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Tranferring files frm $OEM$ to Administrator Profile

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hey people ! i have a query. i have created a UADVD wherein there are no Users just the default profiles Administrator, All Users & Default User. Now i wanna trfr some files over via runonce,cmd.

I install Adobe Acrobat Pro 7 and wanna trfr the licence and activation stuff...so far i have tested the following.

1. installed and activate Acrobat

2. copied the contents of the following folders.

C:\Program Files\Common Files\Adobe Systems Shared

C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Adobe Systems

C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Local Settings\Application Data\Adobe\Acrobat\7.0\Cache

3. the next time i instaledl I extract/copy the contents back to these same folders.

I tried this on virtual machine and it seams to work.

the above has worked on my system. now i wanna do the same with a UADVD via runonce.cmd

Also with regards to winamp ...i have alredy read allanol's post but don't understand whether should i use startx.exe in runonce method

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Make an SFX of those folders, options set to extract the activation files to those folders, hide file list ets, for a silent extract and add the sfx to your runonce.cmd, to install BEFORE Acrobat - you have to do it before if you don't want to manually open the sfx during install.

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