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WinPE 2.0 simple Ghost Menu HTA

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Hi ,

change in hta code this parameters

from

WINDOWSTATE = normal

to

WINDOWSTATE = fullscreen

bye

Hi

First of all well done with this exactly what i have been looking for.

I am trying to get this to run in full screen without any joy. I have edited the wizard.hta and set it to Fullscreen but this dosn't do anything?

Update

Sorted it you need to set it to WINDOWSTATE=maximize

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Hi having problems point to the path of my ghost32.exe

I have a mapped drive f:\ which contain ghost32.exe

I edited the line

<Button id=ghost onclick=doTask('"%programfiles%\ghost8\ghost32.exe"')>Ghost</BUTTON>     

to

<Button id=ghost onclick=doTask('"f:\ghost32.exe"')>Ghost</BUTTON>     

This doesn't work. I am new to this kind of coding can anyone help please

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Ok I have another Q.

I would like to change the Buttons being generated by the folder name (HP, DELL, ETC)to be a dropdown list box.

the reason for this is that i have a lot of folders which makes way to many buttons.

Anyone help me with this as i am only just learning the HTM coding

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Hi having problems point to the path of my ghost32.exe

I have a mapped drive f:\ which contain ghost32.exe

I edited the line

<Button id=ghost onclick=doTask('"%programfiles%\ghost8\ghost32.exe"')>Ghost</BUTTON>     

to

<Button id=ghost onclick=doTask('"f:\ghost32.exe"')>Ghost</BUTTON>     

This doesn't work. I am new to this kind of coding can anyone help please

This drove me bonkers for quite some time.

I created a variable called "ghoCmd"

ghocmd = "%comspec% /c t:\11\ghost32.exe"

Then I created a new subroutine:

'****************************************************************************
'* doGhost
'****************************************************************************
Sub doGhost(doMe)
objShell.Run ghoCmd
End Sub

And then I set my button to this:

<Button class='tool' id=ghost   onclick=doGhost('')>Ghost 11</BUTTON>  

Might be overkill - but it works.

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Ok I have another Q.

I would like to change the Buttons being generated by the folder name (HP, DELL, ETC)to be a dropdown list box.

the reason for this is that i have a lot of folders which makes way to many buttons.

Anyone help me with this as i am only just learning the HTM coding

As an alternative, a co-worker wound up creating 26 copies of the HTA and modifying them to only pull items matching the first letter.

So there's a small HTA that shows the A-Z buttons, then each button launches it's own HTA for that 'letter.'

Not elegant, but again - it works.

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The tool button would be fine with me, Could you share your syntax? I keep trying, but Im messing something up and cant get it to run.

Thanks

Ken.

I set a variable:

walker = "%comspec% /c t:\11\GhWalk32.exe"

I create a new subroutine:

'****************************************************************************
'* doGhostWalker
'****************************************************************************
Sub doWalker(doMe)
objShell.Run walker
End Sub

And my button is:

<Button class='tool' id=notepad onclick=doWalker('')>GhostWalker</BUTTON> 

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Hi Guy Done it

Change the buttons to a combo box. Open the wizard.hta and cut this in place of the one already there. (i have tried to upload this as well)

Sub enumDirs
Dim colSubfolders, objFolder, fileName
'enumerate folders in images folder
Set colSubfolders = objWMIService.ExecQuery _
("Associators of {Win32_Directory.Name='z:\'} Where AssocClass = Win32_Subdirectory ResultRole = PartComponent")

'create html buttons from each folder name

strBody = strBody &_
"<select size='1' name='DropDown1'"

For Each objFolder in colSubfolders
fileName = objFolder.fileName

strBody = strBody &_
"onchange='enumImages(DropDown1.value)'><option value = '"&Filename&"'>"&Filename&"</option>"

Next
'post resulting html body to document
strBody = strBody & "</select size><BR><BR><HR><BR>"
body.innerHTML = strBody
End Sub

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All,

First of all, thank you for this post, it has been very useful in my creation of the boot CD.

I am wondering if anyone can assist me with my next task. My WinPE 2.0 boot cd has all of the packages installed(WMI, HTA, WMI, Scripting). I am using a modified version of the wizard.hta and would like to accomplish something similar to Tombtek99's posting.

I would like to:

1. Boot with the WinPE CD

2. Detect the workstation IP address or DHCP server IP address.

3. Based on the workstation IP address or DHCP server IP address, map a network drive by reading in a text file stored on the boot cd.

4. Use the mapped network drive to execute the HTA to run ghost, etc.

Again, thank you for the previous discussions and for any assistance you can provide.

This forum rocks!!!

