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  1. I've made many successful unattended DVDs and this is something that's not a big issue but it's starting to bug me. I unattendedly create my default user via a batch file that's run from [GUIRunOnce]. Example of my code: net user Owner /add /comment:"Administrator" /FullName:"Owner" NET LOCALGROUP /add administrators Owner Maybe this is a totally stupid question but how do I set Owner to never have the password expire? When I work with domains, I typically use cusrmgr.exe to set passwords to never expire. For example: cusrmgr -u owner +s passwordneverexpires I tried to incorporate that method into my DVD. I created a batch containing the above code and I made sure cusrmgr.exe was in the right location. I called the batch from the original [GUIRunOnce] batch file. However, it doesn't work. Am I going about the wrong way? It's probably something simple that I'm overlooking. Well, any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
  2. Just use Hitman Pro. It's a completely free program made by some Dutch programmers. Essentially, it's an automated program (I think it's made with AutoIT) that uses 6 of the most popular Anti-Spyware programs out there today. Spy-Bot Ad-Aware CWShredder SpySweeper Spyware Doctor Spyware Blaster Not only does it download and installs all of these programs for you, it will apply all updates and automate the spyware removal process. You literally just click one button and you're done. The con, however, would be the length of time it take to run all of those scans. You can customize the scans though and only allow certain programs to run. BTW, if you have NOD32 anti-virus, turn it off during the initial install of the programs. NOD32 flags one of the files needed to install SpySweeper as a potential virus. Once installed, NOD32 has no problems. Here's a link to the Dutch site. The executable is in english.
  4. Works for me. Try this link:
  5. I've used it and all I have to say is: Bad a**! Excellent prog. Please keep up the good work and I look forward to future updates.
  6. I think I waited approximately 2 1/2 months.
  7. I can't say that the project is dead but I can say that I have indeed finally received my 'permission to download' email and that the latest version of the software is dated February 2005.
  8. Back to the subject at hand.... I have found one problem with the active x block list. It renders a certain online virus/spyware scan useless. I use this free scan all the time when I working on customer's infected PCs, very handy.
  9. Not to get off the subject, but did anyone notice that Astalavista has been banned?
  10. Did you put the output files from the drivers in your FILESCD\I386 folder? I did that and it wouldn't work. I wouldn't think you would put the files into CDSOURCE\I386. I have received two errors/symptons - 1. It won't make a finished ISO (it says it finishes making an ISO but the ISO files has no bytes) and 2. It finishes the ISO but the after it's burned and initially installed, Windows does nothing but stay at a black screen.
  11. First off, I want to personally thank Bâshrat the Sneaky for making this awesome utility. Now my question, is possible to use the DriverPack and XPCREATE? I think XPCREATE may overwrite too many things. Just curious if anyone has tried this. I'm experimenting with one disc now - call me bored.
  12. Anyone ever try combining Bâshrat the Sneaky's Driver Pack and XPCREATE? I'm testing it out to see if it's possible without a lot of leg work. I will let everyone know.
  13. BTW, what's the last XPCREATE version dated? Mine's dated Feb 11, 2005.
  14. Relative link.