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#1 RoyM

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 07:00 AM

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File Name: WinFE_Win7pe_SEx64x86_v3_(PublicRelease).script
File Submitter: RoyM
File Submitted: 28 Dec 2011
File Category: Miscellaneous

Forensic Analysis Tool
No auto-mounting of hard drives to turn PE into a forensic FE build
HD's not visible in Explorer, HD's visible in Disk Manager= Unmounted+Inaccessible

Click here to download this file

 

Additional Info Here to use a manualy downloaded file.
http://reboot.pro/to...ns/#entry177062


Edited by RoyM, 17 September 2013 - 01:18 AM.
FTK Imager Download now requires registration.

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Posted 29 December 2011 - 03:11 PM

Good script to turn Win7Pe_Se into WinFE forensic FE build :thumbsup:

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Posted 31 December 2011 - 06:52 PM

When added to WinPE7_SE, v3 keeps terminating WinBuilder with this error:

"Run - Processing section: [CopyFTK] From file: [%BaseDir%ProjectsWin7PE_SETweaksWinFE_Win7pe_SEx64x86_v3_(PublicRelease).script]
System,FileRedirect,OFF
DirDelete - Failed to delete directory [%BaseDir%WorkbenchCommonAccessDataFTK Imager]: The system cannot find the path specified
Halt


If I add the folder WorkbenchCommonAccessDataFTK Imager manually and copy the contents of my FTK Imager install to it, the script completes and WinBuilder continues to successful end.

Edited by balzanto, 31 December 2011 - 07:24 PM.


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Posted 31 December 2011 - 10:13 PM

winfe-win7pe-sex64x86-v3- is supposed to download and use
the new version of FTK Imager v3.1.0.1514

Unlike prior versions, This script doesn't go looking
on the Host machine for FTK Imager Files.

Try the download button
You can also manualy download FTK Imager v3.1.0.1514
and click the {Copy AccessData_FTK_Imager_3-1-0.exe from Here:} Button.

This script should download AccessData_FTK_Imager_3-1-0.exe
Then extract the the .MSI from the download file, and then
from the .MSI it extracts the files.

In this script is three interface buttons that are hidden.
One buttonfolder for each step of file extraction.

To see them, Select the Edit button in Winbuilder, Select Interface
then check the visibility box for each of the three buttons.

I will correct the offending line of code in the script, Thank You
Happy New Year
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Posted 27 February 2012 - 07:32 PM

I really thank you for continuing this script!

But, as I am still a WINPE beginner, I must ask you where I should put the script best?

Shall I put it into my
f:\_Projekte\Boot\Winbuilder\Projects\MyScripts\APPS\

since there are my scripts I import by the marvelous "Share Scripts" script that comes with Win7PE_SE.
Or has it to be put somewhere else`?
If so, how can I deduce as beginner where to put such scripts?


thank you

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Posted 27 February 2012 - 10:35 PM

this is probably a good place to put it. What is important to understand is that a winbuilder project parses scripts in bothe the directory location AND the "level" of the script. This allows it to order scripts FIRST by level, and then by the path to the script file and name given inside the script file.

By using the "linking" process that the "share scripts" script uses, you can keep the complete file in a separate location but make it logically appear inside the given project. Good Luck, and don't hesitate to try things out, or to browse around the docs on http://code.google.c.../wiki/wbwelcome

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Posted 28 February 2012 - 11:28 AM

Hi Sbaeder

thank you for the quick answer and moreover for all your enthusiastic energy that went into the WinFE project and your site.


If I understand you corectly each script has a given level that effects the priority AND where it is put in the ready ISO, for example.
If I want I CAN change this level easily with a texteditor...

You said that WB

"project parses scripts in both the directory location AND the "level" of the script. This allows it to order scripts FIRST by level, and then by the path to the script file".

So, I CAN influence where the script - or app - will apear in the compiled project? Give it is an app that is to apear later on the desktop/explorer of the compiled project.
But the place where it will appear is one and only depend from the place where it derives from, right?


Example:
My HDD ordner sorting looks like this:
f:_ProjekteBootWinbuilderMyScriptsAppsForensic

Where f:_ProjekteBootWinbuilderMyScriptsApps is the place where the 'Share Scripts" script looks for scripts. "Forensic" is a subdir where I got other stuff of this matter...

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So, I am doing nothing wrong and it is good idea to put the WinFE_Win7pe_SEx64x86_v3_(PublicRelease).script into the "...WinbuilderMyScriptsAppsForensic" folder.

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Posted 29 February 2012 - 12:00 AM

thank you for the quick answer and moreover for all your enthusiastic energy that went into the WinFE project and your site.

It is a group effort - I am just one of many who help out here :hi: But thanks (on behalf of all of us!)

If I understand you corectly each script has a given level that effects the priority AND where it is put in the ready ISO, for example.
If I want I CAN change this level easily with a texteditor...

Levels are usually standardized across different projects, with applications usually getting level=5. See http://code.google.c.../wbscriptlevels for all the details...and using the built in editor is usually a lot easier than using a stand-alone editor, since it has the "magic wand" to help out with syntax, etc.

So, I CAN influence where the script - or app - will apear in the compiled project? Give it is an app that is to apear later on the desktop/explorer of the compiled project.
But the place where it will appear is one and only depend from the place where it derives from, right?

Example:
My HDD ordner sorting looks like this:
f:_ProjekteBootWinbuilderMyScriptsAppsForensic

Where f:_ProjekteBootWinbuilderMyScriptsApps is the place where the 'Share Scripts" script looks for scripts. "Forensic" is a subdir where I got other stuff of this matter...

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So, I am doing nothing wrong and it is good idea to put the WinFE_Win7pe_SEx64x86_v3_(PublicRelease).script into the "...WinbuilderMyScriptsAppsForensic" folder.

Yes, this is correct. Making sub-folders can help you organize things.

Good Luck (and if we need to continue discussion, let's move it to a separate topic!)

Scott

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Posted 29 February 2012 - 08:35 AM

Scot

I read the scripts and app scripts section of the Wiki again and am happy to know that the answer to my question is there - who did question that :)

So, if I want to appear a given app in the explorer section (windows taskbar button left) under a certain place/folder/subfolder I have to edit the scrip, ehem...

I once thought that they would appear in the sorted order of their 'original' order -> see the above screenshot. That was a mistake. So, I hope that I can edit the scripts
I have in mind so my PE will look nicely categorized under explorer/programs if I had a lot of scripts.

So, thank you and all others.
cheers

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Posted 02 March 2012 - 02:45 AM

Hi ito pedalracer

That's what this next script interface box does.
Start menu folder (blank for none):

If you leave blank, the shortcut will be put on startmenu

If you use the next line in the box.
MyScriptsAppsForensic
the shortcut will be on startmenuMyScriptsAppsForensic

Hope that helps
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Posted 05 March 2012 - 10:04 AM

Roy

I got more problems. Your script works flawlessly in the 'small' version of WinPE7_SE but not in the 'large download' of the project.

Of course I got the same settings as far as I can tell in both, so I wonder why it causes problems.
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If you need the whole log I will publish it but may be you can help aleady.

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 02:38 AM

Comment out line 50

Change from:
DirDelete,%FTKFolder%,FAST

Change To:
// DirDelete,%FTKFolder%,FAST

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Posted 06 March 2012 - 08:31 PM

Thank you Roy

that worked and I am all and all happy :)




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