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What is the process to change the "WinToolkit_Apps Folder" route?


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Hi again...

 

English (google):

 

I have integrated programs in my finished Windows 7 SP1 proyect and Wintoolkit programs stored in the folder called WinToolkit_Apps. 
 
I think Wintoolkit generates a file that gives the order for programs to be installed but can not find the file to change the route because I do not want users to see the programs that are installed. I want to change the route of "DVD \ WinToolkit_Apps \" to "DVD \ Source \ apps" 
 
I tried the file "Install.ini" but did not work for me. 
 
My question is: what file created by default Wintoolkit to modify? 
 
Please explain the process to change the installation path because I think I'm doing something wrong or I Don´t understand.

 

Spanish (Original):

 

He integrado programas en mi proyecto terminado de Windows 7 SP1 y Wintoolkit almacena los programas en la carpeta llamada WinToolkit_Apps.
 
Creo que Wintoolkit genera un archivo que da la orden para que los programas se instalen pero no encuentro ese archivo para modificar la ruta porque no quiero que los usuarios vean los programas que se instalan. Quiero cambiar la ruta de "DVD\WinToolkit_Apps\" a "DVD\Source\apps"
 
Probé con el archivo "install.ini" pero no me funcionó.
 
Mi pregunta es: ¿qué archivo crea por defecto Wintoolkit para poder modificarlo?
 
Por favor explicarme el proceso para realizar el cambio de la ruta de instalación porque creo que estoy haciendo mal algo o no logro comprender.

 

 

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I don´t understand how to create this file if Wintoolkit generates the file that gives the order for programs to be installed
Maybe cause a conflict with the file install.ini and Wintoolkit generated?
 

 

#Lets you specify the configuration of the installers
#InstallDir is where your apps are located
#DriverDir is which directories to scan for inf files
#Reboot makes RunOnce reboot Windows after completion
#ShowBrowse will show folder browse dialog if no source is detection

[Config]
INSTALLDIR=E:\WinToolkit_Apps2
INSTALLDIR=E:\WinToolkit_Apps3
INSTALLDIR=WinToolkit_Apps
INSTALLDIR=Sources\Apps
DRIVERDIR=Sources\Drivers2
DRIVERDIR=E:\Sources\Drivers
REBOOT=FALSE
SHOWBROWSE=TRUE

#Things which will always get installed. Anything after * is a switch i.e. /S /Q /Silent
[Automatic]
ISO-Workshop=%DVD%:\WinToolkit_Apps\ISO-Workshop2\ISO-Workshop.exe*/S

#User will be asked to choose which of the following apps to install.
[Manual]

You can now have a install.ini file within your sources folder.  :P When you have InstallDir added multiple times, it will scan all locations for the exe so you can have files scattered if need be.

 

If a location doesn't have a drive specified it will scan the roots of all driver until a match is found. Drivers install pretty fast too and only install the needed ones  :P

 

Also, if manuals are listed and the user hasn't moved the mouse, etc.. after 10 minutes, it will continue with the windows installation with just drivers/automatics installed.

 

 

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Can you at least attach your attempt to make the install.ini file please?

 

I´m going to try again but how I have to save because I have Windows 7 ultimate x86 and x64 in the same DVD.... I Need save 2 install.ini each one for each plataform?

 

How should I do to have install.inf for x86 and install.ini for X64?

 

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this is my install.ini saved in SOURCES FOLDER:

 

#Lets you specify the configuration of the installers
#InstallDir is where your apps are located
#DriverDir is which directories to scan for inf files
#Reboot makes RunOnce reboot Windows after completion
#ShowBrowse will show folder browse dialog if no source is detection
 
[Config]
INSTALLDIR=E:\WinToolkit_Apps2
INSTALLDIR=E:\WinToolkit_Apps3
INSTALLDIR=Sources\System
INSTALLDIR=Sources\Apps
DRIVERDIR=Sources\Drivers2
DRIVERDIR=E:\Sources\Drivers
REBOOT=FALSE
SHOWBROWSE=TRUE
 
#Things which will always get installed. Anything after * is a switch i.e. /S /Q /Silent
[Automatic]
Setup1=%DVD%:\Sources\System\Setup1.exe*/qb
Setup2=%DVD%:\Sources\System\Setup2.exe*/s
Setup3=%DVD%:\Sources\System\Setup3.exe*
Setup4=%DVD%:\Sources\System\Setup4.exe*
Setup5=%DVD%:\Sources\System\Setup5.exe*
 
#User will be asked to choose which of the following apps to install.
[Manual]
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