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nLite 1.3 RC2 - Santa's patch 2

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I dont have any issue with iso ngine on any previous nLite versions, i just use windows CD and dont add hot fixes, just SPs.

So im sure the ISO ngine works perfect!

Ill test RC2 at 11:47 PM JAN 16, 07 :thumbup:

Tested! at 01:27 AM JAN 17, 07

My only complain is:

it keeps the WORKGROUP default name instead i set AMD.

i hope you could fix that!

Close to 1.3 Final :thumbup

Thanks!!!

I was so worried that the ISO ngine was not working perfect for you! I couldn't even sleep! I am sure it is that magic slipstreaming of SP1 and then SP2 on top of it that keeps your CDs regular, like a good dose of fiber.

I keed, I keed. :whistle:

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It appears that 1.3RC2 has some broken tweaks. The only one I can positively say right now is that the Remove Windows Catalog shortcut isn't working.

Last Session.ini

[Main]

Env = 1.3 RC 2 - 2.0.50727.42.Microsoft Windows NT 5.1.2600 Service Pack 2

Target = Windows XP Professional SP:2 - 5.1.2600.2180 - English (United States)

[Tasks]

Remove Components

Unattended Setup

Integrate Drivers

Tweaks

Options

[Components]

;# Compatibility #

Compat02

[KeepFiles]

msconfig.exe

[RemoveFiles]

clock.avi

yahoo.bmp

swtchbrd.bmp

[Options]

ClassicSetup

ProfilesDir = "%SystemDrive%\Documents and Settings"

TargetPath = "WINDOWS"

temp_dir = %USERPROFILE%\Local Settings\Temp

AdvTweaks

[Patches]

TcpIp = 256

[services2]

RSVP,4

[Tweaks]

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-End tasks immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung applications immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Auto-Kill hung services immediately

Boot and Shutdown-Disable logging on System Failure

Boot and Shutdown-Logon Page-Classic

Boot and Shutdown-Numlock-On

Explorer-Advanced Search: preconfigure options

Explorer-Change Explorer Folder View to: details

Explorer-Classic Control Panel

Explorer-Disable Autorun

Explorer-Disable Beep on errors

Explorer-Disable Prefix: Shortcut to

Explorer-Display the contents of system folders

Explorer-Launch folder windows in a seperate process

Explorer-Recycle Bin: allow to rename and delete

Explorer-Remove Send To on context menu

Explorer-Show extensions of known file-types

Explorer-Show hidden files and folders

Explorer-Show protected operating system files

Explorer-Show the full path in the Address Bar

Explorer-Show the full path in the Title Bar

Internet Explorer-Disable Download Complete notification

Internet Explorer-Disable Internet Explorer link creation

Internet Explorer-Disable Media Player 6.4 created bookmarks

Internet Explorer-Disable Outlook Express link creation

Internet Explorer-Keep IE URL-History for-1 Day

Internet Explorer-Set Homepage-www.google.com

Internet Explorer-Set IE-Cache limit to-20 MB

Internet Explorer-Set Internet Explorer to accept 10 connects at a time

My Computer-Remove Search from Context Menu

My Computer-Remove Shared Documents

Network-Allow receiving Remote Assistance-Disable

Network-Disable administrative shares

Network-Disable automatic search for network folders and printers

Network-Disable DCOM protocol bindings

Network-Disable DNS failure cache

Network-Disable extra SMB notify-change traffic

Network-Disable LAN-Manager from caching passwords

Network-Disable LM HOSTS lookup

Network-Disable Microsoft-DS (close port 445 TCP/UDP)

Network-Disable restoring mapped network drives on logon

Network-Disable Simple File Sharing

Network-Hide PC in Workgroups/Domains

Network-Remote Desktop-Disable

Network-Remove remote-computer NameSpace

Performance-Disable Info Tips on Files and Folders

Performance-Disable Last accessed Timestamp on files

Performance-Disable Optimize harddisk when idle

Performance-Disable Tracking of Broken Shortcut Links

Performance-Disable Warn on low disk space

Performance-Disable WBEM logging

Performance-Do not cache thumbnails

Performance-Enable USB Idle Endpoint support

Performance-Speed-up Access to AVI Media Files

Performance-Use Windows classic folders / No Tasks Sidepanel

Privacy-Disable Error Reporting

Privacy-Disable File MRU-List

Privacy-Disable Tracking of most used programs

Privacy-Remove Alexa

Security-Always show Updates under Software

Security-Disable DCOM

Security-Disable Web Open With prompt

Security-Screensaver Password-Protection-Enabled

Start Menu-Disable Highlight newly installed programs

Start Menu-Disable popup on first boot

Start Menu-Do not use Personalized Menus

Start Menu-Reduce popup delay

Start Menu-Remove Pinned Apps List from Start Panel

Start Menu-Remove Search For People from Search

Start Menu-Remove Search the Internet from Search

Start Menu-Remove User name

Start Menu-Remove Windows Catalog shortcut

Start Menu-Scroll Programs

Taskbar-Disable Balloon Tips

Taskbar-Disable Group similar Taskbar buttons

Taskbar-Disable Language-Bar

Taskbar-Lock the Taskbar-No

Visual Effects-Cursor shadow-Disable

Visual Effects-Show window contents while dragging-Disable

Visual Effects-Smooth edges of screen fonts-Standard

Visual Effects-Smooth-scroll list boxes-Enable

Windows Media Player-Accept Privacy Statement

Windows Media Player-Disable auto-add music to library

Windows Media Player-Disable MRU

Windows Media Player-Disable silent acqusition

Windows Media Player-Enhanced privacy settings

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There is no point in integrating SP1 if you're integrating SP2....you're wasting your time doing so...
tap52384 is correct. SP2 is a cumulative update and includes all fixes/updates from SP1 so all you're doing is wasting your time and maybe further cluttering up your source.
I was so worried that the ISO ngine was not working perfect for you! I couldn't even sleep! I am sure it is that magic slipstreaming of SP1 and then SP2 on top of it that keeps your CDs regular, like a good dose of fiber.

