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integrate hotfixes into win2000 disc


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Hi, everybody!

last week, i've installed the win2k os, and i find out about 70 hotfixes remaining on the update site. so, i want to integrate those things into the source cd.

i know, there're two ways to do: one is $OEM$ folder; the other is KBnumber.exe /integrate:fullpath. But both of them enlarge the source cd iso.

Does anyone got some other effective way to process?

today, i use the totaluninstall software to monitor the kb891861, and obtain the detail of files and registry values. then i extract the new version files and compile them using makecab. and replace the same name files with my compressed file directly. and use $OEM$ import the registry, and the command line in the update.inf.

Does my method will make effect like the manually installation?

Edited by zenit
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I would recommend that you check out hfslip or nLite for the task of directly integrating updates into your install-source...

If you're not gonna use the extra nifty features of nLite, like component-removal and driver-integration, then hfslip would be your best bet IMHO, as it supports more updates for direct integration than nLite does...

Edited by Martin H
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