richvz

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  1. The problem is with the unattened = provide default line you need to change it from provide default.
  2. Just finished slipstreaming SP2 Here is the secret to sucsessfuly slipstreaming SP2 you need to use the /intgrate switch instead of the /s switch used to slipstream SP1
  3. use the /qn switch
  4. You can not change the location of the mst at the end of the ork 2003 wizzard. do the following 1. Find the location of the mst that you created. 2. move the mst to your office folder 3. point to that location in your batch file or runonceex.cmd examples batch file start /wait %CDROM%\Software\Office2k3\setup.exe TRANSFORMS=%CDROM%\Software\Office2k3\Unattended.MST /qb- Runonceex REG ADD %KEY%\001 /VE /D "Office 2003" REG ADD %KEY%\001 /V 1 /D %CDROM%\Software\Office2k3\setup.exe TRANSFORMS=%CDROM%\Software\Office2k3\Unattended.MST /qb-" /f
  5. I wound up using wininstallle to create a.MSI installer package to get past the user and serial numer screen Itried allthe options i could find but that was the only one that worked.
  6. I created a network administrative install folder called VisualStudio and 2 sub directoies 1 called vs7 and 1 called pre I then copied all the files from the Visual studio.net cds to the folder called vs7 and all the files from the prerequisite disk to the pre folder. Copy the vs7deployment.ini file vs7 folder. Make sure you follow steps 4,5, & 6 found in section 3 creating an administative install found in the admiminreadme.htm file. I see from your install command you have your other software located in a folder called software. replace your old visual studio folder with the new visual studio network administative install you have just created. Edit your install command to the following REG ADD %KEY%\120 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net" /f REG ADD %KEY%\120 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile \%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\vs7deployment.ini" /f Now your ready to burn your dvd
  7. Are you installing from a cd or a dvd? cd installation will not work. To succesfully install visual studio.net from a dvd you will have to create a network administrative install. This will allow your silent install to work . By creating the network administraive install, setup will be able to find the prerequsite files needed to to keep your install from failing. The prerequsite cannot be installed seperatley from from the visual studio.net installer. that is why your installation is failing. This will not work ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- REG ADD %KEY%\105 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net Prerequisites" /f REG ADD %KEY%\105 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\wcu\setup.exe /unattendfile prereq.ini" /f ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is missing the path to the unattended vs7deployment.ini file REG ADD %KEY%\120 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net" /f REG ADD %KEY%\120 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile vs7deployment.ini" /f Try REG ADD %KEY%\120 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net" /f REG ADD %KEY%\120 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile \%CDROM%\vs7deployment.ini" /f read the adminreadme.htm file in the setup folder for instructions on creating an administrative install. pay close attention to section 3
  8. Insert cd or dvd select start run Type in \Setup\setup.exe /createunattend c:\vs7_deployment.ini This will run you threw the deployment setup and allow you to chose what you want installed. Follow steps found in section 3 creating an administative install found in the admiminreadme.htm file. I created a network administrative install folder called VisualStudio and 2 sub directoies 1 called vs7 and 1 called pre I then copied all the files from the Visual studio.net cds to the folder called vs7 and all the files from the prerequisite disk to the pre folder. Copy the vs7deployment.ini file vs7 folder. Copy or move VisualStudio network administative install folder to you software install folder. Add one of the following listed below to for an install command. Runonce commands if run from dvd REG ADD %KEY%\120 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net" /f REG ADD %KEY%\120 /V 1 /D "%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile \%CDROM%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\vs7deployment.ini" /f Runonce commands if run from hard drive using $OEM$ folder to copy all files to hard drive. REG ADD %KEY%\120 /VE /D "Microsoft Visual Studio .Net" /f REG ADD %KEY%\120 /V 1 /D "%systemdrive%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile \%systemdrive%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\vs7deployment.ini" /f Batch file commands start /wait %systemdrive%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\setup\setup.exe /unattendfile %systemdrive%\Software\VisualStudio\vs7\vs7_deployment.ini Finish the rest of you software installs and burn your dvd
  9. English page link still not working
  10. SP1 removes these files when slipsteamed. Copy them from you original cd into your slipstreamed Sps I386 folder. the missing files are for the indeo codec microsoft knows of this problem