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RUNONCE HELP: Run Microsoft non-hotfixes with runonce. How?

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Hi, the remaining installers i got that i cant slipstream are...

IE8 and all of its hotfixes

Windows Search

Direct X

Windows Search 4.0

Windows Update ActiveX control

Windows Installer Clean Up

Microsoft .NET packages

Do you know the commands to install these with runonce

Also can i use run once to insall 3rd party applications ie:

CCleaner

Wise Disk Cleaner

etc etc

Can this be done? Help would be great with the actual commands. Cheers

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Hi thanks for help.

Some interesting links there

That xable, is great but also unworkable.

It changes the themes wickedly, but it can only be run once cos it doesnt leave a exe in program files

Strangely designed.

It also install a stupid task switcher. But can be removed in advanced settings

Bloke Kurt_Aust is for 64 systems

The difficulty of some of these addons is insane (ie .NET) and all ryans are same or like this to

Every time i try addons it crashes.

If only there was a formal tutorial on advanced nLite. The website is only basic.

Has anyone got DirectX going?

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That xable, is great but also unworkable.

It changes the themes wickedly, but it can only be run once cos it doesnt leave a exe in program files

Strangely designed.

It also install a stupid task switcher. But can be removed in advanced settings

Huh? xable_WindowsUpdateEngine-v1.4_addon.cab does none of those things. It pre-installs the activex control WU will ask you to install on first visit...that's all.

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Bloke Kurt_Aust is for 64 systems

Correct. Yet the switches for the installers are consistent between x86 and x64. You may still find those command lines useful regardless of system architecture.

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yeah sorry i was meaning something i found through xable called "Xpise"

it modernizes the themes of XP its a little sketchy but works great

on the topic of xable....

sure it a pack full of hotfixes but is it for sp3, sp2 or what

and who knows whats in, just a bunch of dll files

an easy and good concept

but its a mystery

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