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If you dont want to use the INTL and want to add ONLY the PTB LP

- Uncompress the dotNetFx45_Full_x86_x64_Slim.exe installer

- Uncompress/add dotNetFx45LP_Full_x86_x64pt-BR_Slim.7z to the same place you extracted the slim installer

- Recompress everything with 7zip

- Download the Intl SFX maker (replace the config.txt with this one I edited specially for pt-BR)

- Drag & drop your 7z file with the Slim and LP installers on drag&drop_7z_on_me.bat to recreate the executable

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If you dont want to use the INTL and want to add ONLY the PTB LP

- Uncompress the dotNetFx45_Full_x86_x64_Slim.exe installer

- Uncompress/add dotNetFx45LP_Full_x86_x64pt-BR_Slim.7z to the same place you extracted the slim installer

- Recompress everything with 7zip

- Download the Intl SFX maker (replace the config.txt with this one I edited specially for pt-BR)

- Drag & drop your 7z file with the Slim and LP installers on drag&drop_7z_on_me.bat to recreate the executable

 

Thanks for fast reply and for mantain the .Net Framework Slim up to date Rick but I ask about the addon described in the first topic of this thread. I want to add local language pack to dotNetFx45_Full_x**.Windows7.AddOn.WA addon (if possible / needed).

 

As I can see this addon inject all files and reg entries of framework direct to offiline image like it has installed in online image using setupcomplete / normal install. I think this will reduce in few minutes the windows instalation right?

 

Anyway thanks again for help.

Edited by Sydnelson

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This does not use the "Slim" installer, if you want the LP to automatically install replace this installer with my "Intl Rebuild"

 

As I can see this addon inject all files and reg entries of framework direct to offiline image like it has installed in online image using setupcomplete / normal install. I think this will reduce in few minutes the windows instalation right?

 

I think OnePiece has a true addon, but I am not sure

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thanks ricktendo for your Contribution :)

and yes, OnePiece has a true addon but for .net 4.0

 

Sydnelson, use ricktendo suggestion and add the created lang pack as silent installer addon

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Hello! How to rebuild ricktendo package?

I want to rebuild lang pack and new (updated) package. Example: how create x86.reg Wix toolset?

Thanks Gabee.

Edited by Gabee

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Hello! How to rebuild ricktendo package?

I want to rebuild lang pack and new (updated) package. Example: how create x86.reg Wix toolset?

Thanks Gabee.

 

Hello :)

- get an application that monitors other program install and reports the changes in Files and Registry (like total uninstall, Perfect uninstaller, etc..)

- do a fresh Win 7 install

- install and run the monitor application

- install ricktendo rebuilt package

- get the changes report (total uninstall offer the registry changes in a .reg file)

- nevertheless, the .reg file will require some modifications to make it appropriate.

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Hello! How to rebuild ricktendo package?

I want to rebuild lang pack and new (updated) package. Example: how create x86.reg Wix toolset?

Thanks Gabee.

 

Hello :)

- get an application that monitors other program install and reports the changes in Files and Registry (like total uninstall, Perfect uninstaller, etc..)

- do a fresh Win 7 install

- install and run the monitor application

- install ricktendo rebuilt package

- get the changes report (total uninstall offer the registry changes in a .reg file)

- nevertheless, the .reg file will require some modifications to make it appropriate.

 

Thanks answer. :)

Edited by Gabee

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Thanx Abbodi.

 

1 question - why does KB2844286 come up as an offered update, although your pack is installed?

 

OS = windows 7 x64

Edited by sweden8

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