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  1. TESTED AS OF AS OF 2010-09-14 - WINDOWS 7 ULTIMATE + LogMeIn 4.1.0.1310 ***** Starting ***** 1.1. Download ORCA (http://www.technipages.com/download-orca-msi-editor.html) 1.2. Download https://secure.logmein.com/logmein.msi 1.3. Copy LogMeIn.msi to LogMeInSilent.msi (so you have a original in case you need to restart) ***** Use Orca to edit LogMeInSilent.msi as follow: ***** On InstallExecuteSequence Table 2.1. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": ACTION: GetLMIRegistrationCookie CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3710 2.2. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": ACTION: LMIGetLicense CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3730 2.3. find CreateUser action and change condition from: CANCREATEUSER AND PASSWORDSOK="true" AND VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 2.4. find CreateUserSetProperty action and change condition from: CANCREATEUSER AND PASSWORDSOK="true" AND VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 2.5. Right click SetX64Path and select "Drop Row". 2.6. Right click SetX86Path and select "Drop Row". On Property Table 2.7. find LICENSETYPE and change condition from: 5 into: 0 ** next step might not needed if you used the link above ** 2.8. Right click DEPLOYID and select "Drop Row" 2.9. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USEREMAIL VALUE: your account's email address NOTE: you MIGHT need to add another row, with ACCOUNTEMAIL. I did not, and it worked just fine. 2.9b. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: ACCOUNTEMAIL VALUE: your account's email address 2.10. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERWEBPASSWORD VALUE: your account's web login password 2.11. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERPASSWORD VALUE: win password if no windows password present 2.12. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERVERIFYPWD VALUE: win password if no windows password present (again) NOTE: There are other rows that can be added this way, if needed: PROPERTY: ProxyServer VALUE: proxy server, for example, proxy01 PROPERTY: ProxySettings VALUE: ??? PROPERTY: ProxyPort VALUE: proxy server port, for example 8080 PROPERTY: ProxyUserName VALUE: proxy server user PROPERTY: ProxyPassword VALUE: proxy server pass PROPERTY: ProxyVerifyPwd VALUE: proxy server pass (again) 2.13. Click "File - Save" (not "Save As" a new file) ***** TESTING ***** You should have LogMeIn NOT installed on your machine to work. Anyway. Run "LogMeInSilent.msi /q LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces", with no quotes, and after a while, LogMeIn should be installed on your machine, and logged to your account as "NameWithNoSpaces". NameWithNoSpaces is any string with no spaces, for example MyFriendCharliePC. If you want LogMeIn to use the default PC name, run it without the "LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces" part. ***** Puting All Into A Self Contained Package ***** I would use WinRAR, cause it is more or less free, and very simple. 1. Download and install WinRAR. 2. Right click over LogMeInSilent.msi, and select "Add to archive..." 3. On the "General" tab: check "Create SFX Archive". 4. On the "Comment" tab: On the "Enter a comment manually" field, copy all four lines: Setup=LogMeInSilent.msi /q TempMode Silent=1 Overwrite=1 *NOTE* if you want to define the computer name, replace the 1st line with: Setup=LogMeInSilent.msi /q LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces 5. Press OK and let WinRAR create a .EXE file. When run, the LogMeInSilent.exe would decompress to a temp folder, wait for LogMeInSilent.msi to run, and then delete all. Hope it helps.
  2. I have created my own post, cause i want to be able to edit the first post when i update the instructions, and i can not do it here.
