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glentium

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  1. sorry I'm late in this thread, but I've been an ABR user for years now, so I'm just wondering if the first post should be edited out of respect for Brian, the creator of ABR. Also, so that user always get the latest ABR version. ABR homepage says: "Please do not link directly to this file. If you like this utility and want to tell people about it, please link to this web site, and not directly to the exe/zip files." thanks!
  2. any updates on this? thanks in advance to Kels, zorphnog and everyone testing and looking into this...
  3. Have you tried MSFN's Unattended Guide? Try this: Adding Users
  4. @the_guy: please check your links July 2007 onwards, it's kinda messed up...
  5. just tested 6.2 and the reboot.js provided above. the error message is still there...
  6. My bad: When I ran again on two other machines, I get the same error as before. It's running fine on the machine where I made the unattend.mst.
  7. v6.1 solved my aforementioned problems with FrontPage 2003. thanks Kels and zorphnog!
  8. yeah, am also looking forward to a fix for this... Thanks Kels!
  9. I have a long standing problem on this update since it came out... the thread is here.
  10. I thought of that, but I personally prefer a certain sequence of installation. Can you please help me to just turn off that error message since I mostly do straight installs with no reboot in between apps?
  11. On my end, I think my FrontPage 2003 installation is leaving 'traces' that conflict with some installation, which in my case are, PowerShell, .NET 3.0, and PrimoPDF. If I remove FrontPage 2003, everything went smooth. Can somebody tell me how to simply bypass that error message. I used to be able to install everything without problems.. thanks!
  12. Tried with just FrontPage and, as can be expected, did not produce that error message. Tried without PowerShell and .NET 3.0 after FrontPage, the error message comes up after a few installs in PDF Redirect.. Is there a way to just turn off that message?
  13. I don't use nLite. Am a HFSLIP user. Though it has source reduction features, I don't use any of it.
  14. Checking Microsoft Download Center, I notice several new updates and am wondering what hotfix they replaced, if any: IMAPI API v2.0 Windows Management Instrumentation stability update JScript 5.6 BITS 2.5 am now checking if the latest HFSLIP supports them as they "seem to be normal updates"...
  15. I've already tried without frontpage, and the error message doesn't come up.. will try with just frontpage, on a REAL MACHINE...
  16. RunOnceEx at the first GUI boot... btw, thanks so much! your assistance is very much appreciated. edit: the error message appears a few seconds after FrontPage is successfully installed after WPI has moved on to next install. MS PowerShell is even installed successfully before the error message appears.
  17. Yup, this is in both v5.6 and v6. I never touched/fiddled/changed the core files, not a single line in any file. I attached my config.js and wpi_log.txt plus three screenshots after the first error message show in post #1. The first and second screenshots show the forms that will appear if I click [YES] in the "debug" dialog box show as third picture... (for some reasons, the screenshots won't show in order I attached) wpilog.zip
  18. WPI isn't resuming from a reboot when the message comes up. it's supposed to install all apps in my config.js in one go before rebooting. I don't have %reboot% instructions anywhere in my config.js. Even my application installs don't require a reboot as I can install all my applications in the same sequence using RunOnceEx without reboot.
  19. Here's my WPI_LOG: ------------------------------------------------------------ Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:22:03 PM Program: MS Office 2000 UID: OFFICE2K Order: 000110 Category: Office Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:23:21 PM cmd1 Success (returned code 0): "D:\APPS\MS\office2k\setuppro.exe TRANSFORMS=UNATTEND.MST /qn /wait" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:23:21 PM Reg After Success (returned code 0): "RegEdit /S D:\APPS\regedits\office2k.reg" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:23:21 PM Finished installation. ----- Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:23:21 PM Program: MS FrontPage 2003 UID: FP2K3 Order: 000130 Category: Developer Tools Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:24:34 PM cmd1 Success (returned code 0): "D:\APPS\MS\fp2k3\setup.exe TRANSFORMS=UNATTEND.MST /qn" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:24:35 PM Reg After Success (returned code 0): "RegEdit /S D:\APPS\regedits\fp2k3.reg" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:24:35 PM Finished installation. ----- Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:24:35 PM Program: MS PowerShell (XP) UID: MSPWRSHELLXP Order: 000240 Category: Developer Tools Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:30:31 PM cmd1 Success (returned code 0): "D:\APPS\MS\powershell\WindowsXP-KB926139-x86-ENU.exe /quiet /norestart" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:30:31 PM Finished installation. ----- Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:30:31 PM Program: .NET Framework 3.0 Extras UID: NETFRAMEWORK30EXTRAS Order: 000250 Category: Developer Tools Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:33:55 PM cmd1 Success (returned code 0): "D:\APPS\MS\DNF30.exe" Tuesday, June 26, 2007 5:33:55 PM Finished installation. ------------------------------------------------------------ Like I said in the first post, FrontPage is intalled successfully. it's just that the error message I mentioned appears. I had to click "OK" and "NO" (debug?) before WPI continues with the rest of the installations.
  20. I tried with /qn switch and still the same error messages, regardless of switch used...


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