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Borec

A tweak, would be very usefull - executing installators without questi

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This key in registry ensure executing installators without questions, or waiting.

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations]

"LowRiskFileTypes"=".exe"

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Borec, I suggest you add it via the RunOnce exit in the Unattended Task. The nLite author/owner has been on hiatus for some time and it is not known if future development will be done on nLite. Enjoy, John.

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Hi John,

just one question - is the "RunOnce" apply for all users? I'm asking because this tweak applies only on current user (just loged in)

Thanks

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just change your registry keys from

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations]

"LowRiskFileTypes"=".exe"

to

[HKEY_USERS\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Associations]

"LowRiskFileTypes"=".exe"

Edited by b-man

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Don't you mean [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE] or [HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT]?

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Borec, the RunOnce exit in the Unattended section causes the included code to be run (once) during the T-13 phase of installation. It is not associated with a user. You will need to do that with the Registry key as the other two responders are pointing out. I cannot help with the key definition. Enjoy, John.

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