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  1. EWF Disk Mode Setup

    Here correct data to use for some values: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/forums/en-US/21904ab0-9efc-45c7-b49b-c0df0656579c/how-to-change-the-protected-partition-with-ewfram-mode- I can confirm with my SCT install: enabled EWF Disk Mode protects Disk0 Part1 with an overlay size of 8 Gb (8 x 1000 x 1024) decimal 8192000, in hex notation 0x007d0000: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ewf [30 31 1 17] Group = System Bus Extender Start = REG_DWORD 0x00000000 ErrorControl = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 Type = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 FBA [30 31 1 17] PVConfigs = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 OVSize = REG_DWORD 0x007d0000 OVLevel = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 EnableLazyWrite = REG_MULTI_SZ "1" PVPart = REG_MULTI_SZ "1" PVType = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" PVDiskType = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" PVOptimize = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" EwfEnable = REG_MULTI_SZ "1" PVDisk = REG_MULTI_SZ "0"
  2. EWF Disk Mode Setup

    Microsoft Shared Computer Toolkit for Windows XP, the predecessor to Windows SteadyState was "free". This application [sCT] has been discontinued. From the FAQ http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/sharedaccess/faq.mspx During initial installation, EWF [2.0.927] is configured but not enabled (done after reboot when setting Disk Protection) reg dump: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Services\ewf [1 31 17 30] ErrorControl = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 Group = System Bus Extender Start = REG_DWORD 0x00000000 Type = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 Tag = REG_DWORD 0x00000010 FBA PVConfigs = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 OVSize = REG_DWORD 0x00000000 OVLevel = REG_DWORD 0x00000001 EnableLazyWrite = REG_MULTI_SZ "1" PVPart = REG_MULTI_SZ "1" PVType = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" PVDiskType = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" PVOptimize = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" EwfEnable = REG_MULTI_SZ "0" PVDisk = REG_MULTI_SZ "0"
  3. Office 2003 Slipstream with SP3 problem

    for localized versions of Office 2003, integrate office2003-KB943452-FullFile-xxx.exe. contains FORMMAN20ENU.msp patch which solves issue with FM20ENU.DLL
  4. Create LIS (Local Installation Source) to default path %SystemDrive%\MSOCache from Office 2003 slipstreamed with SP3 : SET SOURCE_PATH=<replace_with_source_path_here> %source_path%\setup.exe CDCACHE=2 DELETEABLECACHE=0 PURGE=0 CACHEONLY=1 Office 2003 setup.exe (enhanced version) version 11.0.6176.0 Source is built with: [OfficeIntegrator] Website=http://www.siginetsoftware.com/forum/ OIVersion= Method=Direct Integration Service Pack=Service Pack 3 (SP3) KB923618=Office 2003 Service Pack 3 (SP3) Note: for localized versions of Office 2003, office2003-KB943452-FullFile-xxx.exe had to be integrated to avoid issues: http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/104819-office-2003-slipstream-with-sp3-problem/
  5. command line to install flash from swflash.cab

    FP_AX_CAB_INSTALLER.exe -install
  6. Can someone re-upload 7zipsplit.exe? Mediafire: Invalid or deleted file
  7. Microsoft LifeCam 3.x Microsoft-LifeCam-Webcam-Drivers-Only I have found that you can download two small cab packages: http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/B/8/CB8414CD-487E-4E18-8B24-DA8ED722C770/ReleaseCatalogMsi.cab http://download.microsoft.com/download/C/B/8/CB8414CD-487E-4E18-8B24-DA8ED722C770/ReleaseCatalogSetup.cab and find the URL for your language and OS inside the xml files included in cab files. but i haven't found the silent switches (if any) for setupstb.exe
  8. The smallest possible size of boot.sdi

    Thanks for the clarification. Is there any practical use for smallest release?
  9. The smallest possible size of boot.sdi

    How do i mount this file as virtual disk? With the initial release, i can mount boot.sdi with imdisk: imdisk -a -t vm -f boot.sdi -b 8192 -m C:\Dev\boot Now your archive contains both 300.part file and boot.sdi I tried mounting boot.sdi but can't find NTFS bootrecord which starts with EB5290
  10. Resizing the Quicklaunch

