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how can i configure the windows installation to show the programs that im installing (winrar, acrobat....) on the setup screen? (not in the first boot)

with Runonceex? Batch?

Edited by Guilherme, 20 October 2005 - 09:43 AM.



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You can do it with both Read the Unatteded Guide on this site

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no, i know...

i have already installed a unattended windows....

but i want to know how i install the windows unattended and on the billboard screen install the programs....

with runonceex, the programs are installed after the windows is installed, on the first boot.....

in this screenshot, the programs are being installed in the billboard screen and not with the runonceex or batch (i think)


with runonceex is like this:
RunOnceEx

and the screen of the first post is not like this....

Edited by Guilherme, 20 October 2005 - 09:42 AM.


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in this screenshot, the programs are being installed in the billboard screen and not with the runonceex or batch (i think)

Thats Windows Post-Install Wizard (WPI).

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Hummmmmmmm

I downloaded WPI yesterday... did not know as use then deleted....

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I don't think that's WPI...at least, that's not WPI in the image he posted. WPI runs after installation, usually during the first login. In truth, you can run WPI at any time AFTER the install is done, but most script it to run at first boot via winnt.sif.

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It´s done with xplode.