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  1. EmEditor Run("emed5epx.exe") WinWaitActive("EmEditor Setup", "continue the setup") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("EmEditor Setup", "License Agreement") Send("!a!n") WinWaitActive("EmEditor Setup", "enter the new path") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("EmEditor Setup", "These settings") Send("!d!p!m!t!n") WinWaitActive("EmEditor Setup", "EmEditor Setup is complete!") Send("!s{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Untitled - EmEditor") Send("!haprenteryourkeyinsteadofthistext{ENTER 2}!+x") P.S. enteryourkeyinsteadofthistext => replace with your key
  2. K-Lite Codec Pack Run("klcodec276f.exe") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "K-Lite Codec Pack 2.76 Full") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Information") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Select Destination Location") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Select Components") Send("{DOWN}!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Select Start Menu Folder") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Select Additional Tasks") Send("{TAB 36}{SPACE}{TAB}{DOWN 2}{TAB 3}{SPACE}!n") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Ready to Install") Send("!i") WinWaitActive("Setup - K-Lite Codec Pack", "Done!") Send("!f")
  3. DCPlusPlus Run("DCPlusPlus0691.exe") WinWaitActive("DC++ Setup: License Agreement", "DC++ is licensed") Send("!a!n") WinWaitActive("DC++ Setup: Installation Options", "Select components to install:") Send("{DOWN 2}{SPACE}{DOWN}{SPACE}!n") WinWaitActive("DC++ Setup: Installation Folder", "Destination Folder") Send("!i") WinWaitActive("DC++ Setup: Completed", "Completed") Send("!c") P.S. I just copy Favorites.xml and DCPlusPlus.xml to get favs and settings back
  4. BSplayer Run("bsplayer122817.exe") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "License Agreement") Send("!a") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Welcome to the BSplayer Setup Wizard") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Choose Components") Send("{DOWN}{SPACE}!n") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Choose Install Location") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Language") Send("!i") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Installation Complete") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("BSplayer Setup", "Click Finish to close this wizard.") Send("!r!f")
  5. here is my batch version: echo Installing FlashGet start /wait E:\PostInst\FlashGet\FG /S pskill flashget start /wait regsvr32 /u /s "c:\program files\google\googletoolbar1.dll" echo. NOTE: FG1.8 needed /s now it wants /S
  6. Run("OutpostProInstall.exe") WinWaitActive("Select Setup Language", "Select the language to use during the installation:") Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup", "Welcome to the Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup Wizard") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup", "License Agreement") Send("!a!n") WinWaitActive("Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup", "Select Destination Location") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup", "Ready to Install") Send("!i") WinWaitActive("Configuration Wizard", "Advanced security") Send("{DOWN}!n") WinWaitActive("Configuration Wizard", "Automatically create rules on action request") Send("{SPACE}!n") Sleep(90000) Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup", "Completing the Agnitum Outpost Firewall Pro Setup Wizard") Send("!n!f") After main setup and after restart you could add these in a batch to take care of the rest of the nags that will come up: batch1: copy /y "path\codebelow.bat" "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup" codebelow.bat(will run only once on next startup): >>>regain focus codes somewhere around here i don't have my .bat since i don't use the rest myself<<< start /wait code1.exe :: compiled code1.au3 del "C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Start Menu\Programs\Startup\codebelow.bat" to register(code1.au3): If WinWaitActive("Outpost Firewall Pro Registration", "You may legally use Outpost Firewall Pro during a trial period.") Then Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Enter Key", "If you received a registration key from Agnitum") ClipPut("your_registration_key_here") Send("{TAB 3}") Send("{ENTER}") Send("{TAB}") Send("{ENTER}") Send("{ENTER}") WinWaitActive("Startup Configuration Wizard", "What's New in Outpost Firewall Pro?") Send("!n") WinWaitActive("Startup Configuration Wizard", "Quick Tune Plug-In") Send("{SPACE}!n") WinWaitActive("Startup Configuration Wizard", "Enable Anti-Spyware Protection") Send("{Space}!r{SPACE}{ENTER}") EndIf and if you lose focus on the way these(i lost the .bat since i don't use them myself): WinWait("Agnitum Products Update", "Some applications that can cause system stability issues") WinActivate("Agnitum Products Update", "Some applications that can cause system stability issues") Send("{ENTER}") WinActivate("Outpost Firewall Pro Registration", "You may legally use Outpost Firewall Pro")
  7. pskill YahooMessenger google "pskill" application for download copy pskill in %SystemRoot%\system32 so it integrates into the path environment
  8. After i finish my unattended setup the QuickLaunch item is a file and not a directory. I have no ideea why this happens. I been searching for a solution with no luck. Any ideeas? I only interact with that dir directly with this command AFAIK in GUIRunOnce: copy /y "E:\PostInst\BSPlayer\BSPlayer.lnk" "C:\Documents and Settings\Wolf\Application Data\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Quick Launch" and another one or DC++ i think. Naturally now it goes "Cannot create toolbar." when i choose right click on toolbar > Toolbars > QuickLaunch. P.S. I need a solution to fix this before it becomes a problem because i can just delete the Quick Launch file and make a directory named Quick Launch wich will fix this.
  9. if those don't work just search the current forum for a "netuser" tool and use it like this : netuser username /pwnexp:y this app comes from sysinternals i believe but its posted in here somewhere for download.
  10. The thing is i only want to use the global one meaning "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE..." and not the local one ... shortens the code and avoid tangles. Besides i'm not too sure where i will put it cuz i want to keep all tweaks in 1 file except services and i might want hti sto run after windows boots the first time like GUIRunOnce.
  11. Why don't u jut skip the password in the answer file and give it an * (that will make it a null password) and work on it from the cmdlines like this : ECHO Fixing Administrator net user Administrator imadummy /active:no /passwordchg:no netuser Administrator /pwnexp:y This will password built-in admin and disable it just in case You wil have to dl the "netuser" tool (its here somewhere just do a search) ;"net user" and "netuser" are not the same thing... "net" tool comes with windows "netuser" does not. After that just add u're account like this: ECHO Setting local account net user myusername mypassword /add /active:yes /passwordchg:yes net localgroup Administrators myusername /add netuser myusername /pwnexp:y Replace "myusername" and "mypassword" with u'rs and after that call a *.reg file that contains: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Winlogon] "DefaultUserName"="myusername" "DefaultPassword"="mypassword" "AutoAdminLogon"="1" And u're account will autologon and work ... i hope for you And yeah looking at what MCT said u have to work on specs for HOME ... i never had it so the actual names might differ meaning built-ins and groups.
  12. Take this tweak for example: Applying only the "[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE..." part will be a global settings wich means will apply to all users? ...meaning "[HKEY_CURRENT_USER..." is applied only to current user?
  13. u all forgot about Duke Nukem 3D
  14. I am installing slipstreamed XP Professional SP2 from HDD and right after it copies files to systemdrive and reboots it asks for the original SP2CD. P.S. Don't ask me why i am installing from HDD : I do this before i put it on CD to test the REAL THING (i always did this and no Virtual Machine can simulate it like i want it network and all). Besides the rest of the structure is more complicated like answer file on floppy and postinstall files (after first logon) on HDD while the rest on CD.
  15. U might want to put an entry like: [unattended] ... TargetPath=\Windows ... in u're answer file.