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    TCP/IP Patch.

    It should help if you are using P2P applications. There is a seperate patch floating around. Event ID 4226
  2. Hmm, not sure how a .cab file will help you. You can integrate in cmdlines.txt with this command "regedit /s tweaks.reg" Or if you don't want people to see your file. Use something like reg2exe and make it an executable. Then just install it with your hotfixes or cmdlines.txt
  3. I am under the impression that he does not want the application installed unattended. But to allow the user to install it as they wish.
  4. Better Late than never copy the two modified .dll files to XPCD\$OEM$ In your clean up batch file, copy /y %systemdrive%\*.dll "%systemdrive%\program files\icq\"
  5. Here is what I would do. According to the above, you are copying a folder called Nod32 to the %SystemDrive% usually c:\ I would move install.bat to This will achieve exactly what you want, assuming the contents of your install.bat looks similar to this @echo off %SystemDrive%\Nod32\setup.exe or @echo off cd \Nod32 setup The custom icon will be a little tougher. Because you are using a batch file, there are no resources attached to it. You have to create an executable and then change the icon. That is a little more involved. Try the above, it will get you the shortcut on the desktop for all users. If you really want the icon, you will need RAR or 7z and create an switchless installer. Then use Resource Hacker to change the icon.
  6. Replace the files in your clean up batch file. This way it will still be unattended. I still use ICQ 2003b and I am pretty sure I will eventaully have to switch over to the lite version. But since they haven't updated the program in 4 years, it is a safe bet that copying the .dll files during your cleanup command will be a permanent solution.
  7. If I recall, the anti-banner patch just patches two .dll files, so all you have to do is install silently and then replace the .dll files.
  8. Wouldn't a DVD be a better choice? You have the capacity of 6 CDs and it is cheaper to buy
  9. You want to slipstream all the updates. There is a way to do it, but it is not advisable as some updates get removed from month to month.
  10. Doesn't that defeat the purpose of an UnAttended installation? Either it is unattended or interactive. There is no in between. If you are looking to get the reapir installation, forget it. Do a search, it cannot be done if the install is unattended.
  11. If you have WMP11 Installed, there is also an update KB929399 Here is the direct link http://download.microsoft.com/download/d/5...99-x86-intl.exe
  12. It works for me, but you still have to enter a User Name etc. It just skips the licence agreement.
  13. Your link for WGA Notifications is broken. Here is a working link http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=en
  14. Okay, the new KB905474 no longer stores the hidden critical updates in the software distribution folder. Anyone have an idea where this is stored? Ryan?
  15. You can make the install folder anywhere you want. You just have to point RunOnceEx to the location of the files. I recommend you use $OEM$\$1\Install This folder will be copied to your hard drive during installation. So your RunOnceEx should look like @echo off REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\GdiDetectionTool" /v "GDITool" /t REG_DWORD /d "00000001" /f SET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx REG ADD %KEY% /V TITLE /D "Installing Applications" /f REG ADD %KEY%30 /VE /D "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0" /f REG ADD %KEY%30 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\install\dotnet2.exe" /f REG ADD %KEY%40 /VE /D "Microsoft Internet Explorer 7" /f REG ADD %KEY%40 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\install\IE7.exe /q" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /VE /D "Windows Media Player 11" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\install\wmp11.exe /q" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /V 2 /D "%systemdrive%\install\KB920342.exe /q /n /z" /f REG ADD %KEY%\999 /VE /D "SysPrep and Reboot" /f REG ADD %KEY%\999 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\install\Reboot.cmd" /f EXIT If you want to install from CD, then it should look like this @echo off set tagfile=\win51ip.sp2 for %%i in (c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z) do if exist "%%i:%tagfile%" set CDDRV=%%i: start /wait xcopy %CDDRV%\i386\*.* %systemdrive%\i386\ /e /c /i /q /y > nul REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\GdiDetectionTool" /v "GDITool" /t REG_DWORD /d "00000001" /f SET KEY=HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnceEx REG ADD %KEY% /V TITLE /D "Installing Applications" /f REG ADD %KEY%30 /VE /D "Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0" /f REG ADD %KEY%30 /V 1 /D "%CDDRV%\install\dotnet2.exe" /f REG ADD %KEY%40 /VE /D "Microsoft Internet Explorer 7" /f REG ADD %KEY%40 /V 1 /D "%CDDRV%\install\IE7.exe /q" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /VE /D "Windows Media Player 11" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /V 1 /D "%CDDRV%\install\wmp11.exe /q" /f REG ADD %KEY%50 /V 2 /D "%CDDRV%\install\KB920342.exe /q /n /z" /f REG ADD %KEY%\999 /VE /D "SysPrep and Reboot" /f REG ADD %KEY%\999 /V 1 /D "%CDDRV%\install\Reboot.cmd" /f EXIT The above assumes that you have all your applications on the CD in a folder called Install off the root directory.
  16. This is the specific registry tweak to disable Zero Wireless Configuration. Just remove it from your reg file and it will come back ;Disable Wireless Zero Configuration [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\WZCSVC] "Start"=dword:00000004
  17. The previous version use to run once every two weeks, even after you have been verified.
  18. You can use the NET SEND command. But chances are, you will have to re-enable it in the services It was disabled after SP1. Enable Messenger in your services and open a DOS window. The syntax is net send 192.168.0.x (or the computer name) {Message}
  19. I haven't had time to test this yet, but can we now install IE7 in svcpack? I assume we would have to install in this order (from svcpack) IE7.exe KB928090.exe KB929969.exe (Probably will not install as a reboot is required after IE7 is installed) .. Other Hotfixes After IE7 installs, KB928090 will over write the iernonce.dll so RunOnceEx will not crash. Can anyone confirm this?
  20. Is this command the same as the one that you posted above? RD /S /Q %systemdrive%\Online Services\ No, your command will yeild this result rd /s /q c:\Online Services\ Where c: is your install drive. More accurately, it will yeild this rd /s /q c:\Online Because you forgot to wrap quotes around the command, DOS will assume the space is the end of the command and Services\ is a switch.
  21. I install it and all its updates at RunOnceEx and the problem goes away.
  22. Sorry for the late response. I just tried it and it didn't work for me either. Back to the drawing board. I don't use nlite, so I have to find an alternate way of doing it.
  23. This can easily be done. It will require two steps @echo off bootcfg /copy /d "Mikka's Microsoft Windows XP" /id 1 bootcfg /delete /id 1 The first line copies the tag and modifies the description. The second line deletes the original tag and the modified tag will now be the default tag (id 1)
  24. This line, if added to your clean up batch file should get the update to install on the next boot. REG ADD "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce" /V KB929969.exe /q /n /z /D "%systemdrive%" /f You have IE7 in RunOnceEx.cmd, the last part of RunOnceEx should run a clean up batch file and then you include the above line. After reboot, it should install the update.


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