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  1. Customize Classic/Domain Login

    Hi I believe you are right redfive19. I think Tony should look more at the mygina.dll file. The modifications you want to make is described in the unattended guide under Advanced users --> Cosmetics Here is the link: http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/78/
  2. Single Boot DVD of XP UNATTENDED

    All you Intermediate and Advanced users neglect to browse the Beginning user section of the MSFN Unattended guide. Goto unattended.msfn.org --> Beginning Users --> Finalizing and Testing the CD (http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/8/) This creates an iso that you can burn without any of your bootstrap files. This works for DVDs too. Good luck with your project! Kind regards Casper
  3. EAC

    You can use any valid foldername, so exactaudiocopy will also work. If you are interested in an overview of the $OEM$ distribution folders, the good guys here at MSFN has included it for reference on the unattended install website. http://unattended.msfn.org/unattended.xp/view/web/18/ Good luck Casper
  4. EAC

    Hi whereismymind If you put the EAC directory in the following directory, it will be copied to your programs folder. [RootOfXPCD]\$OEM$\$Progs\ Then you just need to create a shortcut. Kind Regards Casper
  5. How to: Change Volume Label

    This is old-school DOS executables.. Something that makes me feel happy... Just wanted to mention that using the %SystemDrive% variable with label makes the drive designation dynamic instead of a static "C:" (for all you non-C installing guys & gals out there). The %SystemDrive% variable is disclosed in the following post. Furthermore, you can type 'SET' in a command prompt - this returns all currently set variables. http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?act=ST&f=70&t=10253 Use this line in a .cmd file of your choice: LABEL %SystemDrive% System /FriendlyGhost