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Link-layer Topology Discovery Responder in XP

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Like many people, I use RyanVM's update packs and I don't use Vista for anything, so I don't need LLTD.

I was wondering if there's a way to tell windows setup via winnt.sif to not install LLTD, even though it's slipstreamed into my XP cd. Or maybe a way to tell setup to uninstall it. A vbs script might be nice, but I don't have a clue how to uninstall a networking component with vbs, if it's even possible. My vbs experience is limited to tweaking my start menu and quicklaunch.

I'd prefer not to have to use an AutoIt script, as that's just plain sloppy.

I know I could probably remove LLTD from the update pack, but I'd like to have it for future use.

Searching the web and using this forum's own search feature has produced nothing useful.

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Better late than never.

search in txtsetup.sif and dosnet.inf for:

rspndr.adm

rspndr.exe

rspndr.inf

rspndr.sys

and delete lines

search in i386 for

rspndr.ad_

rspndr.ex_

rspndr.in_

rspndr.sy_

and delete them

extract qfeUpPck.inf and seach for kb922120... and edit (delete entire section and link to it), delete kb922120...cat file in svcpack folder

compress qfeUpPck.inf:

Makecab.exe /D CompressionType=LZX /D CompressionMemory=21 qfeUpPck.inf

and overvrite qfeUpPck.in_ in 386

the patch kb922120 is installed at T13, you can't disable

LLTD is patch for Windows Vista (microsfot failed to fix Vista / 7 to see XP computers on the local network and make a patch to slow Windows XP) ...

sorry for my poor english

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