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Integrating patched system files without WFP Problems

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Xtremetic

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I have a patched version of tcpip.sys which enables 100 concurrent connection ports and I want to put it in my REPLACE\i386 folder.  There could be a problem with this patched version of tcpip.sys in the installed XP being replaced when I run System File Checker.  I assume that the file size would no longer tarry with the information in a security catalog. I wonder if there are addons for patched system files that would somehow make XP perceive them as legitimate and not be rejected by WFP.  For instance, there is an addon offered at the RyanVM forum to allow the integration of patched dlls into XP to enable software Raid-5.  I wonder if this would work with HFSLIP, the RyanVM Integrator and nLite, and would it resolve WFP problems.  You can obtain it here:

 

http://www.ryanvm.ne...topic.php?t=713

 

Name of file: Rikgale_XPRAID5_addon_v1.cab


Edited by Xtremetic, 19 October 2014 - 03:25 AM.



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jaclaz

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Well, you can disable WFP.

 

Or am I missing something? :unsure:

 

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I intend to have WFP runining as normal with my Windows installation made with a slipstreamed installation CD.  This seems like a good policy given my level of expertise.  If the installation includes patched system files they may be overwritten when I run System File Checker.  Unfortunately the Windows 2000/XP/2003 version of SFC does not ask the user if he wants to replace an incorrect system file in the way that the Win98SE version of SFC did.


Edited by Xtremetic, 19 October 2014 - 02:26 PM.





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