  3. OK, i have read the whole post, and did this brief, with some information/testing of my own. I have tried all that i have put here, and it works 100% for me, on XP SP2. ***** Starting ***** 1. Download ORCA (http://www.technipages.com/download-orca-msi-editor.html) 2. Download LogMeIn.msi (http://www.logmein.com) 3. Copy LogMeIn.msi to LogMeInSilent.msi (so you have a original in case you need to restart) 4. Use Orca to edit LogMeInSilent.msi as follow: ***** On InstallExecuteSequence Table ***** 1. find GetDeployInfo action and change condition from: UILevel=2 AND UPGRADEPRODUCT<>1 AND InstallMode<>"Remove" into: UPGRADEPRODUCT<>1 AND InstallMode<>"Remove" 2a. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": ACTION: GetLMIRegistrationCookie CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3710 2b. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": ACTION: LMIGetLicense CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3730 IMPORTANT: I HAVE *NOT* creted the next row (2c) as it is say to generates a profile warning popup. 2c. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": ACTION: LMIGetLicenseForProfile CONDITION: NOT Installed SEQUENCE: 3720 3. find CreateUser action and change condition from: CANCREATEUSER AND PASSWORDSOK="true" AND VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 4. find CreateUserSetProperty action and change condition from: CANCREATEUSER AND PASSWORDSOK="true" AND VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" into: VersionNT AND REMOVE<>"ALL" 5a. Right click SetX64Path and select "Drop Row". 5b. Right click SetX86Path and select "Drop Row". ***** On Property Table ***** 1. find LICENSETYPE and change condition from: IT into: free 2. Right click DEPLOYID and select "Drop Row" 3a. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USEREMAIL VALUE: your account's email address 3b. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERWEBPASSWORD VALUE: your account's web login password 3c. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERPASSWORD VALUE: win password if no windows password present 3d. right click on the right panel and select "Add Row": PROPERTY: USERVERIFYPWD VALUE: win password if no windows password present (again) NOTE: There are other rows that can be added this way, if needed: PROPERTY: ProxyServer VALUE: proxy server, for example, proxy01 PROPERTY: ProxySettings VALUE: ??? PROPERTY: ProxyPort VALUE: proxy server port, for example 8080 PROPERTY: ProxyUserName VALUE: proxy server user PROPERTY: ProxyPassword VALUE: proxy server pass PROPERTY: ProxyVerifyPwd VALUE: proxy server pass (again) 4. Click "File - Save" (not "Save As" a new file) ***** TESTING ***** You should have LogMeIn NOT installed on your machine to work. Anyway. Run "LogMeInSilent.msi /quiet LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces", with no quotes, and after a while, LogMeIn should be installed on your machine, and loged to your account as "NameWithNoSpaces". NameWithNoSpaces is any string with no spaces, for example MyFriendCharliePC. If you want LogMeIn to use the default PC name, run it without the "LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces" part. ***** Puting All Into A Self Contained Package ***** I would use WinRAR, cause it is more or less free, and very simple. 1. Download and install WinRAR. 2. Right click over LogMeInSilent.msi, and select "Add to archive..." 3. Check "Create SFX Archive" on the "General" tab. 4. On the Comment tab, copy this on the "enter a comment manually" field. Setup=LogMeInSilent.msi /quiet TempMode Silent=1 Overwrite=1 *NOTE* if you want to define the computer name, append LMIDESCRIPTION=NameWithNoSpaces. 5. Press OK and let WinRAR create a .EXE file. When run, the LogMeInSilent.exe would decompress to a temp folder, wait for LogMeInSilent.msi to run, and then delete all. Hope it helps.
  4. Hello guys. I'm trying to create a Windows XP (SP3) Automatic/Unattended Installer with as many as possible HotFixes (Post-SP3) Integrated + (Some) Drivers + (Some) Apps. All that for two versions: English AND Spanish (two separate ISOs obviously) As far as i see it, i have 4 taks: 1) Download Post SP3 Hotfixes. 2) Integrate Post SP3 hotfixes. 3) Integrate Drivers (Wireless, Ethernet, Chipset, Sound) 4) Integrate Applications (Firefox, Thunderbird, OpenOffice, Gimp, ImgBurn, Irfanview, Skype, Messenger, Logmein, FoxPDF, etc) The problem is that googling around, there many different ways to do each task. Many seem old guides (but i don't know if still valid), some apply only to english (Ryans Integrator?), etc. So my question is, what is the recommended (most actual/simpler/etc) method for each task? I'm not asking for a guide for each, that would be great, but at least a pointer to what the recommended options are. Thanks.
  5. He said: Integrate Microsoft Office 2003 without compressing it with SFX: Procedure: 1. Move the file nexto2k3.bat to a folder called svcpack 2. Compress Add-On-Office.INI with the folder svcpack as office-addon.zip 3. Add office-addon.zip using nLite as a critical update 3. Before burning the unattended CD/DVD or ISO , copy the entire Office 2003 in a office folder. (it is very handy to know other languages )
  6. Thanks. Seen that option. But from the name (filter), it looks like the Event Log would still get the events, only it would show what is been filtered. Or i'm wrong?
  7. I rather not disable the service, cause it is used for other things. What i want to do, is Windows to log zero events, or only the really important/urgent/bad ones.
  8. I'm installing Windows XP for Legacy PCs on a EEE. Because it uses SSD i want to disable all event logs, or the most i can. I have been looking google for "disable event log", but i get no good links. Any ideas?
