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Add portable apps to Windows XP Setup


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On 8/29/2019 at 8:16 AM, I have not a name said:

Is it possible?

17 hours ago, jumper said:

Yes, it is possible for some apps.

5 hours ago, I have not a name said:

Why no one is answering my question?

That's not a fact: @jumper did answer it, already. In fact, he might as well have just replied "yes". Why do you refuse to be more specific?

 

 

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3 hours ago, dencorso said:

That's not a fact: @jumper did answer it, already. In fact, he might as well have just replied "yes". Why do you refuse to be more specific?

 

 

Because I don't know what it means. I want add post-install apps or commands after The Installation completed like in the NTLite.

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8 minutes ago, I have not a name said:

Because I don't know what it means. I want add post-install apps or commands after The Installation completed like in the NTLite.

It means that some specific "apps" (let's call 'em "programs", OK? "apps" are the things - with feathers - on the Microsoft Store) are (easily) scriptable/automatable other ones need anyway user interaction.

For these latter programs, all you want/need is a batch file running their setup.

For the former programs there may already be known available scripts, tricks, methods, etc.

So - example only - if you ask:

How can I automate the install of 7-zip right after the installation of XP?

You might get valid, specific answers (or you may be told that you cannot, etc.)

Right now you are instead asking:

How do I install *any* app program right after the installation of XP?

Which will get you either answers like "it depends" or more plainly stupid answers, likely to not actually solve your problem.

However there is a "generic"  (and hopefully non-stupid) answer, which  is "use RunOnceEx (or cmdlines.txt, svcpack.inf, and GuiRunOnce):

https://web.archive.org/web/20080724013742/http://gosh.msfn.org:80/using_runonceex.htm

https://web.archive.org/web/20080323172855/http://support.microsoft.com/kb/232509

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