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Mr.J!M

ie6 Sliptstreaming into W2K

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BRANDING.CAB
CRLUPD.CAB
filelist.dat
ie6setup.exe
IEEXINST.CAB
iesetup.dir
iesetup.ini
IEW2K_1.CAB
IEW2K_2.CAB
IEW2K_3.CAB
IEW2K_4.CAB
MAILNEWS.CAB
MPLAY2U.CAB
OEEXCEP.CAB
README.CAB
SCRIPTFR.CAB
WAB.CAB

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Thanx for the list.

But is that really all you need?

Are you sure?

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Finally retrieve one of my previous post concerning IE6SP1 download :

http://www.msfn.org/board/index.php?showtopic=15555&st=150

That's the method i use to download only the files related to my Windows version (2K) from my running box.

This method is now integrated to XPCREATE by GreenMachine.

Yes, i'm sure this is the complete list of files needed for IE6SP1 installation for 2K.

Due to Windows file Protection, only IE, OE, WAB and SCRIPT are updated.

No new NetMeeting, JAVAVM, etc...

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@greenmachine

hi GM .. i really like your method of packaging ie6 and have created an xpcreate win2kpro unattended cd with your method and it installed perfectly(except for a sp3res.dll which failed to copy but dont bother me afterwards).

IE6GO.EXE /Q:A /R:N [script to launch RunOnceEx, finishing IE install]

im trying to make a cd manually but since you mentioned this, im a bit confused. could you tell me if i have to create a special RunOnceEx file or just using IE6GO & IE6SP1 in my svcpack.inf file the way mentioned above would work? :)

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@s33m33

No, you don't have to create a special file or add runonceex key in registry

Just use ie6go.exe wich do all the job for you.

it's just an iexpress package which launch this command :

RUNDLL32.EXE IERNONCE.DLL,RunOnceExProcess

which execute I6SETUP.EXE added keys in Registry RunOnceEx.

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@Bilou_Gateux

thanx man .. ie presented the biggest problem in my unattended cd. this makes my project much easier. :)

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