  9. This is all i have removed so far. ;# Applications # Accessibility Options Briefcase ClipBook Viewer Defragmenter Games Internet Games NT Backup Pinball Wordpad ;# Drivers # Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) Cameras and Camcorders Display Adapters Display Adapters (old) Ethernet (LAN) IBM PS/2 TrackPoint IBM Thinkpad ISDN Logitech WingMan Microsoft SideWinder Modems Multifunctional Portable Audio Printers Scanners SCSI/RAID Serial Pen Tablet Sony Jog Dial Sound Controllers Tape drives Toshiba DVD decoder card Wireless Ethernet (WLAN) ;# Hardware Support # ALI 1535 SMBus Host Controller ALI IDE Controller ATM Support Bluetooth Support Brother Devices CMD PCI IDE Controller CPU AMD CPU Transmeta Crusoe Firewire (1394) Support Firewire Network support Floppy Support Gravis Digital GamePort InfraRed Iomega Zip drive Joystick Support Modem Support Multi-port serial adapters Multi-Processor Support PCMCIA Ramdisk Secure Digital host controller Smart Cards Sony Memory Stick Teletext codec Toshiba PCI IDE Controller VIA PCI IDE Controller Windows CE USB Host ;# Keyboards # Albanés keyboard Alemán (IBM) keyboard Alemán (Suiza) keyboard Alemán keyboard Árabe (101) keyboard Árabe (102) AZERTY keyboard Árabe (102) keyboard Armenio occidental keyboard Armenio oriental keyboard Azerí cirílico keyboard Azerí latín keyboard Belga (coma) keyboard Belga keyboard Bengalí (Inscript) keyboard Bengalí keyboard Bielorruso keyboard Bosnio cirílico keyboard Bosnio keyboard Búlgaro (latín) keyboard Búlgaro keyboard Checo (Qwerty) keyboard Checo keyboard Checo para programadores keyboard Chino (simplificado) - teclado EE.UU. keyboard Chino (simplificado): Microsoft Pinyin IME 3.0 keyboard Chino (simplificado): NeiMa keyboard Chino (simplificado): QuanPin keyboard Chino (simplificado): ShuangPin keyboard Chino (simplificado): ZhengMa keyboard Chino (tradicional) - alfanumérico keyboard Chino (tradicional) - ChangJie keyboard Chino (tradicional) - código Big5 keyboard Chino (tradicional) - DaYi keyboard Chino (tradicional) - fonético keyboard Chino (tradicional) - teclado EE.UU. keyboard Chino (tradicional) - Unicode keyboard Chino (tradicional): ChangJie nuevo keyboard Chino (tradicional): fonética nueva keyboard Chino (tradicional): matriz keyboard Chino (tradicional): rápido keyboard Cirílico kyrgyz keyboard Cirílico mongol keyboard Coreano keyboard Croata keyboard Danés keyboard Devanagari: INSCRIPCIÓN keyboard Divehi fonético keyboard Eslovaco (qwerty) keyboard Eslovaco keyboard Esloveno keyboard Español keyboard Estados Unidos - Dvorak para la mano derecha keyboard Estados Unidos-Dvorak keyboard Estados Unidos-Dvorak para la mano izquierda keyboard Estándar multilingüe canadiense keyboard Estonio keyboard Faroés keyboard Finés con sami keyboard Finlandés keyboard Francés (Bélgica) keyboard Francés (Canadá) keyboard Francés (Suiza) keyboard Francés canadiense (heredado) keyboard Francés keyboard Gaélico keyboard Georgiano keyboard Grecolatino keyboard Griego (220) keyboard Griego (220) Latín keyboard Griego (319) keyboard Griego (319) Latín keyboard Griego keyboard Griego politónico keyboard Gujarate keyboard Hebreo keyboard Hindú tradicional keyboard Húngaro de 101 teclas keyboard Húngaro keyboard IBM de Lituania keyboard Inuktitut latino keyboard Irlandés keyboard Islandés keyboard Italiano (142) keyboard Italiano keyboard Japonés keyboard Kannada keyboard Kazakh keyboard Letón (QWERTY) keyboard Letón keyboard Lituano keyboard Luxemburgués keyboard Macedonio (FYRO) keyboard Malayalam keyboard Maltés (47 teclas) keyboard Maltés (48 teclas) keyboard Maorí keyboard Máquina de escribir divehi keyboard Marathi keyboard Neerlandés keyboard Nepalí keyboard Noruego con sami keyboard Noruego keyboard Pashto keyboard Persa keyboard Polaco (214) keyboard Polaco (programadores) keyboard