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  1. If I enter a command for each user created to run from runonce what I should do?

    If I use wim registry editor and load "users\default\ntuser.dat"

    and add my command to:


    Will it run every time a user is created?

    I Know that I could test but I'm in hurry to reinstall windows 7 in 3 Pc home network before my trip there ends.... And I'm not that familiar with 7. That is something I would have done in the same case for XP.

    Also I cannot figure how does the changes been saved? If I close registry editor and save the image will these just be saved?

  2. Hello

    I'm trying to run this batch file using wpi but it seems that wpi don't wait to end installation(it closes cmd window after a few seconds):

    @echo off
    echo Installing Windows Live Messanger 2011 only
    for %%a in (*.exe) do "%%a" /q /NOToolbarCEIP /NOhomepage /Nolaunch /nosearch /AppSelect:Messenger

    What I tried so far is:

    {START} cmd /c "%wpipath%\Install\WLE\Runexe.bat"

    {START} "%wpipath%\Install\WLE\Runexe.bat"

    with or withought quotes

    I'm trying to make simple the windows installation and updating application process for everyone. Using "for" command unexperienced users does not have to edit the silent swiches and parameters. All they have to do is to download newer installer then delete the older.

    Please help me...

  3. I'm not sure if this would be better put in as a tweak or a choice in the toolkit, but ...


    Cheers and Regards

    Take a look at this: User Folders - Moving User Folders by Modular Script (Windows seven forums)

    It is good for a live system. Every new user personal folders are moving in your new specified location. You have to edit the new location of folders... It is simple enough if you are interested just read the instructions. However it might not cover your demands for other system folders...

    I hope that there is a way to add this to windows 7 toolkit, with options to specify a default drive letter or path, with the ability to change it during installation because it is not the same hardware or available drive in all pc's.

  4. I used this tool many times... I have to say that you made great effort, it completely replaces the waik commands line that really sucks, maybe the tools depends on them but these alone are really too much wasting of time(to find the correct command for our actions and type correct parameters and all over again next time) next to this windows interfaced tool.

    I appreciate your work too much. Now if you like to add more please:

    My suggestion is to add more options to unattended creator like "copyprofile" that really helps especially if someone updated his images online for some reason.

  5. Well I spend my whole afternoon to create my perfect dual layer DVD for both my win 7 PC's but I did not make it..

    My problem is that the original's DVD wim structure is:


    And if I delete ei.cfg (and keep only Ultimate & home premium clg files will that work???)I'll get the perfect DVD which installs Home premium in my laptop & ultimate at my desktop I guess...

    But after updating the image with latest updates I get this structure which means only ultimate...(Tested)


    Before I try something that would keep me awake can you tell me please:

    If I make a home premium wim also how do I compress them in the same wim?

    OR I should in first place use this command:

    Integrate MSU/CAB updates

    DISM  /Add-Package /Image:<dir>:\<mounted_image_path> /PackagePath:<dir>:\<folder_with_updates>

  6. Hello again

    I'm trying to remake my images again... I have some questions:

    Is it neccesary to have windows installed in a different partition instead of virtual disk drive? If I can use one, can I remove files (the 'boot' folder and others) by mounting only the virtual disk drive as a logical drive and continue the whole process?

    I know that it is explained in the video but I'm missing something because I can't understand well English speech.

  7. Not with waik, you may need a tool or a script for that

    BTW if you integrate the exact same updates the wim should not suffer much in the size department, wim compression is very smart this way

    Do you mean that if I install the updates in the images i need (I need only ultimate and home premium the version I bought and the one came with my laptop) maybe I get not much larger image?

  8. Not with waik, you may need a tool or a script for thatBTW if you integrate the exact same updates the wim should not suffer much in the size department, wim compression is very smart this way

    I do not remember what I did exactly but I've tried with rt seven lite and tried to integrate all updates of sp1 and driverpacks. The iso size was 4.61gb

    I wrote some scripts to do exactly that! :)Here: http://forum.driverpacks.net/viewtopic.php?id=5199

    Thank you I'm checking them now.

    Edit: Forgot to ask... Using these scripts for all official driverpacks and windows sp1 updates will iso fit in a dvd-5?

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