aviv00

[Guide] Win server 2008

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try do it on clean wim and just after all is removed use waik and then vlite

so wim is clean except for the registry hive thing done to it.

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2008-05-02 16:02:55, Info CSI 00000006 Mismatched pending.xml format versions. We speak 1.0.0.0, it speaks 2.0.0.0

whice waik ver u have ?

try del pending.xml from winsxs dir in the wim

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i downloaded the waik for windows 2008 and vista sp1

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details...;displaylang=en

also the pkgmgr i am using is on the Server DVD sources\6.0.6000.16386_amd64\pkgmgr.exe

also i am doing this on Server 2003 x64 if that is a problem

EDIT:

i just ran this on Server 2008 x64 still the same error.

what's the version of your pending.xml

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m still on ws2008 rc1

i guess samething between 1 to 2

i thikn u should use the pkrmgr of the waik

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cool, might be cos unattained.xml use diff pkgmgr

however better use the latest pkmgr

cos the windows server 2008 rtm is sp1 too

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i think i made the installed disc space to 4.3 gb from 4.6 gb which is actually too much work for too little gain. also make me wonder what else is present in server2008 coz vlited vista sp1 (preintegrated) takes about ~2gb space. (both 64 bit)

as in server 2003 adding removing roles didn't require the original disc meaning all the files were present on the disc i think the same thing is there in 2008 so i was wondering if/how i can remove all the stuff from the hdd which i might never use. all those server stuff. i was thinking maybe waik did that but if i am gaining only 300 mb after removing just about everything it probably isn't cleaning it all up.

something worth looking into.

also on a side note 2008 running in VM ( 1gb ram ) on my xp machine was more responsive than my xp (nlited very lite). :-P. i understand i was running a lot of stuff on xp then but still compared to vista running in that same VM it was multitudes faster.

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i think i made the installed disc space to 4.3 gb from 4.6 gb which is actually too much work for too little gain. also make me wonder what else is present in server2008 coz vlited vista sp1 (preintegrated) takes about ~2gb space. (both 64 bit)

im wondering too try maybe using older vlite like 1.1??

as in server 2003 adding removing roles didn't require the original disc meaning all the files were present on the disc i think the same thing is there in 2008 so i was wondering if/how i can remove all the stuff from the hdd which i might never use. all those server stuff. i was thinking maybe waik did that but if i am gaining only 300 mb after removing just about everything it probably isn't cleaning it all up.

something worth looking into.

yea i notice that too asked nuhi about it, companies wont use vlite and or users wont buy ws2008 so he say there no point to get into it

also on a side note 2008 running in VM ( 1gb ram ) on my xp machine was more responsive than my xp (nlited very lite). :-P. i understand i was running a lot of stuff on xp then but still compared to vista running in that same VM it was multitudes faster.

check that link:

http://forum.notebookreview.com/showthread.php?t=242891

more info about ws2008 :)

http://www.imagebam.com/image/9786675364575

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had already seen those links and many more thats why i tried 2008 in the first place and now that i have tried it and viva-la-difference.

well my company would probably move to 2008 as client systems from the current xp sometime in the near future. i know there is a large cost difference but if it helps productivity the cost can be overcome.

a lot of people would be trying 2008 especially since their trial lets you run for 240 days.

also 2008 disc size is just ~2gb compared to vista ~4.3 gb and still it takes twice as much disc space (plain 2008 install takes 12 gb) once installed. which only means there are a lot of duplicate files, not installed stuff resides on the hard drives.

also i just tried to install .NET 3 on a plain vlited install and it didn't install is this what means breaking the add role/feature. earlier i thought the utility crashed and didn't show up the feature list.

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its might be the same so when its vista the system double checking everything and make it slower

else should be the DRM system

that make vista slower

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its might be the same so when its vista the system double checking everything and make it slower

else should be the DRM system

that make vista slower

the benchmarks reveal that disc and memory/cache access is much slower in vista which might mean vista is writing/reading from the disc a lot more in the background. could be indexing could be superfetch could be anything. might be worth it if someone took a bare bone vista and compared it to barebone 2008. then the real numbers would be apparent.

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So any update on when we will see a component removal that supports Server 2008?

