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fly

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  1. There seems to be so many keys that this effects. Anyone know how this can be done?
  2. If anyone cares, the answer for me was to make an administrative install of the application. That got rid of the error.
  3. Isnt there a way to actually run an install script via an SFX file, or am I thinking of something else?
  4. Nah, I didn't get that far. Actually, not sure how to do sfx now that you mention it... Info?
  5. So I found where AOL downloads the Trition install, and ripped a bunch of crap out of it. This leaves just the basic AIM. In case anyone wants it, this is the latest version: http://pzind.com/msfn/triton_install_2.2.78.1-SLIM.7z
  6. I downloaded a copy of Windows Defender and made some adjustments to it for a silent install. It would work except I get a security warning that pops up that says : How can I make that go away?
  7. Nevermind, this is the issue. I'll run it again tomorrow.
  8. Not regedit, but REG IMPORT. The majority of the file is posted in my first post.
  9. Okay, when running the IMPORT, I get an error about Invalid file format. It's a REG file, and works via double clicking. What am I doing wrong?
  10. My apologies for questioning you, its just that I thought I had tried that before and it did not work. It is entirely possible that I am wrong though. I shall try that. If not, the Default User is an EXCELLENT idea. Thanks
  11. Are you certain about that? I thought that I had read that .Default is only used when no one is logged on. There are very few keys listed in default...
  12. Crap. Then how can I affect ALL users with the reg key? If I use HKCU after an account has actually logged on, it will only effect that account...
  13. Sometimes I'm not so smart. That does explain the Office thing, but doesn't explain the Classic Search...
  14. I have a reg file that I add with cmdlines.txt. Its all HKCU stuff. At that point, all HKCU stuff should become default for any user that logs on later, correct? It seems that some of the stuff gets added and some doesn't. I can't figure out why. For example, the 'Use Classic Search in Windows XP' key doesn't show up, but 'Disable Systray BalloonTips' does. Any ideas why? Here is the file: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 ; *********************************************************** ; HKEY_CURRENT_USER KEYS ; *********************************************************** ; Set screensaver timeout [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "ScreenSaveTimeOut"="900" ;Enable Directory Completion in a Command Prompt window ;Press TAB to complete the remainder of a directory name ;You can press the TAB multiple times to scroll through the choices [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Command Processor] "PathCompletionChar"=dword:00000009 ;Disable Systray BalloonTips ;Show File and Folder Names Using the Correct Case [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced] "EnableBalloonTips"="0" "DontPrettyPath"=dword:00000001 ;Disable Print BalloonTips [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Printers\Settings] "EnableBalloonNotificationsRemote"=dword:00000000 ;Turn on NUMLOCK at Windows XP Logon Box [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Keyboard] "InitialKeyboardIndicators"="2" ;Use Classic Search in Windows XP [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\CabinetState] "Use Search Asst"="no" ;Force the Classical Control Panel Display Style. [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer] "ForceClassicControlPanel"=dword:00000001 ;Disable Personalized Menus (Start Menu items) [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced] "IntelliMenus"=dword:00000000 ;Default time-out before ending the task is defined by the value of WaitToKillAppTimeout [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop] "AutoEndTasks"="1" "WaitToKillAppTimeout"="5000" ; Enable old Outlook password dialog box [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\RPC] "DisableCredUI"=dword:00000001 ;**** ; FIN ;****
  15. You can actually put it anywhere you want as long as you use OemFilesPath...
  16. That's how I do it. @echo off cls echo Mapping drive... net use t: %~dp0.. echo. :: Loop through all .exes for %%a in ("T:\updates\exe\*.exe") do ( echo Integrating %%~na call "%%~a" /integrate:t: /passive if not errorlevel 1 ( ren %%~a %%~nxa.done ) else ( echo. echo ERROR installing %%~na echo. ) ) echo. echo Unmapping drive... net use t: /delete echo. echo Updates complete, take note of any possible errors above. pause edit: However, RyanVM's Integrator is better, since the hotfixes are already installed that way. Saves time during the install...
  17. Any other ideas if that didn't work?
  18. I would but it doesn't work well with unattended network installs.
  19. Normally, I follow M$ directions listed here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/828930/ However, it doesn't seem to work with this patch. I get an error that the command line syntax is wrong. How can I get this to integrate?
  20. I edited the install a little. aolsoftware.exe shouldn't start now. I was really hoping for a silent installer wo/ Autoit, but it will have to work. EDIT: Okay, oddly aolsoftware.exe still starts, but I got AIM to not launch when hitting close. So you don't ahve to kill the setup.exe now.
  21. Okay, I really need this **** install to be silent. I've already gone in and cut all the crap out of the install. No Viewpoint, no toolbars, no gay, no nothing. However, there is a dialog box that pops up at the end to say the install is done. If I could just get rid of that, it would be close enough to a silent install to me. Can anyone shed some light on how to do that? BTW, cutting out all the crap changed it from 14MB install to an 8MB install. o.O Link This is my own server, please be gentle with the downloads...


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