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Birds

auto login now broken on SP3

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I have an error with the auto login. It says " the system could not log you on. make sure your username and domain are correct, then type your password again"

in the background I can see the log onto Windows with my username and password also looks filled in. The only thing different from this is that I started again with a clean WinXP SP2 and slipstreamed SP3 into it, then added all my other options as normal. Therefore my options should be fine as I imported from a working disk.

Does SP3 break something?

eta: after logging in as admin, I found that my username was not created at all.

creating a new nlite from scratch gave the same error.

Edited by Birds

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Still not working, so can someone say if it's working for them or is nobody using SP3 yet?

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Please post Your last session.ini as attachment :)

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I have an error with the auto login. It says " the system could not log you on. make sure your username and domain are correct, then type your password again"

in the background I can see the log onto Windows with my username and password also looks filled in. The only thing different from this is that I started again with a clean WinXP SP2 and slipstreamed SP3 into it, then added all my other options as normal. Therefore my options should be fine as I imported from a working disk.

Does SP3 break something?

eta: after logging in as admin, I found that my username was not created at all.

creating a new nlite from scratch gave the same error.

I would first ask if you are loading your previous sessions? I know I had driver issues every time I would load the past session. I would delete my sessions and then start from scratch. When you make an auto login, make sure you have the parameters autologin at least once (1), if it's set to 0, then you could have problems.

I never had SP3 problems at all as of yet. My Windows XP PRO CD has SP3, and IE7 integrated with it. I also included software packages such as Adobe CS3, FireFox Beta 3, ITunes, Quicktime and Office XP 2003 with SP3. It's about 3.2GB on the DVD I managed to finally get it right after a ton of tries.

The only strange thing I've seen when upgrading to SP3 is that after slipstreaming, I run the CD in the windows setup, when in DOS you can see Windows Copy over to the Hard Drive, I get this strange error about 30% of the way through that says "can not copy CLOCK.AVI or file is corrupt."

I eventually hit escape and it proceeded to finish.

After the install, I looked at my old copy of WinXp with SP2, CLOCK.AVI was in the I386 folder, but when I looked at my folder with WinXP SP3, it was not in the I386 folder.

So somewhere in the slipsteam, something happened to CLOCK.AVI. I have not tried to manually put it back and load a machine yet, but I plan on trying today.

This is the only problem I've had.

HTH.

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The auto login works perfectly for me with nLite 1.4.5.5 (WinXP SP0 + SP3).

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The only strange thing I've seen when upgrading to SP3 is that after slipstreaming, I run the CD in the windows setup, when in DOS you can see Windows Copy over to the Hard Drive, I get this strange error about 30% of the way through that says "can not copy CLOCK.AVI or file is corrupt."

Weird indeed. Did you check your nlite preset if it had delete clock.avi in it. It used to have it anyway. I dont have it there anymore, but maybe you had old preset section loaded at some point.

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Please post Your last session.ini as attachment :)

my session.ini


[Main]
Env = 1.4.5 - 2.0.50727.1433.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2
Target = Windows XP Professional SP3 - 5.1.2600.5512 - English (United States)

[Tasks]
Unattended Setup
Create a Bootable ISO

[Components]
;# Compatibility #
Compat01
Compat02
Compat04
Compat06
Compat07
Compat09
Compat14

[KeepFiles]
msconfig.exe

[RemoveFiles]
clock.avi
telnet.exe

[Options]
ClassicSetup
BlackSetupBack
DupeFiles
ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings"
TargetPath = "WINDOWS"
temp_dir = %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp
CleanBiosInfo
AdvTweaks

[Patches]
TcpIp = 20
DoSFC

[Services2]
TermService,3
WmiApSrv,3
RSVP,4
seclogon,4
helpsvc,3
WebClient,4
PolicyAgent,3
CiSvc,4
ERSvc,4
RemoteRegistry,4
TrkWks,3
UPS,4
Browser,4
NetLogon,4