What can I actually remove, without breaking the add feature option?

I know I can remove languages and drivers, is that it?

Are lots of stuff I want to get rid of :P

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gsharad007 search for superfatch tweak

RamGuy

u could use ocsetup to install feathers

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I'll be trying out my own config (Windows 2008 Server Standard x64) today.

If it's successful, I'll post the results here.

edit:

Tried it out and "Add Features" looks ok B)

iso is 1.8gb (including Italian language pack).

Here's my LastSession.ini:

(it says "German" because the English iso wouldn't work properly, for whatever reason)

; vLite preset file
;
;#Environment:
; vLite v1.1.6
; Framework 2.0.50727.1434
; Microsoft Windows NT 6.0.6001 Service Pack 1 64-bit
;
;#Target:
; Windows Longhorn SERVERSTANDARD 64-bit Service Pack 1
; Version 6.0.6001.18000 German (Germany)
;
[Compatibility]
Halo 2
KMPlayer

[CustomHide]

[Components]
;# Drivers #
Display adapters-Intel
Display adapters-nVidia
Diva Server
Printers-Apollo
Printers-Brother
Printers-Canon
Printers-Citizen
Printers-Dell
Printers-Diconix
Printers-Fuji Xerox
Printers-Fujitsu
Printers-Gestetner
Printers-HP
Printers-IBM
Printers-Infotec
Printers-Konica
Printers-Konica Minolta
Printers-Kyocera Mita
Printers-Lanier
Printers-Lexmark
Printers-Minolta
Printers-Minolta-QMS
Printers-NEC
Printers-NRG
Printers-Oce
Printers-Oki
Printers-Okidata
Printers-Olivetti
Printers-Panasonic
Printers-QMS
Printers-Ricoh
Printers-Samsung
Printers-Savin
Printers-Seikosha
Printers-Sharp
Printers-Sony
Printers-Star
Printers-Tally
Printers-Tektronix
Printers-Wipro ePeripherals
Printers-Xerox
TV Tuners-ADS Technologies
TV Tuners-ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
TV Tuners-AVerMedia Technologies, Inc.
TV Tuners-Compro Technology Inc.
TV Tuners-Conexant Systems, Inc.
TV Tuners-Creatix
TV Tuners-Hauppauge
TV Tuners-KNC ONE GmbH
TV Tuners-KWorld
TV Tuners-Lumanate, Inc.
TV Tuners-Philips Semiconductors
TV Tuners-Pinnacle Systems
TV Tuners-TerraTec Electronic GmbH
TV Tuners-VidzMedia Pte Ltd.
TV Tuners-ViXS Systems Inc.
;# Hardware Support #
Floppy Disk Support
Internet Small Computer System Interface (iSCSI)
Windows Mobile Device Center
;# Multimedia #
Music and Video samples
Sample Pictures
Shell event sounds
Wallpapers
;# Network #
File and printer sharing (Server)
Internet Explorer
Internet Information Services (IIS)
Remote Desktop and Assistance
Remote Desktop Client
Windows Firewall
Windows Mail
;# Services #
Computer Browser
Error Reporting
Internet Connection Sharing (ICS)
Offline Files
Remote Registry
Windows Time
;# System #
Disk Defragmenter
Disk Quota
IMAPIv2 Burning Support
Malicious Software Removal Tool
Microsoft Agent
Natural Language
Zip Folder

[Options]
DEP (Data Execution Prevention) = Enabled only for OS components (Optin)
User Account Control (UAC) = Disabled
AntiSpyware Realtime Protection = Default
AutoPlay = Disabled
Paging Executive = Disabled
Power scheme = Balanced
Power button = Shutdown
Sleep button = Do nothing
Hibernation = Off
Control Panel - Classic View = Enabled
Show hidden files and folders = Yes
Show protected operating system files = Yes
Show extensions for known file types = Yes
IE Phishing Filter = Default
IE Phishing Verification Ballon Tips = Default

[Protection]

[Drivers]

[Unattended]
SpecRegional
AcceptEULA
SkipAutoActivation
NetworkLoc = 1
ProtectPC = 3

[Hotfixes]

[LanguagePacks]
E:\it-it\lp.cab

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