When you run the script in a folder there are a few new sub-folders appear in the main folder where you place hot-fixes and additional files (you certainly found it already, sorry for explaining this, just in case).
Not sure if your MSI installer could be placed in any HFSLIP folder:
FDVFILES folder is for fdv's IE-removal files.
FIX folder for your customize files or files you want to replace in the source (like notepad.ex_, winnt.sif, ntdetect.com and ntldr for w2k).
HF folder is for hot fixes only (!).
HFCABS folder is for DirectX and IE6 cabs (you can also place LegitCheckControl.cab there).
HFSVPK folder is for .cmd files, inf files, .reg files and silent switchless snstallers (only .cmd and .exe files are ran from svcpack.inf! .inf and .reg files are ran through a newly created HFSLIP.CMD that you can find in SVCPACK folder after slipstreaming).
HFSVPK_SW folder is for programs with a /Q:A /R:N silent switch.
MSIEXT folder is for a msi-extractor tool.
SOURCE folder is for the distributive.
So there is no folder to place your own MSI file.
I have one MSI installer in my installation that I run through a .cmd file (this .cmd file can be ran from cmdlines.txt or placed in HFSVPK). It istalls good with /qn Reboot=Suppress switch.
I personally use HFSLIP to slipstream hot-fixes, DirectX and (theoretically because I don't IE6 (Windows 2000 here). I aslo slipstream all my tweaks and install all my appz with an .inf file and a .cmd file placed in HFSVPK (this way I don't need OEM folder and even winnt.sif - just theoretically because I use it in fact And they are easier to manage if you have all of them in separate file that you can edit any moment AFTER slipstreaming (For example, you don't like a program and you can just delete it from appz.cmd and no need to uncab svcpack.in_, edit it and cab it again. And you can specify any swich for a program in appz.cmd too).
I hope you like the scipt and the result you get after running it I sincerely hope on this because your knowlege and experience in batch-cripting is well-known in this forum and may be usefull for all users
Edited by Oleg_II, 05 October 2005 - 12:14 PM.