation.
  9. Gagorian

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    I had no problems whatsoever creating my unattended windows 2000 installation. Thanks a lot.
  10. Check that you have the following line in Winnt.sif OemPreinstall=Yes
  11. You will obviously have to test it to make sure.
  12. Use pskill.exe (or taskkill) to terminate the applications right after install. (just put them in RunOnceEX as the next entry after the install file. pskill.exe -t hh.exe pskill.exe -t Ad-Aware.exe
  13. Or you can use IExpress for example to turn it into an executable. That way you can make it completely hidden.
  14. REGEDIT4 [HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Sygate Technologies, Inc.\Sygate Personal Firewall] "user_type"=dword:00000000 "user_name"="Your name" "company_name"="Your Company" "position"="Your position" "phone_number"="12345678" "email"="your@email.add" "serial_number"="XXXXXXXX" "serial_number2"="XXXXXXXXX" "register_code"="XXXXXXXX" Save that to a .reg file that with the correct information (your personal details and serials).. then just run it after installation. Easy as that.
  15. I couldn't really understand all what you were actually asking.. So if I understood you correctly... You only need "a prepare.cmd" if there is something you want to run before the programs install in RunOnceEx.. So it's up to you. If you cant think of anything you need to add in it you wont probably need it. (OR if you want to write the install commands into the prepare.cmd and make RunOnceEx run it... well, then that's your choice but it defeats most of the point of using RunOnceEx at all) The DEL command is used to delete a file or a group of files (wildcard, for example *.jpg) The RD command (Remove Directory) is as the name says used to delete directories. So if you want to delete a file or files use DEL.. if you want to remove the entire directory (and all the files in it) use RD. Do you mean things like deleting shortcuts? Just find the location and name of the shortcut and write the command yourself... DEL /Q "%systemdrive%\shortcut_location\shortcut.LNK"
  16. I know it isn't complicated, I looked it through. But I'm still saying that it's harder for someone understand if he has just started working on commandfiles. It can be made a lot simpler (but maybe not as "neat") with multiple files. It's up to the poster to decide which method to use
  17. Some shortcuts (Internet explorer shortcuts) are not created until the first time when you log on to your desktop, this might be causing some problems. I also suggest you add the /Q switch to the delete entries when it's complete so it will suppress the messages in case an error is encountered.. Of course now that you're testing it it's wise to not have the switches in place yet so you will see if it works. *EDIT* Found some errors.. In the following files you use .INK instead of .LNK. Change the extensions to the correct ones. DEL "%AllUsersProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\SlySoft\AnyDVD\AnyDVD.Ink" DEL "%AllUsersProfile%\Start Menu\Programs\SlySoft\AnyDVD\Register AnyDVD.Ink" DEL "%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\IsoBuster.Ink" DEL "%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Nero StartSmart.Ink" DEL "%APPDATA%\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch\Launch Internet Explorer Browser.Ink" I'd also advise changing RD /S /Q "%AllUsersProfile%\Desktop\Special Folder Icons" to RD /S /Q "%AllUsersProfile%\Desktop\Special Folder Icons\"
  18. @un4given1 Nice script, yet it might be a bit hard to understand if someone is still a beginner in unattended installs. It's just a lot easier to split the commandfile up into seprate pieces.
  19. Yeah, the reason I prefer poweroff.exe however is that it's a bit more customizable and it doesn't look like an error message (like shutdown.exe does. It also reminds me too much of MS Blaster!).
  20. Well, it's your call. I just think it serves no point to reboot twice in between. So, you should add this to your first command file. SET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce REG ADD %KEY% /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\path_to_file\software2.cmd" /f And then just add another like that to your next command file (two reboots, three files in total) SET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce REG ADD %KEY% /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\path_to_file\software3.cmd" /f
  21. Indeed, it seems a bit strange.. As I see it you could just reboot after the last installation is complete. But if you really want to reboot in between and then continue from that point you need to make the last commands into separate cmd files and just use REG.exe to add the cmdfiles into RunOnce I personally like using poweroff.exe to reboot. I use the following commandline with it: poweroff.exe reboot -force -nocancel -warn -warntime 25 -msg "Windows 2000 will now restart in 25 seconds for the installation to be complete." You can get it from http://users.pandora.be/jbosman/poweroff/poweroff.htm Place the poweroff.exe to the $OEM$\$$\system32 folder and then make your batch run that commandline.
  22. Indeed. %CD% stands for current directory, and yes it's an universal "environmental variable". It can be used in cmd files for example.
  23. I use ProductID=XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX instead of ProductKey=.... You could try that. *EDIT* I wonder if the order you have the entries in makes any difference? In my winnt.sif I have them in the following order under [userData]: FullName, OrgName, ComputerName and then ProductID
  24. Yeah, place the following command right after you have deleted the wallpapers (Or at any position after the deletion. Modify it to suit your own needs.) COPY /Y "%systemdrive%\installfolder\mywallpapers\*.jpg" "%systemroot%\Web\Wallpaper\" *EDIT* Pay special notice to the last slash after the target path, if you would write it ...Web\Wallpaper it would copy all the files into a file called wallpaper, which isn't really wanted in this case.
  25. Windows 2000 doesn't have it. So, no I don't believe you. (Yeah, I didn't really pay notice that he was using XP.) Okay, if shutdown.exe doesn't work (did you try running it from the start -> run?) you could try a few of the other alternatives you have. I personally use poweroff.exe (it doesn't look like an error message!) I use the following commandline with it: poweroff.exe reboot -force -nocancel -warn -warntime 25 -msg "Windows 2000 will now restart in 25 seconds for the installation to be complete." You can get it from http://users.pandora.be/jbosman/poweroff/poweroff.htm Place the poweroff.exe to the $OEM$\$$\system32 folder and then make your batch run that commandline. It should work.

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