Portugués (Brasileño ABNT) keyboard Portugués keyboard Portugués(Brasileño ABNT2) keyboard Punjabi keyboard Reino Unido (extendido) keyboard Reino Unido keyboard Rumano keyboard Ruso (mecanografía) keyboard Ruso keyboard Sami extendido (Finlandia y Suecia) keyboard Sami extendido (Noruega) keyboard Serbio (cirílico) keyboard Serbio (latín) keyboard Sirio fonético keyboard Sirio keyboard Sistema de entrada coreano (IME 2000) keyboard Sistema de entrada japonés (MS-IME2002) keyboard Sueco con sami keyboard Sueco keyboard Tabla de inglés (E.E.U.U.) para árabe 238_L de IBM keyboard Tailandés Kedmanee (sin bloqueo de mayúsculas) keyboard Tailandés Kedmanee keyboard Tailandés Pattachote (sin bloqueo de mayúsculas) keyboard Tailandés Pattachote keyboard Tamil keyboard Tatar keyboard Telugu keyboard Turco F keyboard Turco Q keyboard Ucraniano keyboard Urdú keyboard Uzbek cirílico keyboard Vietnamita keyboard ;# Languages # ;Árabe Árabe (Arabia Saudí) Árabe (Argelia) Árabe (Bahrein) Árabe (E.A.U.) Árabe (Egipto) Árabe (Irak) Árabe (Jordania) Árabe (Kuwait) Árabe (Líbano) Árabe (Libia) Árabe (Marruecos) Árabe (Omán) Árabe (Qatar) Árabe (Siria) Árabe (Túnez) Árabe (Yemen) Divehi (Maldivas) Pashto Sirio (Siria) Urdú ;Armenio Armenio ;Báltico Estonio Letón Lituano ;Chino simplificado Chino (RPC) Chino (Singapur) ;Chino tradicional Chino (Taiwán) Chino (Zona administrativa especial de Hong Kong) Chino (Zona administrativa especial de Macao) ;Cirílico Azerí (cirílico) Bielorruso Bosnio (cirílico, Bosnia-Herzegovina) Búlgaro Kazakh Kyrgyz (Kirguizistán) Macedonio (FYRO) Mongol (Mongolia) Ruso Serbio (cirílico) Serbio cirílico (Bosnia-Herzegovina) Tatar Ucraniano Uzbek (cirílico) ;Coreano Coreano ;Europa Central Albanés Bosnio latino (Bosnia-Herzegovina) Checo Croata Croata (Bosnia-Herzegovina) Eslovaco Esloveno Húngaro Polaco Rumano Serbio (latín) Serbio latino (Bosnia-Herzegovina) ;Europa Occidental y Estados Unidos Afrikaans Alemán (Alemania) Alemán (Austria) Alemán (Liechtenstein) Alemán (Luxemburgo) Alemán (Suiza) Catalán Danés Español - España (alfabetización tradicional) Español (Bolivia) Español (Chile) Español (Colombia) Español (Costa Rica) Español (Ecuador) Español (El Salvador) Español (Guatemala) Español (Honduras) Español (México) Español (Nicaragua) Español (Panamá) Español (Paraguay) Español (Perú) Español (Puerto Rico) Español (República Dominicana) Español (Venezuela) Euskera Feroés Filipino Finlandés Francés (Bélgica) Francés (Canadá) Francés (Francia) Francés (Luxemburgo) Francés (Mónaco) Francés (Suiza) Frisón Galés Gallego (España) Indonesio Inglés (Australia) Inglés (Belice) Inglés (Canadá) Inglés (Caribe) Inglés (Filipinas) Inglés (Irlanda) Inglés (Jamaica) Inglés (Nueva Zelanda) Inglés (Reino Unido) Inglés (Sudáfrica) Inglés (Trinidad) Inglés (Zimbabwe) Inuktitut (latino) Irlandés Islandés Italiano (Italia) Italiano (Suiza) Luxemburgués Malayo (Brunei Darussalam) Malayo (Malasia) Maltés Maorí Mapudungun Mohawk Neerlandés (Bélgica) Neerlandés (Países Bajos) Noruego (Bokmal) Noruego (Nynorsk) Portugués (Brasil) Portugués (Portugal) Quechua (Bolivia) Quechua (Ecuador) Quechua (Perú) Retorrománico Sami inari (Finlandia) Sami lule (Noruega) Sami lule (Suecia) Sami meridional (Noruega) Sami meridional (Suecia) Sami septentrional (Finlandia) Sami septentrional (Noruega) Sami septentrional (Suecia) Sami skolt (Finlandia) Sotho septentrional Sueco Sueco (Finlandia) Swahili Tswana Xhosa Zulú ;Georgiano Georgiano ;Griego Griego ;Hebreo Hebreo ;Índico Bengalí (India) Gujarate (India) Hindú Kannada (India) Konkani Malayalam (India) Marathi Nepalí (Nepal) Punjabi (India) Sánscrito Tamil Telugu (India) ;Japonés Japonés ;Tailandés Persa Tailandés ;Túrquico Azerí (latín) Turco Uzbek (latín) ;Vietnamita Vietnamita ;# Multimedia # ActiveX for streaming video DirectX DirectX