    Could you upload the small compiled ql.exe to free file host service.
  11. Some tools required from Windows Installer 4.5 SDK ORCA.msi msifiler.exe Eset Antivirus install package eavbe_nt32_enu.msi with No Modules. The size is 6.42Mb. I receive a "Program component upgrade" message for version 3.0.695, what should I do? (3.0) I get this one by using the update program components in Advanced update setup of my previous installed version 3.0.684. The latest virus signature database updates: LOADER0 em000_32_l0.nup PERSEUS0 em001_32_l0.nup PERSEUS1 em001_32_l1.nup PERSEUS2 em001_32_l2.nup ENGINE0 em002_32_l0.nup ENGINE1 em002_32_l1.nup ENGINE2 em002_32_l2.nup ARCHIVES0 em003_32_l0.nup ARCHIVES1 em003_32_l1.nup ARCHIVES2 em003_32_l2.nup ADVHEUR0 em004_32_l0.nup ADVHEUR1 em004_32_l1.nup ADVHEUR2 em004_32_l2.nup CLEANER0 em005_32_l0.nup CLEANER1 em005_32_l1.nup CLEANER2 em005_32_l2.nup ANTISTEALTH0 em006_32_l0.nup ANTISTEALTH1 em006_32_l1.nup ANTISTEALTH2 em006_32_l2.nup Optional but recommended to avoid a small download on first update check SYSTEMSTATUS0 em009_32_l0.nup SELFDEFENSE0 em013_32_l1.nup SELFDEFENSE1 em013_32_l2.nup SELFDEFENSE2 em013_32_l3.nup Install ORCA. Open package eavbe_nt32_enu.msi Delete row Property="NoModules" with Value="1" and save changes. Silent Install script: @echo off&SETLOCAL ENABLEEXTENSIONS ::# create folder md "%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\Updfiles" ::# create TARGET_DIR md %Temp%\NODInst ::# MSI-based installer package administrative install msiexec /a eavbe_nt32_enu.msi /qb TARGETDIR=%Temp%\NODInst ::# XML configuration file copy /Y cfg.xml %Temp%\NODInst ::# push latest updates copy /Y /V Updfiles\em00?_32_l?.nup %Temp%\NODInst\APPDATADIR\Updfiles ::# populates the File table with sizes based upon source directory msifiler -d %Temp%\NODInst\eavbe_nt32_enu.msi -v -s %Temp%\NODInst\APPDATADIR\Updfiles\ copy /Y /V Updfiles\em009_32_l?.nup "%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\Updfiles" copy /Y /V Updfiles\em013_32_l?.nup "%AllUsersProfile%\Application Data\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\Updfiles" ::# Launch install pushd %Temp%\NODInst start /wait callmsi /i eavbe_nt32_enu.msi /qb- REBOOT=ReallySuppress popd rd /S/Q %Temp%\NODInst >NUL 2>&1 Adjust the path of executable and msi package. In my script, all files are stored in same folder and updates are in Updfiles folder Q: Why using the version 3. Eset just released the new 4.2 A: I just need an antivirus installed to make Windows Security Center happy. My VPN connection to the company i'm working for requires Antivirus enabled and up to date + firewall enabled and some other security settings activated. Q: Can i use the full installer (25.9MB) with Modules included A: Yes. In that case, no need to edit package eavbe_nt32_enu.msi with ORCA Using the package with no modules help to save some space - 6.42Mb vs 25.9Mb - where sources are stored.
  12. [Update] Firefox 3.5.6 [15/12/09]

    to summarize: download latest version at official web page: http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/products/ Copy and paste to FF.INI sample code posted here (credits: DaMageGR), change settings to your needs. Install with command: "%inst_dir%\Firefox Setup 3.5.7.exe" /INI="%inst_dir%\FF.INI" %inst_dir% is a placeholder to your install path where .exe and .ini files are stored. -ms argument not required when using /INI argument as stated here (credit: Grake). Note: Mozilla changed the Silent install for FireFox 3.5. Now the switch is "-ms" rather than the old "/S" Just thought I'd pass that alone if you're like me you've been doing "/S" all morning!
  13. Microsoft Virtual Server 2005

