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How Do I Disable/remove Qos Packet Scheduler?

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I am having trouble disabling/removing QOS Packet Scheduler from my unattended install. According to previous posts on this forum all you need to do is add the following lines to winnt.sif:

[Components]
NetOc = On < makes winnt.sif process the NetOptionalComponents section

[NetOptionalComponents]
Beacon=0 < turns off the QOS Packet Scheduler

This doesn’t work for me.
Another post mentions editing the registry and creating the following key:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Psched\

And create this DWORD value:
NonBestEffortLimit 0x00000000

This registry key is explained in the following MS article and doesn’t turn off the QOS Packet Scheduler:
http://www.microsoft...entry/93815.asp

Can someone please tell me how to stop the QOS Packet Scheduler from installing or how to disable it?
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Might not be the answer your looking for but, nLite can remove it..
Otherwise i bet the code is in the Ref file..

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;Disable Quality of Service RSVP
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\RSVP]
"Start"=dword:00000004

This should do the trick although untested by myself, as I don't use it. I do stop several other services using this method.

I know it can be done through the sif but I don't have that info at hand.

I take it you're using WXP. If you are using W2K check here.

Good luck.

EDIT: (about 6 to get it right)

Ohh darn... Sorry, your talking about Packet Scheduler... In that case, don't bother with the link. And you'd be looking at this registry value:

;Disable Quality of Service Packet Scheduler
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\PSched]
"Start"=dword:00000004

... again, untested. ;)

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Drewdatrip - The setting in nLite only seems to relate to the QOS RSVP service not the QOS Packet Scheduler Network Service.

enuffsaid - hehe... i just tried that PSched setting in the registry and it took out my netowrk connection, ipconfig reported no network adapters. :D

Anyone else got any suggestions?
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Darn! You're right... Some help I am. ;) Sorry.

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Sorry havent been following the forum for a while, but it appears you are missing some items when you specify the network config in your winnt.sif

Here is what i do to get rid of it...

[Identification]
    JoinWorkgroup=WORKGROUP

[Networking]
    InstallDefaultComponents=Yes

[NetAdapters]
    Adapter1=params.Adapter1

[params.Adapter1]
    INFID=*

[NetServices]
    MS_SERVER=params.MS_SERVER

[NetProtocols]
    MS_TCPIP=params.MS_TCPIP

[params.MS_TCPIP]
    DNS=Yes
    UseDomainNameDevolution=No
    EnableLMHosts=No
    AdapterSections=params.MS_TCPIP.Adapter1

[params.MS_TCPIP.Adapter1]
    SpecificTo=Adapter1
    DHCP=Yes
    WINS=No
    NetBIOSOptions=0
    DNSDomain=domain.com

[NetOptionalComponents]
    Beacon=0

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like stated aboved, all Win components can be removed in [Components] section of the unattend file... if u wanna add a Win component once u have installed Windows in a unattended manner....

sysocmgr.exe and some switches to that.... the components have the same names as in unattend file which can be found in the ref.chm or deploy.chm files...

some [components] are undocumented from M$ though..
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You can remove Qos AND File and Print Sharing from your network settings by putting this in your Winnt.sif with nothing under it (leave blank):

example:

[NetServices]


[WindowsFirewall]
Profiles=WindowsFirewall.TurnOffFirewall


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To clarify, just add the [NetServices] entry with nothing under it, the other stuff is just an example.....just add to your winnt.sif with whatever else you already have in it..... :P
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Of course if you feel you need File and Print Services, then you can add the following without affecting the above
[NetServices]

    MS_SERVER=params.MS_SERVER





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