I can give you an annoying scenario.
You sart nLite on XP SP2 (or less),
you tell nlite to
-remove all languages (beside some you use)
This is all fine. But in a next run, if you try tu use the saved presets, nLite will read that preset file, state that some languages are not present (because they are not added yet by the Service Pack that is included after nLite reads the preset file?) and those languages will appear unticked when they do stand in the preset file as "to be removed").
I think there was also a bug with the unattended preset. nLite can't handle modified or added users from the saved presets.
We've had people finding their entire desktop copied to the iso because they had put a driver on the "Desktop" (to be integrated by nLite).
You need to make the "MAKE ISO" button bigger and flashing red or place it where the "Next" button is now or replace "Next" by "Finish without making ISO". Some people miss it, click Next and come here saying there is no ISO created.
Few options you need to rephrase (numerous threads,if you want, just search on "disable enable", and my name).
-SFC; let chose between "SFC enabled (default) and "SFC disabled". (Now it's "disable SFC:" "Enable (default)/Disable", which is confusing to some).
-"Press Any Key"; from your comment down the screen, it is totally a guess if "Enable" means enable the option or enable the message. Even more when you check the two next options ("Remove Duplicate File"s and "Remove Old Bios information")
I once suggested you replace the right part by "keep(default)/remove" instead of "enable(default)/disable"
An other SFC cosmetic bug; when SFC is removed (thus on a modified source), the greyed out dropdown says "Enabled" instead of "Disabled".
When using Unattended settings on XP Home, nLite forces you to create a user but still XP creates "owner", so there is no need for that additional user. Someone found a workaround here. And it was discussed here as well.
Edited by Ponch, 26 August 2013 - 02:31 AM.