I keed, I keed.

Hey pistolero!

my english is soo poor...

what that word means? (keed)

are you sleepin now?

i was wonderin if im going crazy :crazy:

but now, im sure im not! :whistle:

:thumbup: nliting windows on my way works!

:hello: guys? try to do it my way! :P

Edited by Maxfutur

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Hola paisano!

"keed" es una bastardizacion de "kid" significando "bromear".

No deseo ofender a nadie con mis posts, mucho menos a alguien de mi tierra, pero la manera en que expresas tus preferencias puede ser percibida como arrogante y ofensiva por muchos en este foro.

La gente aconsejandote que es innecesario pegar el SP1 y encima el SP2 tienen razon. No unicamente te tardas mas, pero terminas con un folder i386 que parece mas trepadero de mapaches que fuente de instalacion de un SO. No me sorprenderia en lo mas minimo que tu instalacion final de Windows tenga inestabilidades raras e inexplicadas.

En fin, nada mas unas observaciones amigables.

Suerte!

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Thx, nuhi!!

I'm gonna use this tonight! :D

PS: Pistolero,

Haces bien en aconsejar que no se ponga SP1, y luego encima SP2, pero, no debe de causar problemas montando los dos SP's. Simplemente, no es necesario, y una perdida de tiempo.

Maxfutur,

Si montas solamente SP2, y tienes problemas, entonces esta mal tu fuente, ó tu SP2... hay que bajarlo de nuevo.

;)

Edited by RaGhul

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Hi Nuhi,

Thank you for a great program, this saves me a lot of time whenever I rebuild my PC.

I would like to make a small change request please.

It is possible to add back the tweak to change the 'common' directory (within programs)?

This used to be available and from what I can tell by looking at my logs, I think it was removed between 1.0RC6 and 1.0RC7.

Many Thanks.

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If I remove the Indexing service shouldn't the "Allow Indexing Service bla bla bla" box in driver properties be unticked? If I don't have it why is it still ticked? Should be unticked since I have nothing to index.

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Hi,

Im geting some errors in my setuperr.txt

My session.ini is attached

I allso get the same errors in win xp pro 32bit..

Warning:

Setup was unable to start service Spooler because of the following error:

StartService(Spooler) returned error 3 (3).

***

Error:

An error occurred during the final phase of Setup.

***

Anyone have an idea what it is? I never got it with nlite 1.2.1

LAST_SESSION.INI

Edited by trazden1

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Just a quick question...

Does nLite know which OS you're using (2000, XP, 2003)? What I mean is,

I loaded up Server 2003 and indeed, theres a tweak to remove the "Manage

your server" shortcut... which does not appear in XP... so I can only guess that

nLite changes accordingly depending on what OS you're using?

Nuhi deserves some sort of award for nLite! :thumbup

People have argued for years about how with Linux its all in modules

but you have to put up with XP as one big lump of an OS... Nuhi has

changed all that though, he has done what Microsoft were NEVER going

to do for us in a million years and yet Nuhi does this for FREE. Swear to

god if I could donate anything I would do... I always feel bad for not

donating, but I can't at the moment. :blushing:

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Why not?

You're British, so it is safe to assume you spend a fair amount of your disposable income in the pub.

Why not forgo a night consuming alcohol and send nuhi whatever money you save.

Take care,

James

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thats what i did :)

when i got ill and couldn't go out, i send nuhi some €'s :)

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one thing I've noticed in nlite for a while is "extra" components appear after removing some the first time. Most obvious with Keyboards & Languages. For example even though I checked the box to remove all for both, if I reopen nlite and do component removal again I can continue to remove these new components:
;# Keyboards #

Bosnian Cyrillic keyboard

Inuktitut Latin keyboard

Luxembourgish keyboard

Nepali keyboard

Pashto keyboard

;# Languages #

;Arabic

Pashto

;Cyrillic

Bosnian_Cyrillic

;Indic

Nepali (Nepal)

;Western Europe and United States

Filipino

Frisian

Inuktitut (Latin)

Irish

Luxembourgish

Mapudungun

Mohawk

Romansh

It happens when you integrate KB897338-v3 hotfix or UpdatePack which contains it. This hotfix adds some new keyboards/languages, so it's logical with regard to nLite's tasks order:

  • nLite loads items list from existing i386\intl.inf
  • user selects items to remove
  • nLite replaces the old intl.inf with the new one + adds/updates files
  • nLite removes items from the new intl.inf based on the old list (=> new items remains)

I think that possible solution is to replace the old file with the new one before the nLite start, so all items can be shown and removed in one pass.

Edited by r3incarnat0r

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Hello

Nice software, very useful etc

So, i suggest those functions

- Take in consideration the $OEM$ Folder Structure or unattend files already in i386 folder (winnt.sif), for people who have already made an unattend CD.

=> For example, for the mass storage drivers (SATA), i integrate them manually (i prefer !), so after to integrate hotfixes, i use nlite. => But nlite when i checked "Automatisation" tell me that the existant parameters will be lost.

- Possibilty to add backup function for activation of XP (OEM) and WGA, because manually restoration, even not changing the pc ! doesn't work => For legally licence of course !

I hope i was comprehensible for the first point !

Thanks

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