SunLion

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  1. Hello I'm trying to create an image for clean installation with autounattend.xml, but am having problems. My language is Portuguese-Brazil. In tests in VirtualBox are created two users: Administrator and Administrator-USUBDRVG. What am I doing wrong? Follow my autounattend.xml file I appreciate the help of the Advanced Autounattend.xml
  2. Note that: InstallPath = %ProgramFiles% <== equivalent to "C:\Program Files" in 32 bit and "C:\Program Files (x86)" in 64 bit InstallPath = x86:%ProgramFiles% <== equivalent to "C:\Program Files" in 32 bit InstallPath = x64:%ProgramW6432% <== equivalent to "C:\Program Files" in 64 bit Also: x86: will only execute on 32bit x64: will only execute on 64bit %%T variable is equal to the InstallPath So you could try: 1 - If you choose to use "C:\Program Files" in 32 bit and "C:\Program Files (x86)" in 64 bit: ;!@Install@!UTF-8! GUIMode="2" Title="PaperCut & Printer Installer" InstallPath="%ProgramFiles%\\PaperCut Installer" BeginPrompt="Do you want to install the Papercut & Printer Installer?" RunProgram="cscript %%T\\PrinterVBS.vbs" ;!@InstallEnd@! 2 - Or, If you choose to use "C:\Program Files" in 32 bit and also "C:\Program Files" in 64 bit: ;!@Install@!UTF-8! GUIMode="2" Title="PaperCut & Printer Installer" InstallPath="x64:%ProgramW6432%\\PaperCut Installer" InstallPath="x86:%ProgramFiles%\\PaperCut Installer" BeginPrompt="Do you want to install the Papercut & Printer Installer?" RunProgram="cscript %%T\\PrinterVBS.vbs" ;!@InstallEnd@! Try and check if it works
  3. For winrar try this tool: http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/11559-winrar-aio-x86x64-sfx-addon-maker/page-3%20-%20entry103182
  4. Hi Celtic, Also had the same problem and solved it like this: 1 – Added in the folder "update" only the extracted SP2 package; 2-Using McRip tips (mydigitallife.info), I created an installer for the other MSP using InnoSetup (can be done also with WinRAR), with the script below to install: @echo off TITLE McRip Office 2010 PRE SP3 Update Pack COLOR 1F IF EXIST "*.msi" ( for /F %%i in ('dir /b /o:n *.msi') do ( echo Update: %%i %%i /passive /norestart ) ) IF EXIST "*.msp" ( for /F %%i in ('dir /b /o:n *.msp') do ( echo Update: %%i %%i /passive /norestart ) ) EXIT This installer is run after installation of Office2010 in my Windows Post Install. Works like a charm
  5. You can try this installer: http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/12295-legacy-net-framework-aio-for-xp-x86/
  6. I created the version 8 as guidelines from the link below: http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=81104.msg775764#msg775764
  7. I've added KB931125 to my list already. As for KB2934207, it didn't offer to me when I checked it, so I don't know what to do. Can anyone who got this update provide a direct download link so I can do some experiment to it? (Just use Wireshark to get the HTTP packets and grab the URL from inside them.) Microsoft did not provide a link to download the patch. At least I have not found. So I created the addon with the files installed on my system. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2934207 I'm using the INF file below to disable the notification. Is working well. INF contents: [Version] Signature=$Windows NT$ Class=Base [DefaultInstall.NT] DelReg=ShotA.new AddReg=ShotB.new,ShotB.changed [shotA.new] [shotB.new] HKLM,"SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1 HKCU,"Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion","DisableEOSNotification",0x10001,1 CMD contents: start /wait rundll32.exe setupapi,InstallHinfSection DefaultInstall 132 %systemdrive%\TWEAKS\DisableEOSNotification.inf Put the INF file in folder: $OEM$\$1\TWEAKS And the CMD file to run it in the directory: $OEM$\$Docs\Default User\Menu Iniciar\Programas\Inicializar Attached files: https://www.mediafire.com/?1ye91sno18aig1j
  8. Try this: msiexec /i ess_nt64_ptb.msi /qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress ADMINCFG=0004.xml
  9. When you open the link page indicated, just look for the option in the upper right corner of your language. If you can't so, translate with google or another tool.
  10. If you want to know about integration, see here (select your language): http://technet.microsoft.com/pt-br/library/cc716424 If you want to install the hotfix: - for MSP and MSI = /qb (with progress bar) or /qn (silent) - for EXE = /quiet /norestart When in doubt run the hotfix with the command /? Display all commands for installation.
  11. @Cessilou Downloaded and did tests following the guidelines of the manufacturer's website: http://www.kaspersky.com/internet-security-latest-versions Everything works great! How to: How to install the program from the command prompt: http://support.kaspersky.com/8606 Step 1. Download the program distributive following the link in the email message from the eStore or from the Kaspersky Lab site. Step 2. Unpack all files from the downloaded distributive using any application to work with archives (for example, 7-zip). Find the setup.exe file. Step 3. Instead of using the command prompt, create a batch file script with the code below and save it as installer.bat: setup.exe /s /p "SELFPROTECTION=1" where: /s = silent /p "SELFPROTECTION=1" = active self-defense of the product during the installation process. NOTE: If you already have the activation code (20 digits), add it to the command. Will look like this: setup.exe /s /p "SELFPROTECTION=1 ACTIVATIONCODE=xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx-xxxxx" Some commands permitted: “<property>=<valor>” SKIPPRODUCTCHECK=1 = skips checking of product for software incompatible with Kaspersky Internet Security ALLOWREBOOT=1 = allows reboot if necessary INSTALLDIR=C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\kis2013 = option to set the installation directory See other commandos in this link above.
  12. Try here: http://support.kaspersky.com/8606#block2 See "How to install the program from the command prompt"
  13. Hi Mimo, I'm having problems accessing your site. I can not. Is it just me?