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Microsoft Core XML Services 4.0 SP3 + 6.0 SP2 (Silent Installer) Includes: Microsoft Core XML Services 4.0 (SP3 integrated/x86 Only) Microsoft Core XML Services 6.0 (x86/x64/ia64/SDK [English Only]) Microsoft Core XML Services 6.0 SP2 (x86/x64/ia64) Download: ZSFX_MSXML_FULL_V100_ENGLISH.7z (English!) Size: 13,5 MB (14.237.611 bytes) MD5: 6A970DD62203AE06FFE792250E1CB532 Download: ZSFX_MSXML_FULL_V100_GERMAN.7z (Deutsch!) Size: 9,48 MB (9.947.254 bytes) MD5: 67DC78CA6715247A2D2F560B42C6C4F0 Changelog: (Created by ME, Zer0) Create: v1.0.0 (20.08.14) Thank you Kelsenellenelvian for your very smart tutorial! If you have any issues or suggestions, please let me know! Have fun! Greez BrokenZer0
Hi, Adobe Reader XI 11.0.07 full,Switchless install - completely silent!! - no desktop icon - checked on win 7 (x64x86) The silent installer can be used in any Windows version that is compatible with the originals setup. MD5: 6BFBAB9D914FA4FADD58787F640581DA Size: 72.0MB AdbeRdr11007_en_US.sfx.zip
Create Java Silent_Installers Svcpack AddOn Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Update (16 October 2013) Hash MD5 EDB7CAA558669A72E8FF65DC8E1F133E Filesize: 753 KB (771655 bytes) With this script you can create java 6/7 x86 and x64 Svcpack Addons and it doesn't need to be updated (supports also Java 8 beta). After extracted Create_Java_SVCPACK_AddOn.cab file, copy in same directory jre-*-windows-*.exe files (you can place there any installer version you want, even all at once if you want ot build an AIO addon, then cilck on Create_Java_SVCPACK_AddOn.cmd file and you'll get Kels_Java_SvcPack_AddOn.cab or Kels_Java_Silent_Installers.exe as shown by Kelsenellenelvian (many thanks!) http://www.wincert.net/forum/index.php?/topic/8932-release-java6u30-7u2-dual-arc-silent-installers/ They can be integrated in Windows XP/Windows Server 2003 (using Nite from v126.96.36.199 or RVM Integrator from v1.6.1 b2.1) and in Windows Vista/7/8/8.1 32/64 bit (using latest version of DX WinNT6.x True Integrator) You can verify if you have latest Java version here: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javase/downloads/index-jsp-138363.html#javasejdk
As the title suggest : Is it possible to remove an addon once it has been integrated using Win Toolkit All-in-One Integrator? I'm thinking not, but I thought I'd ask just the same, and for the benefit of anyone else who might be want to know. It's not really a big issue for me, It just means I'll have to be more diligent with my builds. Any insight is much appreciated.