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  1. Hi,

    I've a windows 2003 server with RIS/WDS running on it.

    It's a flat (image) RIS structure with windows xp sp2, everything is standart.

    Now i've been trying to slipstream SP3 with the following command :

    C:\sp3\i386\update\update.exe /integrate:D:\RIS\Setup\English\Images\WINDOWS

    Unfortunately I'm getting the error msg :

    This service pack cannot be integrated into a destination that also has integrate software updates.

    Consult the service pack documentation for more detail about supported integration scenarios.

    post-6753-1211368700_thumb.jpg

    The documentation does not mention what should be done in this case.

    In attachement you'll find my RIS tree structure

    post-6753-1211369018_thumb.jpg.

    Does anyone have a idee how I could solve the problem ?

    Thanks for any feedback

    David

  2. thank you for your reply.

    Well I've tryed to set all the permission possible on the RIS server. In the security tab from the RIS server, I've set create domain object and everything relating to the creation of ADS object.

    Do you know exactly what permission as to be set and where ?

    thank you for your feedback.

  3. Dear all,

    I've a RIS setup installation that is working just fine.

    I can setup any client I want but with admin right only. Without admin right the user is getting the osc error msg 000004E4F.

    On the official microsoft page they say that this is a windows 2000 domain upgrade to 2003 problem. But I don't have any windows 2000 domain, only 2003 (RIS + ADS).

    Since I don't want to give admin right to all user for the client setup, i'm looking for a solution rergarding this issue.

    Can anyone help me ?

    Thanks

    David

  4. Thank you for your reply.

    I've been so much looking to get a suitable solution, I finaly found out how I could do with AutoIT.

    maybe it will help someone else ;-)

    ; Script Start - Add your code below here
    run ("setup.exe")
    winwait("iPassConnect - Setup")
    sleep(2000)
    Send("!w")
    sleep(2000)
    ControlCommand("iPassConnect - Setup", "", "Button2", "Check", "")
    sleep(1000)
    Send("!J")
    sleep(1000)
    Send("!W")
    sleep(100000)
    ControlCommand("iPassConnect - Setup", "", "Button1", "UnCheck", "")
    sleep(200)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup", "Fertigstellen", "Button4")

  5. Dear all,

    i'm trying to install the IPass client silent

    I've tryed with the reponse file .iss but at the licence screen the installer is stopping.

    [InstallShield Silent]
    Version=v6.00.000
    File=Response File
    [File Transfer]
    OverwrittenReadOnly=NoToAll
    [{AB6FFA58-F491-11D3-8951-000000029751}-DlgOrder]
    Dlg0={AB6FFA58-F491-11D3-8951-000000029751}-SdWelcome-0
    Count=2
    Dlg1={AB6FFA58-F491-11D3-8951-000000029751}-SdAskDestPath-0
    [{AB6FFA58-F491-11D3-8951-000000029751}-SdWelcome-0]
    Result=1
    [{AB6FFA58-F491-11D3-8951-000000029751}-SdAskDestPath-0]
    szDir=C:\Program Files\iPass\iPassConnect
    Result=1
    [Application]
    Name=iPassConnect
    Version=3.35.00
    Company=iPass
    Lang=0009

    So i've been looking for another way how I could proceed and found AutoIT that could do what I'm looking for.

    The bad new is really wired.

    The script is working as long as I have autoIT 3 installed on the computer. As soon as I'm installing IPass on a Fresh installation, AutoIT script (compiled) is stoping at the licence and is waiting :realmad:

    Below the AutoIT script

    ; Script Start - Add your code below here
    run ("setup.exe")
    winwait("iPassConnect - Setup")
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup", "&Weiter", 1,"Button1")
    sleep(2000)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup","",1000,"Button2")
    sleep(1000)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup","&Ja",6,"Button4")
    sleep(2000)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup","&Weiter",1,"Button1")
    sleep(100000)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup","",501,"Button1")
    sleep(1000)
    ControlClick("iPassConnect - Setup","Fertigstellen",1,"Button4")

    Does anyone know how to help ?

    thank you for your feedback.

    Regards

    David

  6. ok, i've justed finished to test with the "EncryptedAdminPassword=NO" but no success. :realmad:

    WinXP still want to log on the domain by default.

    I've no problem with login on the domain instead of local but how do I set the sif file correctly to have a autologon (on the domain).

    I know that the winlogon info are defined in the registry but at the [GuiRunOnce] stage it's already to late because I would need to login at least 1 time to set th registry correctly.

    is their a way to set registry "before" the [GuiRunOnce] stage ?

    do anyone have any input to help me ?

