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Kapo

What is the component to remove?

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I want to remove the initial start, where you

choose if turn on the automatic updates and

where you choose the main user name

(i already have the aministrator user as main user..).

What component or other i have to remove to do this?

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Can't you just force that screen to not pop up by using WINNT.SIF and unattended options? The OEMSkipWelcome = 1... isn't that for the OOBE?

Here is what I do:

\i386\winnt.sif (this is just to give you an example of what I do)

[unattended]UnattendMode = DefaultHide

UnattendSwitch = "Yes"

OemPreinstall = "Yes"

OemSkipEula = "Yes"

FileSystem = *

WaitForReboot = "No"

NoWaitAfterTextMode = 1

NoWaitAfterGUIMode = 1

DriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

NonDriverSigningPolicy = Ignore

Hibernation = "No"

[GuiUnattended]

EncryptedAdminPassword = "No"

AdminPassword = *

TimeZone = 04

OEMSkipRegional = 1

OEMSkipWelcome = 1

\$OEM$\cmdlines.txt (hidcon.exe is a better replacement for cmdow.exe)

[COMMANDS]"hidcon.exe users.cmd"

\$OEM$\users.cmd (below)

@ECHO OFF

NET USER user1 /ADD

NET LOCALGROUP Administrators user1 /ADD

NET USER user2 /ADD

NET LOCALGROUP Administrators user2 /ADD

NET USER user3 /ADD

NET LOCALGROUP "Power Users" user3 /ADD

EXIT

Edited by fortwunty

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I'm not 100% sure about what you want to get rid of but my first logon is always on the automatically created "Administrator" account.

I think that when you use "Classic Install" a.k.a. Win2K appearance (in Options), you don't get that.

Again, I can't give you a precise answer because I used XP flashy install only twice.

If you try, then you should use a virtual machine then.

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