[Tweaks]
Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung applications immediately
Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung services immediately
Boot and Shutdown-Numlock-On
Boot and Shutdown-Setup Prefetch-Cache-Applaunch and Boot enabled
Desktop-Internet Explorer icon-Hide
Desktop-My Computer icon-Hide
Desktop-My Documents icon-Hide
Desktop-My Network Places icon-Hide
Explorer-Add (un)register libraries in Context Menu
Explorer-Add 'Command Prompt' to folder context menu
Explorer-Advanced Search: preconfigure options
Explorer-Change Windows Explorer folder view-Icons
Explorer-Classic Control Panel
Explorer-Disable Autorun
Explorer-Disable Beep on errors
Explorer-Disable Prefix: Shortcut to
Explorer-Display the contents of system folders
Explorer-Restore previous folder windows at logon
Explorer-Show extensions of known file-types
Explorer-Show hidden files and folders
Explorer-Show protected operating system files
Explorer-Show Statusbar in all windows
Explorer-Show the full path in the Address Bar
Internet Explorer-Disable Download Complete notification
Internet Explorer-Disable Go Button
Internet Explorer-Disable Internet Explorer link creation
Internet Explorer-Disable Market Place bookmark
Internet Explorer-Disable Media Player 6.4 created bookmarks
Internet Explorer-Disable Outlook Express link creation
Internet Explorer-Disable Password-Caching
Internet Explorer-Disable sound when popup is blocked
Internet Explorer-Enable Google URL-Search
Internet Explorer-Keep IE URL-History for-10 Days
Internet Explorer-Set Homepage-about:blank
Internet Explorer-Set IE-Cache limit to-20 MB
Internet Explorer-Set Internet Explorer to accept 10 connects at a time
Internet Explorer-Set popup-blocker to high
Network-Disable administrative shares
Network-Disable automatic search for network folders and printers
Network-Disable Simple File Sharing
Performance-Disable Last accessed Timestamp on files
Performance-Disable Optimize harddisk when idle
Performance-Disable Tracking of Broken Shortcut Links
Performance-Disable Warn on low disk space
Performance-Disable WBEM logging
Performance-Processor scheduling-Programs
Performance-Run 16-bit Windows applications in a separate process
Performance-Use Windows classic folders / No Tasks Sidepanel
Privacy-Disable Driver Update Internet prompt
Privacy-Disable Error Reporting
Privacy-Remove Alexa
Security-Disable Web Open With prompt
Start Menu-Add Administrative Tools menu
Start Menu-Control Panel-Display as a menu
Start Menu-Disable and remove Documents list from the Start Menu
Start Menu-Disable Highlight newly installed programs
Start Menu-Do not use Personalized Menus
Start Menu-Expand Network Connections
Start Menu-Hide Run button
Start Menu-Hide Search button in Start Panel
Start Menu-My Computer-Display as a menu
Start Menu-My Documents-Display as a menu
Start Menu-My Music-Display as a menu
Start Menu-My Network Places-Display as a link
Start Menu-My Pictures-Display as a menu
Start Menu-Network Connections-Don't display this item
Start Menu-Number of programs on Start menu-0
Start Menu-Printers and Faxes-Don't display this item
Start Menu-Reduce popup delay
Start Menu-Remove Help and Support
Start Menu-Remove Search For People from Search
Start Menu-Remove Search the Internet from Search
Start Menu-Remove Set Program Access and Defaults
Start Menu-Remove Windows Catalog shortcut
Start Menu-Remove Windows Update shortcut
Taskbar-Hide Volume Control Icon in System Tray
Taskbar-Lock the Taskbar-Yes
Visual Effects-Active window tracking-Disable
Visual Effects-Animate windows when minimizing and maximizing-Disable
Visual Effects-Combo box animation-Disable
Visual Effects-Cursor shadow-Enable
Visual Effects-Fade out selection-Enable
Visual Effects-Gradient captions in windows-Enable
Visual Effects-Keyboard shortcut underline-Enable
Visual Effects-Menu animation-Fade
Visual Effects-Menu shadows-Enable
Visual Effects-Menu style-Normal
Visual Effects-Show translucent selection rectangle-Enable
Visual Effects-Show window contents while dragging-Enable
Visual Effects-Slide taskbar buttons-Disable
Visual Effects-Smooth-scroll list boxes-Disable
Visual Effects-Tooltip animation-Fade
Visual Effects-Use a background image for each folder type-Disable
Visual Effects-Use drop shadows for icon labels on the desktop-Disable
Windows Media Player-Accept Privacy Statement
Windows Media Player-Disable auto-add music to library
Windows Media Player-Disable automatic codec download
Windows Media Player-Disable metadata retrieval
Windows Media Player-Disable MRU
Windows Media Player-Disable starting with Media Guide
Windows Media Player-Enhanced privacy settings
Windows Media Player-No visualization
Windows Media Player-Optimize fullscreen mode behavior
Windows Media Player-Remove all context menu entries

[Unattended]
NoPassExpSpec
DisableOem
ComputerType = Automatic
AutoLogon = DefUser
FirewallOff
OOBEOff
CustomLocales
Resolution = 1680x1050
BitsPerPel = 32 bit (True Color)
Vrefresh = 60 Hz
MaximumDataStorePercentOfDisk = 10
RestorePointLife = 25
DesktopTheme = Windows XP style|Default (blue)|Normal size
DataExecProt = 1
AutoUpdates = 4
AutoUDay = 5
AutoUHour = 15
ProgFilesPath = "C:\Program Files"

[GuiRunOnce]

[Drivers]

[Hotfixes]
H:\nLite Stuff\DotNetFx_All_In_1_Addon_v2.7z
H:\nLite Stuff\jre 6.02.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\directx aug07.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\Trillian_31v4.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\Undelete Plus 2.93.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\FoxitReader2_ELS.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\PuTTY 0.60.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\ActiveSync_4_5.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\Skype 3.8.32.115.cab
H:\nLite Stuff\xable_MicrosoftUpdateEngine-v1.2_addon.cab

I did load my session.ini after the clean slipstream, but looked to check it was all fine. I also clicked on the users bit just in case it needed a refresher.

Edited by Birds

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Several attempts to use nlite slipstream XP Pro with SP3 and .net Framework 3.5 failed with the error "cannot copy the file clock.avi". After some fussing, this error was replaced by another error "cannot copy the file courdb.ttf". Finally I resolved these errors. Just before the creation of the ISO by nlite (the stage at which one can add files to the working folder to be included on the ISO). I searched my C:\Windows directory for the files that were missing. Both clock.avi and courdb.ttf were in my Windows directory. I copied the files into to the I386 folder within the nlite folder that nlite created with the slipstreamed files. This worked like a charm.

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Birds, did you make the DefUser account active in the Unattended section? You can look in your Last Session_U.ini at the users section (bottom) and compare it to the Guest and Administrator accounts. Don't post it because it has private information in it. In the future, please attach (not paste) your Last Session.ini. This will allow us to search within it. Make sure you always start with a fresh copy of your CD files/folders, do all your work in one nLite session, and integrate only one SP. Enjoy, John.

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The guys who are wondering about clock.avi not copying, see nLite Components-Advanced (at the bottom). The following files are set to be removed. Enjoy, John.

clock.avi
yahoo.bmp
swtchbrd.bmp

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