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MohamedYousri
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You can avoid it by creating a .mst file that prevents it from running after installation. You need something like Installshield to create MST files tho. You could also edit the MSI file directly with orca.

My mst is attached. I've tested it at T-13 with wihu, and also while running in fully installed windows, it works fine in both cases

If anyone wants details of what I changed let me know and I'll post. Can't remember off the top o fmy head, but I think I dropped an entry from CustomAction and changed to other values of 1 to 0. They were pretty obvious

WindowsDefender.mst

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You can avoid it by creating a .mst file that prevents it from running after installation. You need something like Installshield to create MST files tho. You could also edit the MSI file directly with orca.

My mst is attached. I've tested it at T-13 with wihu, and also while running in fully installed windows, it works fine in both cases

If anyone wants details of what I changed let me know and I'll post. Can't remember off the top o fmy head, but I think I dropped an entry from CustomAction and changed to other values of 1 to 0. They were pretty obvious

I think This will work but i wanna to know what exactly i have to do

iam using Windows Unattended CD Creator so my way to make my unattended cd is RunOnceEx

thanks a lot

sorry for my english

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There is an CAB Addon of Windows Defender over at RyanVM's site. Just pop it in with the Hotfixes if your using Nlite or if you using anything else use the Ryan Intergrator. You will have to rename the CAB to something like Defender_Addon or the Intergrator won't recognize it. It works a treat & is very ssssssilent!

Hope this helps guys.

Windows Defender:

http://www.earlymorninghours.net/Files/WindowsDefender.exe

Ryan Intergrator:

http://www.whatcounter.com/dlcount.php?id=...egrator_1.1.exe

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...and if you have a working Internet connection during your unattended install you can use this AutoIt routine to install, update, scan, and close the app all in one shot:

RunWait("msiexec /i " & @ScriptDir & "\Extras\WindowsDefender.msi /qb""")
Sleep(1500)
WinWait("Windows Defender", "Your computer is running normally")
WinClose("Windows Defender")

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If you go to my installer thread I made both a switchless silent installer and a cab addon for this. Totally silent and installable from svcpack.inf.

RogueSpear,

I can't seem to find it in the list. I assume the thread you are talking about is the first one in you signature. I very well could be looking in the wrong place or just be blind.

Thanks.

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If you look at my most recent post in the thread, there's a list of installers that I have removed. Windows Defender is one of those that I removed. I removed most, if not all, Microsoft titles that require a WGA check in order to download.

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If anyone wants details of what I changed let me know and I'll post. Can't remember off the top o fmy head, but I think I dropped an entry from CustomAction and changed to other values of 1 to 0. They were pretty obvious

I would be interested in knowing what you changed.

Thanks.

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