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WinPE 2.0 GimageX COM based HTA

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here's a couple other's as well

heh :)

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->powaking

I decided not to use any real databases, because I want to keep this simple as possible. So CSV is enough. And you can always import it to database if you want.

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You can also use INI format as well so that it is as such:

[PCNAME]

IP=xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Machine=type

Model=number

etc..

Then have it in a drop down list of the PCNAME's then it would just read the IP address and connect to it as such.

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I'll added a new version again. There is a lot of changes and I write those later on. I didn't include the compiled browse.exe and wallpaper, since I couldn't fit those in the zip file.

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Yes I know. I took it off, because I didn't have any use for it.

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Did you test it, any bugs found. I didn't have time to test it in winpe so I don't know if my environment variables work. If you can test the browse function and the image list is also generated to Windows\system32\ folder.

I'll write the function for the Administration gui tomorrow and I might need some help in testing so stay tuned.

In the next release I'll add support for UltraVNC and I must also add some WMI queries etc. I'll put this function optional, if you don't like to use it.

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Ran it quick in VistaPE. Noticed that after running it once each time after that I get access denied. Haven't had time to look into it but will see if I can either today or tomorrow.

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You might have a problem writing to System32 folder. It writes the Imagex /info filename.wim > X:\window\system32\temp.txt and also the browse function writes there browse.txt

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I tested and fixed several bugs. AutoIt @SystemFolder Macro doesn't work in Winpe, so I have to go back using the static path. X:\windows\system32. I reupped the browse.exe to my ftp and replaced also the zip in the first post.

Setres function was also buggy and I'll think it needs still testing. It now loads every time the window_onload function is executed. I have to find solution for that. One solution might be to delete the setres.exe from the system32 folder once it is executed, so it won't load again.

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tried to capture a image with newest ver.

popup Current path is: appeared,

entered filename,

clicked ok,

said aborted and stopped.

also tried leaving the default: g:\image\imagename.wim

and it still aborted.

not sure what you changed in this version, but used to ask what drive to capture first, then asked for filename, make and model, then description. then captured the image.

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I'm having big problems with browse function, I think i'll have to remove it, because it doesn't work right. I know there is a way to do it by vbscript, but just can't get it to work. The only working method is the BrowseForFolder, since I can get the popup, but the folder/file structure is empty.

There is many parameters to give I just don't know what to use :

BrowseForFolder

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms630408.aspx

Parameters:

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms538017.aspx

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Ok, I found the solution. New version coming in about a hour.

I made some heavy testing in WinPe envinment and I noticed that %comspec% /c doesn't work in winpe everytime. But when I use cmd /c it works like a charm. I also tested capture and append, and both works nicely. I still need to test the setres function.

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