    http://vscommunity.com/blogs/virtualzone/a...redentials.aspx Always Prompted for Credentials Another common problem is that you are prompted to enter your credentials every time you access the Administration Website using the FQDN of the Virtual Server host, even after it has been added as a trusted site. This is another issue that is related to the baseline configuration of Internet Explorer. By default, user credentials are automatically submitted for authentication only to sites that are interpreted to be in the Intranet zone. For all other zones, including Trusted Sites, the user authentication dialog box is displayed and credentials must be entered manually. Resolution To resolve this problem on Windows Server 2003, you can modify the Internet Explorer configuration to automatically submit user credentials for authentication regardless of the zone. Follow these steps to change the Internet Explorer user authentication settings: Open Internet Explorer and on the Tools menu, click Internet Options. Click the Security tab, and then click the Custom Level button. Scroll down to the User Authentication section, and click the Automatic Logon With Current User Name And Password option button. Click OK twice. The drawback of this method is that you might encounter authentication failures if you have configured other trusted sites for which you need to present a separate set of user credentials. Alternatively, if you are accessing a local instance of the Administration Website (running on the computer that you are logged in on), you can use a non-FQDN for the Virtual Server host in the URL (for example, http://localhost:1024). When you are running Windows Vista, you have the added complexity of having to run the Administration Website in Internet Explorer as administrator when User Account Control (UAC) is enabled. If you are running in an isolated test environment, you can avoid this additional step by disabling UAC. Otherwise, follow these steps to grant your user account full administrative privilege in Virtual Server and eliminate the need for UAC: Right-click the Internet Explorer icon in the Quick Launch section of the task bar, and choose Run As Administrator from the menu. In the User Access Control dialog box, click Allow. In the Internet Explorer address bar, type in the URL to the Administration Website. In the Virtual Server navigation menu, click Server Properties. Click the Add Entry button. In the new Permission Entry, type in your account name in the User Or Group text box. In Permissions, select the Full check box to give your account full control. Click OK. Important: In Internet Explorer 7, you must also ensure that the Enable Protected Mode option remains disabled for Trusted Sites. If Protected Mode is enabled, you will receive the following error when you attempt to access the Administration Website: “Could not connect to Virtual Server. Please add the Virtual Server administration Website to the Internet Explorer trusted sites list. You can specify an alternate Virtual Server below.” To learn more about Internet Explorer 7 Protected Mode, review the blog entry written by a member of the Internet Explorer security team at http://blogs.msdn.com/ie/archive/2006/02/09/528963.aspx.
  14. Microsoft Virtual Server 2005

    Download Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 - Enterprise Edition + Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 Update (KB956124) from Microsoft website and save them to <destination folder>. Virtual Server usually comes wrapped up as a setup.exe. To use the following procedure and options, setup.exe must be unpacked to the MSI using the following command: setup.exe /c /t <destination folder> Create admin install point: msiexec /a "Virtual Server 2005 Install.msi" TARGETDIR=<destination folder> ADDLOCAL=VirtualServer,VMRCClient,DevAndDoc,VSWebApp,VHDMount SERVICESTARTUPMANUAL=1 WEBSITEDEFAULTPORT=80 CONFIGUREIISFORDELEGATION=0 OPENFIREWALL=1 NOSUMMARY=1 /qb- msiexec /a "Virtual Server 2005 Install.msi" /p KB956124.msp TARGETDIR=<destination folder> ADDLOCAL=VirtualServer,VMRCClient,DevAndDoc,VSWebApp,VHDMount SERVICESTARTUPMANUAL=1 WEBSITEDEFAULTPORT=80 CONFIGUREIISFORDELEGATION=0 OPENFIREWALL=1 NOSUMMARY=1 /qb- Note: Keep in mind that the computer used for the various steps must be running IIS if you select VsWebApp (Virtual Server Web Application) component. Virtual Server 2005 Install Example The following example shows how to perform an unattended installation. An unattended installation means the Setup program runs without prompting you for input. msiexec /i "<destination folder>\Virtual Server 2005 Install.msi" ADDLOCAL=VirtualServer,VMRCClient,DevAndDoc,VSWebApp,VHDMount SERVICESTARTUPMANUAL=1 WEBSITEDEFAULTPORT=80 CONFIGUREIISFORDELEGATION=0 OPENFIREWALL=1 NOSUMMARY=1 /qb- Replace <destination folder> with your own selected path in all commands.
  15. windows virtual server 2005 sp2

    having problem opening virtual server administration website. When you click on it, a window pops up that requires authentication, asking for user name and password. Add your computer: localhost from IE GUI Tools > Internet Options > Security tab > Local intranet zone > Sites > Advanced > Add this web site to the zone: localhost Command line: REG ADD "HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Domains\localhost" /t REG_DWORD /v "http" /d 1 /f