Jump to content

SHO_GuN

Members
  • Content Count

    4
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Everything posted by SHO_GuN

  1. An observation regarding KB3136000 still showing in WU after install.... I hadn't had this problem. Then I decided to redo my installer and used the Rollup KB3120241 as my base file and updated it with KB3127233 and KB3136000 which are the only two updates I had showing on WU after installing just KB3120241. I then had KB3136000 showing up in WU. I'm not sure what I used to make my original installer that did NOT have this problem so I took a guess after looking over my shoddy notes and tried the following: Base file: NDP461-KB3102436-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe with KB3122661, KB3127233 and KB3136000 integrated. KB3136000 does NOT show up in WU using this installer. There is no longer a link to the latest release in this thread so I can't check, but IIRC it was using Rollup KB3120241. If this is so, seems the rollup is causing this issue. I only tested x86. Edit: Add KB3143693 to the list after April patch Tuesday. So NDP461-KB3102436-x86-x64-AllOS-ENU.exe with KB3122661, KB3127233, KB3136000 and Add KB3143693 integrated satisfy WU.
  2. Thanks - that was the nudge I needed, got it figured out now :thumbsup_anim: Edit: Was happy too soon - worked fine from desktop, run addon via inf, reboot and reg entry correctly created. Was a different story on a live install, still was created as "Default User". Oh well, I will stick with adding it via my first boot reg tweaks. Edit #2: Got it worked out this morning .. a little convoluted but it works. Instead of running the desired reg entry on first reboot, I added another runonceex at first reboot that makes the desired entry on second reboot.
  3. Hi, I am trying to create a registry entry in the AddReg section that will use the currently logged in user's username. I thought I had it figured out using "HKCU,"Software\MyProgram\MyDirectory","PATH",0x0,"%53%\TargetDirectory". When I run this inf from my desktop, the entry is created as "C:\Documents and Settings\MYUSERNAME\TargetDirectory", just as I want. However, when I use that line in my addon during Windows install, the entry is created as "C:\Documents and Settings\Default User\TargetDirectory" - Instead of "MYUSERNAME", it is showing up as "Default User" and the application does not work. Could someone give me a hint as to how to accomplish this, I have searched to no avail. Thanks - Gun
×
×
  • Create New...