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  1. I like it in the WPI-Window, too, but it's not really necessary. So if you think it will make better themes without, I will not miss it too much. Alex
  2. Hi cancerface! Thank you very much for the fast reply. I use CDShell for selecting the OS and from there it's just like a normal (unattended) Installation, no BartPE involved. I also don't know why I shouldn't have admin rights in this process. I have placed the cmdow.exe again where it belongs and I am still wondering when or why I deleted it from my basic DVD-template, hehe. I'll be building and testing my DVD again and will post if I get any more hints about the problem. It would be so great if I don't have to fall back on the old inflexible autologon.reg method Alex Jacobson
  3. Hi there! This tool is exactly what I was looking for to add to my unattended multiboot-DVD. However, I cannot get it to work. I have sticked with copy and paste of the default values and files and chose to run it from cmdlines.txt My setup includes BartPE and English and German Windows versions. I have used nLite to integrate Ryan's Update Packs, XPize and Bashrats Driverpacks. For the past year I have been adding users with the method described at unattended.msfn.org using cmdlines.txt. I am pretty sure I just forgot to adjust something specific in my multiboot-layout but I can't figure it out. Any help would be greatly appreciated Thank you very much, Alex Jacobson
  4. Hi there! I was looking too for AntiVir 7 switches but I fear noone has found out yet and possibly there are no such switches in the new AntiVir Version. You might consider using AutoIt, I avoided that program for a long time but it is not even remotely as hard to use it as it seems at first for someone unfamiliar with scripting languages (like me). I am still in the process of testing my script which is based on another forum script but it seems to work so far. AutoIt is not as elegant as a simple install switch (for example it just stops the mandatory first scan manually as opposed to the old @NO_SCAN in Version 6) but allows you to do basically everything you would do in a normal install with your mouse and keyboard. So if you are really determined to use AntiVir 7 over 6, AutoIt is the way to go for now and will allow you to incorporate a larger number of programs into your Unattended Installation quite easily once you know how to use it. I can post my script if you like but right now it's still a work in progress, mainly attributed to the fact that I am messing with different language versions of Windows, so my current script works with the English Windows while my testing Environment with a German Windows requires different key inputs so I will revise my script so that it does not rely on the system language (I am still learning, it's only my second AutoIt script after Photoshop 9 CS2 but that one showed me the power of AutoIt, hehe). Alex

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