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Kai

Problems with psshutdown and deleteuser utility

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Well, I have some problems with getting started psshutdown and the user at asp .net is not deleted at all.

What am I doing wrong?

First I must say I created an extra CD for all the hotfixes as PRESP2.

The Code for psshutdown is something like this, it's German language...

ECHO.

ECHO PSSHUTDOWN wird ins Root Verzeichnis kopiert

ECHO bitte warten...

COPY "psshutdown.exe" "%systemroot%"

ECHO.

ECHO.

ECHO Computer wird in einer Minute neugestartet

ECHO bitte warten...

start /wait psshutdown.exe -r -t 60 -f -m "Windows XP wird nun neugestartet, damit alle Aenderungen auch gültig sind. Nach dem Neustart des Computers wuensche ich viel Spass!!!"

The Code for deleting the ASP.Net User is like this:

ECHO.

ECHO deluser utility wird kopiert...

COPY "deluser.exe" "%systemroot%\"

ECHO.

ECHO ASP.NET User Account vom .NET Framework 1.1 wird geloescht...

start /wait DELUSER /Q aspnet

ECHO.

Why is this not working? Can anyone help me solving this **** problem?

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I can see the problem.

Assuming your CD directory layout is set as:

X:\$OEM$\$1\install\Tools\ and that both files are in the Tools folder, then:

COPY "psshutdown.exe" "%systemroot%"

should be

COPY "%systemdrive%\Install\Tools\psshutdown.exe" "%systemroot%\"

and

COPY "deluser.exe" "%systemroot%\"

should be

COPY "%systemdrive%\Install\Tools\deluser.exe" "%systemroot%\"

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