crashfly Posted January 31, 2013 Share Posted January 31, 2013 An idea came to me while reading another thread (you could probably guess which one). Would it be possible to modify the manner in which WinToolKit runs the silent installers? By this I mean instead of using the "RunOnce" registration key to launch all of the installers, use only one to start the process. The "process" would read a text file (in the currently used apps folder) that has each installer listed (one per line) with its necessary parameters. In addition, I believe that WinToolKit has more than one mode of installation (all, minimal, etc), so more than one text file can be used for each mode. Reasoning behind this request: What is currently in place is a good method, however to go back and *just* change the silent installers requires the mounting of the registry hive. Then you have to locate where the silent installers are saved. To reduce the tedious work of modifying the registry hive, a simple editable text file could be an effective solution. This would also allow for "custom" commands to launch windows executables (using environmental variables, etc). Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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