diagnostic tool Images and Backgrounds Intel Indeo codecs Mouse Cursors Movie Maker Music Samples Old CDPlayer and Sound Recorder Tablet PC ;# Network # Client for Netware Networks Communication tools Comtrol Test Terminal Program Connection Manager FrontPage Extensions Internet Information Services (IIS) MSN Explorer Netmeeting NetShell Cmd-Tool Network Monitor Driver and Tools NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Protocol Outlook Express Peer-to-Peer Synchronization Manager Vector Graphics Rendering (VML) Web Folders ;# Operating System Options # .NET Framework Administrative Templates Administrator VB scripts Application compatibility patch Auditing Resource Dlls Blaster/Nachi removal tool Certificate Management Desktop Cleanup Wizard Disk and Profile Quota Document Templates DR Watson Extensible Storage Engine (Esent97) FAT to NTFS converter File and Settings Wizard File System Encryption Help and Support IExpress Wizard Input Method Editor Manual Install and Upgrade MS Agent MS XML 2.0 Private Character Editor Remote Installation Services (RIS) Search Assistant Security Center Symbolic Debugger (NTSD) Tour Web View Zip Folders ;# Services # Alerter Application Layer Gateway Automatic Updates Beep Driver Distributed Link Tracking Client Error Reporting Fax Service Health Key and Certificate Management Service IMAPI CD-Burning COM Service Indexing Service Internet Authentication (IAS) IPSEC Policy Agent Message Queuing (MSMQ) Messenger Network Access Protection (NAP) Network DDE Performance Logs and Alerts QoS RSVP Quality of Service (QoS) Remote Registry Removable Storage Route Listening Service RPC Locator Secondary Logon Service Advertising Protocol Simple TCP/IP Services System Restore Service Task Scheduler TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Telnet Terminal Services Uninterruptible Power Supply Volume Shadow Copy WebClient ;# Directories # DOCS SERIAL SUPPORT VALUEADD ;# Compatibility #
  10. Hi. A friend of mine bought a EEE subnotebook. Is an excellent machine, with a Xandros distribution. Problem is he is very illiterate, and he does not understands Linux. To make things worst, he lives 300 kms from home. Now i want to install XP SP3 + Firefox + MS Office + Skype and he would be connecting to the "internets" using a USB modem (ADSL). Problem is that i have only used nLite to trim XP to something useable for my notebook, and 800+ MB is good for me. But the EEE has only about 3.5 GB of space. Can somebody help me trim XP to about 500 MB? Here is a postin from a user on the EEE wiki where he explains what to trim, but he is no expert (by his own words), and following, i ended up with about 800 MB. http://wiki.eeeuser.com/howto:nlitexp Here is a similar guide: http://www.i64x.com/eeexp.php Thanks in advance. PS: Just in case, here is my LAST_SESSION.INI if somebody is willing to try. Last_Session.ini
  11. So, what are WMI and ADSI, libraries/apis? and WSH?
  12. I'm trying to learn some scripting to automate things, like copying files, creating forlders, copying files, creating/updating users, etc. I have searched and MS has 5 technologies: VBScript, JScript, Windows Script Host, WMI, ADSI. Which one should i learn first? Any recommendations? Thanks.
  13. both are "proxy" like. I don't want to put anything in between. I want to "listen" to the nw. I was thinking wireshark (ethereal)
  14. Hi. I want to monitor what the users are doing on a LAN. Mostly, i want to make sure they are not downloading movies/music/etc. What tools and how should i do it? NOTE: if you think there is a better forum for LAN issues, please let me know. Thanks.
  15. you can use foobar2000 (www.foobar2000.org), with the foo_dop.dll component. you can also try the rockbox (www.rockbox.org) firmware.
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