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I usually tend to have bad luck with Vlite in some form or fashion, but i reverse integrate and now got SP1 iso, so decided to give latest version a go

I'm trying to save myself some time and trouble, i'm just not good with virtual machines..i've tried several times

so i wanted to know if theres any known problems with removing components under SP1. my typical problem with previous vlite versions before sp1 was usually WU trying to install fixes for compents i removed.

here is my settings, just wanted to check to see if any of them causes problems under SP1

; vLite preset file

[information]

Version = 1.1.1 on 2.0.50727.312 Microsoft Windows NT 6.0.6000.0

Target = Ultimate-sp1 x64 - 6.0.6001.18000 - English (United States) Service Pack 1

[Compatibility]

Aero Glass

[CustomHide]

[Components]

;# Accessories #

Accessibility

Mobility Center

Paint

Speech Support

Welcome Center

Windows Sidebar and Gadgets

Wordpad

;# Drivers #

Printers-Apollo

Printers-Brother

Printers-Canon

Printers-Citizen

Printers-Dell

Printers-Diconix

Printers-Epson

Printers-Fuji Xerox

Printers-Fujitsu

Printers-Generic printer

Printers-Gestetner

Printers-HP

Printers-IBM

Printers-Infotec

Printers-Konica

Printers-Konica Minolta

Printers-Kyocera Mita

Printers-Lanier

Printers-Lexmark

Printers-Minolta

Printers-Minolta-QMS

Printers-NEC

Printers-NRG

Printers-Oce

Printers-Oki

Printers-Okidata

Printers-Olivetti

Printers-Panasonic

Printers-QMS

Printers-Ricoh

Printers-Samsung

Printers-Savin

Printers-Seikosha

Printers-Sharp

Printers-Sony

Printers-Star

Printers-Tally

Printers-Tektronix

Printers-Wipro ePeripherals

Printers-Xerox

QLogic Fibre Channel Adapter

Scanners

;# Games #

Inbox Games

Premium Inbox Games

;# Hardware Support #

Fax Support

Printer Support

Smartcards

Windows Mobile Device Center

;# Languages #

Japanese

Korean

Simplified Chinese

Table Driven Text Input Processor

Traditional Chinese

;# Multimedia #

Media Center

Movie and DVD Maker

Music and Video samples

Sample Pictures

Screensavers

Shell event sounds

SideShow

Windows Calendar

;# Network #

Connect to a Network Projector

File and printer sharing (Server)

Internet Explorer

Internet Information Services (IIS)

Remote Desktop and Assistance

Windows Collaboration

Windows Firewall

Windows Mail

;# Services #

Computer Browser

Offline Files

Remote Registry

Volume Shadow Copy

;# System #

BitLocker Drive Encryption

Disk Defragmenter

Disk Quota

Natural Language

Parental Controls

Security Center

Sync Center

System Restore

Tablet PC

Windows Backup

Windows Defender

Windows Easy Transfer

Zip Folder

[Options]

DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Default

User Account Control (UAC) = Disabled

AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default

AutoPlay = Enabled

Paging Executive = Disabled

Power scheme = High performance

Power button = Default

Sleep button = Default

Hibernation = Off

Memory requirement = Default

Control Panel - Classic View = Disabled

Show hidden files and folders = No

Show protected operating system files = No

Show extensions for known file types = No

IE Phishing Filter = Default

IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Default

[Protection]

[Drivers]

[unattended]

AcceptEULA

[Hotfixes]

[LanguagePacks]

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That's pretty aggressive. Removing things from Network can break Vista at install time. Remote Desktop and Assistance broke my x64 install, but I can't remember what the symptom was. Now I install it and turn it off after the first boot. Winamp and Exact Audio Copy both refuse to work with Firefox, and you can't download standalone updates from MS with anything but IE, so I always install IE. Important updates are going to come down for a lot of the items you removed. Security updates are a big deal and a lot of things like Windows Firewall will get updates.

My philosophy is to leave in anything that's small and I can turn off. Then I don't get a bunch of broken updates. Even though MS help says you can't turn the search indexer off, you can! And it's small, so why not install it? I blow away Media Center (it's huge and the N version of Vista doesn't include it, so MS should be able to cope with me not installing it), languages, drivers, tablet PC... things that suck up a lot of disc space and are unused, and not likely to be part of a security update I WANT on my system. Install but turn off Remote Registry, Windows Remote Management, etc. They're small, and you get to practice using Administrative Tools. :sneaky:

That preset will probably give you problems. If you like, I can post mine. It produces a 5GB x86 SP 1 install and a 6.3GB x64 SP 1 install without any new error or warning events showing up in Computer Manager. Those sizes include a 2.3GB paging file, so the OS sizes are 2.7GB and 4GB respectively. So far, no problems from WU either. :thumbup

EDIT: I remember what removing Remote Desktop and Assistance broke. I started getting the Terminal Services error event in Computer Manager > Event Viewer. It happens in x86 and x64, I believe.

dd_wizard

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