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[Request] Remote Desktop 7 true AddOn for Windows Server 2003


david.lynch
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Hello everyone :)

First of all, sorry if this thread should not belong here. Mods, feel free to move this thread somewhere else you think is better.

I've tried myself and couldn't build one. If we extract the contents of http://support.microsoft.com/kb/969084 and then copy files on correct locations, this works perfectly on any 2003 Server.

As seen on MSDN blog on launch there were a lot of users requesting it for Server 2003.

Any possible workaround to integrate this would be greatly appreciated. An AddOn would be a *very* welcome addition.

Kind regards and thanks, everyone!

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Update.inf obviously states this was meant for XP

NtBuildToUpdate = 2600

NtMajorVersionToUpdate = 5

NtMinorVersionToUpdate = 1

MaxNtBuildToUpdate = 2600 <--- 3790, right?

MaxNtMajorVersionToUpdate = 5

MaxNtMinorVersionToUpdate = 1

MinNtServicePackVersion = 768

, and I'm afraid modifying it would break the digital signature. So, it really doesn't work integrating it into nLite? Have you tried installing it through RunOnce with /quiet /norestart switches, or anything else apart from manually replacing the files? Edited by Sp0iLedBrAt
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doesn't work, already tried with nLite and RVMI.

replacing files works perfectly on a live system, never tried to replace on the source. Not every file name has a match, new MSRDP could have new dependencies, etc...

Update.inf obviously states this was meant for XP

NtBuildToUpdate = 2600

NtMajorVersionToUpdate = 5

NtMinorVersionToUpdate = 1

MaxNtBuildToUpdate = 2600 <--- 3790, right?

MaxNtMajorVersionToUpdate = 5

MaxNtMinorVersionToUpdate = 1

MinNtServicePackVersion = 768

, and I'm afraid modifying it would break the digital signature. So, it really doesn't work integrating it into nLite? Have you tried installing it through RunOnce with /quiet /norestart switches, or anything else apart from manually replacing the files?

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