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DeadWinter

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  1. An option to enter an IP-range for this tweak: Stop Any Security Files Warnings when doing any action on networked files. Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ZoneMap\Ranges\Range666] "*"=dword:00000001 ":Range"="192.168.1.*" The RangeNumber [Range666] used here can be any high up number so it doesn't intefere with existing ranges. The option to enable this and enter an IP range under the Tweaks list would be great.
  2. Hi Rick, Never mind. Got it working fine now. Thx!
  3. Hi Legolash2o, Could you incorperate the option to opt-out the "Customer Experience Improvement Program". I stumbled upon a google updater task when using 'Speccy' and investigated further. (< Non-Related to my Request ) A whole range of tasks are scheduled with a notation that it run cause of an 'opt-in'to the Customer Experience Improvement Program. I either missed something setting up my image or the lack of the 'Opt-Out' option has automatically enabled it by deafault. I did a quick search and found it can be controlled via the unattended answer file. To disable the Windows Customer Experience Improvement Program by using an answer file with an unattended installation Using the methods you prefer for an unattended installation or a remote installation, create an answer file. For more information about unattended and remote installations, see Appendix A: Resources for Learning About Automated Installation and Deployment for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Confirm that your answer file includes the following line: <CEIPEnabled>0</CEIPEnabled> The Appendix A can be found at: http://technet.micro...y/ee126117.aspx If you need any other specifics, let me know and I'll see if I can provide you with what you need to implement this in the WinToolKit. Thanks!
  4. You can use this on: http://www.coderforlife.com/projects/win7boot/ Works fine!
  5. Hello Rick, I see it's long time ago since any reply on this topic. I've tried the download but Filesonic has stopped sharing the files. "All sharing functionality on FileSonic is now disabled." Any change you can post the file elsewere? I'd love to get a copy and use it in my unattended W7x64 setup. Thanks!
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