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  1. Is there gonna be version that has per-machine install option at all?
  2. The developer may officially provide such option in the final version. It is actually possible now, but you are not supposed to do so. Please mind it's still beta with the time bomb so not a good idea to apply it globally for all users. Option for that would be very nice, I test this release in virtual environment anyway so there's precautions already taken.
  3. Is there a way to install it system wide (and not per user)?
  4. As topic's title says, when I create new user account and that user logs on first time, he gets Vista Basic theme. And so with every new user account Enabling Aero manually afterwards works fine. What might be the cause of this behaviour? I didn't notice this prior Vista SP1. (the system where is occurs is clean installed from integrated Vista SP1 media). Any ideas? Thanks.
  5. Windows XP Service Pack 3 has RTMed http://forums.microsoft.com/TechNet/ShowPo...3&SiteID=17
  6. Thanks, I'll try that.
  7. Can you please elaborate it, because I'm not familiar with this process. Thank you.
  8. Hi, I have an weird issue with Windows PE 2.1. Absolutely every time I mount my PE image using imagex and then unmount it even without making ANY changes, my image size always increases about megabyte. What might cause this, some log or temporary files will be created and included?
  9. 5503 is NOT the RTM.
  10. IIRC there was some known issues with volume license keys in earlier SP3 builds, but for example my current legitimate VLK key works with build 5503 like a charm so I have reason to belive this won't be an issue in final version.
  11. Not yet, but it can't be too far either.
  12. If you can find essential x64 drivers for your PC then go with XP x64. I did and I'm happy with it.
  13. You can't remove SP1 from already slipstreamed source, however you can manually integrate SP2 with following command: WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU /integrate:C:\XPCD Be sure to user your own paths.
  14. Looks good.
  15. Thanks for thousand times. It was located in so obvious place, but I didn't look there