    Thanks in advance.

    David

  7. Dear all,

    I've set for my company a RIS server and I'm having some difficulties with the ristndrd.sif.¨

    I've been looking for days but I couldn't find any solution to solve my problem.

    The first problem I have is the autologon. As soon as winXP is trying to login the first time (just after install) login isn't working. I know it's because the system is trying to login with the local account on the domain instead of login local.

    Below is my sif file

    The second issue isn't really a issue but it's annoying. During the first start, WinXP is starting the activation with the activation sound (I'm using a OEM corporate licence) but doesn't prompt anything and then skip directly to the login. I guess I'm missing something in the sif file.

    Any help are very welcome

    [data]floppyless="1"

    msdosinitiated = "1"

    OriSrc="\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%"

    OriTyp="4"

    LocalSourceOnCD=1

    UnattendInstall=Yes

    AutoPartition=0

    [setupData]

    OsLoadOptions="/noguiboot /fastdetect"

    SetupSourceDevice="\Device\LanmanRedirector\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%"

    [unattended]

    UnattendMode=FullUnattended

    OemPreinstall=Yes

    NoWaitAfterTextMode=0

    TargetPath=\WINDOWS

    OemSkipEula=Yes

    UnattendSwitch=yes

    WaitForReboot="No"

    DriverSigningPolicy=Ignore

    InstallFilesPath="\\%SERVERNAME%\RemInst\%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%"

    OemPnPDriversPath="Drivers\NC4000"

    LegacyNIC=1

    KeyboardLayout="Swiss German"

    [userData]

    FullName="blabla"

    OrgName="blabla"

    ComputerName=%MACHINENAME%

    Productid=xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx

    [GuiUnattended]

    OemSkipWelcome=1

    OemSkipRegional=1

    TimeZone=%TIMEZONE%

    AdminPassword="mypassword"

    AutoLogon="Yes"

    AutoLogonCount=1

    [Display]

    ConfigureAtLogon = 0

    BitsPerPel = 32

    XResolution = 1024

    YResolution = 768

    AutoConfirm = 1

    [TapiLocation]

    CountryCode=41

    Dialing=Tone

    LongDistanceAccess="0"

    [RegionalSettings]

    LanguageGroup=1

    SystemLocale=00000409

    UserLocale=00000807

    InputLocale=0807:00000807

    [Networking]

    InstallDefaultComponents=Yes

    [NetServices]

    MS_Server=params.MS_PSched

    [identification]

    DomainAdmin="sa_ris"

    DomainAdminPassword="mypassword"

    JoinDomain="europe"

    DoOldStyleDomainJoin="Yes"

    [shell]

    DefaultStartPanelOff=Yes

    DefaultThemesOff=Yes

    [GuiRunOnce]

    %systemdrive%\temp\setup.cmd

    [RemoteInstall]

    Repartition=Yes

    UseWholeDisk=yes

    [OSChooser]

    Description="Mobile NC4000 Windows XP"

    Help="This will install Windows Professional in a standard configuration."

    LaunchFile="%INSTALLPATH%\%MACHINETYPE%\templates\startrom.com"

    ImageType="Flat"

    Thank you in advance for your great forum.

    David

  8. thanks for your reply.

    I know this command. but this will generate for every computer a log file which is not what I need..

    I need to check first is their is user in the local admin group and if yes generate log file..

    any other help ?

  9. Hello,

    I'm a domain admin and we are currently facing the issue about the local admin right. I need to have a script that run on every machine to know who as effectively admin right locally. As output I would like to have a text file "compname.txt" and in it the user id who as the admin right...

    I've the following script at the moment who is unfortunately not working

    dim objLocalGroup, objUser, objComputer

    Set objLocalGroup = GetObject("WinNT://" & gComputerName & "/Administrators,group")

    for each objUser in objLocalGroup.Members

      if gUserName = objUser.Name then

        dim chk

        set chk = gObjFSO.OpenTextFile("IsAdmin.txt", 2, True)

        chk.WriteLine now & vbTab & objUser.Name

        chk.Close

      end if

    next

    Thanks in advcance for your support.

    David

  10. Hello,

    I've been looking everywhere but I couldn't find what I'm looking for. :(

    What I need is a tool/software that give the ability to resize the OS partition (Windows XP) directly in a script with switch without be prompting and then be able to create a new partition (fat).

    Any help would be appreciate.

    Thank you

    David



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