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You can create a VBS script launched from your startnet.bat to read the IP address (among other things) and store it into a variable. We use a sysinfo.cmd file to launch the sysinfo.vbs file, which in turn grabs the info and pipes it to a setenv.cmd file and runs it - both files are in x:\windows\system32.

You can use an IF statement in your startnet.cmd to compare that IP variable and act accordingly (launch a file, run a script, map a drive, etc.)

REM *** sysinfo.cmd ***
cscript.exe //nologo x:\windows\system32\sysinfo.vbs >x:\windows\system32\setenv.cmd
x:\windows\system32\setenv.cmd

REM *** sysinfo.vbs ***
dim count,t,ipchar,ip,lab,cnt
REM *** Get IP Address and Filter Link local IPv6 ***
On Error Resume Next
Set objWMIService = GetObject("winmgmts:\\" & "." & "\root\CIMV2")
Set colItems = objWMIService.ExecQuery("SELECT * FROM Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration", "WQL", &h10 + &h20)

For Each objItem In colItems
strIPAddress = Join(objItem.IPAddress, ",")
Next
count=1
do while(ipchar<>",")
ipchar=mid(strIPAddress,count,1)
count=count+1
if ipchar<>"," then ip=ip & ipchar
Loop
WScript.Echo "SET IP=" & ip

REM *** Determine which lab menu to load ***
REM *** LAB1 = 10.10.16.x - 10.10.31.x LAB2 = 10.10.32.x - 10.10.47.x
count=1
cnt=0
ipchar=""
lab=""
do while(ipchar<>",")
ipchar=mid(strIPAddress,count,1)
if ipchar="." then cnt=cnt+1
count=count+1
if cnt=2 and ipchar<>"." then lab=lab & ipchar
loop
if lab<32 then Wscript.Echo "SET LAB=" & "LAB1" else WScript.Echo "SET LAB=" & "LAB2"

REM *** code placed in startnet.cmd ***

set LAB=UNKNOWN
call x:\windows\system32\sysinfo.cmd
GOTO %LAB%

:LAB1
REM *** launch the HTA and pass the IP variable to be displayed on screen ***
mshta.exe "i:\wizards\lab1.hta" "%IP%"
goto END

:LAB2
REM *** launch the HTA and pass the IP variable to be displayed on screen ***
mshta.exe "i:\wizards\lab2.hta" "%IP%"
goto END

:UNKNOWN
x:\Programs\nu2menu\nu2menu.exe

:END

We just completed a setup that does this very thing. If the third octet of the IP is <32, it launches the hta for one lab, and if it's >=32, it launches the hta for another lab. If it's neither, or an error occurs, a 'default' nu2menu is loaded.

Our setup is fairly deep and uses PXE rather than off the CD, but the basic steps should still apply. Hope this helps.

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Can someone tell me why for the Image name is blank. The radio button show and all other text shows. Just not the text for the radio button image name.

Thanks

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Can someone tell me why for the Image name is blank. The radio button show and all other text shows. Just not the text for the radio button image name.

Thanks

Did you add anything to the COMMENT field in the PROPERTIES of the shortcut that you created?

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This is what my code looks like....

'add radio button label (from fso) and radio button target (from wmi) to an array

For each objTarget in colTargetList

ReDim Preserve arrButtons(1,UBound(arrButtons,2)+1)

arrButtons(0,UBound(arrButtons,2)) = objShortcut.Description

arrButtons(1,UBound(arrButtons,2)) = "<Input type=radio name=radioList id='" & objTarget.Drive & objTarget.Path & objTarget.fileName &_

"' onClick=showRadioInfo>" & objShortcut.Description & "</BUTTON><BR>"

Next

End If

Next

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This is what my code looks like for the radio button section.

'add radio button label (from fso) and radio button target (from wmi) to an array

For each objTarget in colTargetList

ReDim Preserve arrButtons(1,UBound(arrButtons,2)+1)

arrButtons(0,UBound(arrButtons,2)) = objShortcut.Description

arrButtons(1,UBound(arrButtons,2)) = "<Input type=radio name=radioList id='" & objTarget.Drive & objTarget.Path & objTarget.fileName &_

"' onClick=showRadioInfo>" & objShortcut.Description & "</BUTTON><BR>"

Next

End If

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This has nothing to do with the HTA code. As @Stratuscaster pointed out, how did you create your shortcuts for your images? Did you add anything to the COMMENTS sections because this is where the text for the radio button is pulled.

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I thought he was talking about comments in the code. Sorry about that. Yes I did not have any comments in the shortcuts. Thanks a lot for your help and a KUDOS on this cool program.

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