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emoti0n

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  1. Putting a setup file on the desktop

    Ahhh. My apologizes. I never was good at reading License Agreements, lol. I guess I'll just have to go back to using my images. I just haven't been able to set my images up for multiple hardware configurations, but I guess I'll do further research on that now. Thanks and again, sorry about that.
  2. Putting a setup file on the desktop

    Hopefully someone can help me with this. I work at a local computer shop and reformat computers all day long. We like to make sure they're fully up to date before then leave. I have figured all of that out with nLite. The XP install I've created with nLite is perfect for what I do, but there is one thing I'd like to add if it's possible. I would like to have the Microsoft Security Essentials (MSSE) SETUP FILE on the desktop when it first boots up. Sometimes our customers have their own AV program they prefer to use, if not we install MSSE. So I don't want it pre-installed and the laziness in me doesn't want to have to download it each time. Is this possible? Thanks in advance, and have happy / safe holidays everyone!
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