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#26 JonF

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 01:06 PM

Yes, that's the page I linked to in my message. That's ERDC 2005 re-branded (all they did is remove Firefox). It's a production release, version 5.0. The new version is announced at Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack Announces Upcoming Releases. A little more detail is at Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset.

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 08:04 PM

The new version is announced at Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack Announces Upcoming Releases. A little more detail is at Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset.


thanks we will have to wait M$

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Posted 10 March 2008 - 08:26 PM

"Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset combines with four other tools to make the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software Assurance, which delivers dynamic desktop solutions: Microsoft SoftGrid® Application Virtualization, which dynamically streams software as a centrally managed service; Microsoft Asset Inventory Service, which translates software inventory into business intelligence; Microsoft Advanced Group Policy Management, which enhances Group Policy through change-management tools; and Microsoft System Center Desktop Error Monitoring, which enables proactive problem management by analyzing and reporting on application and system crashes.
To learn how Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset and the Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack for Software Assurance can help you, go to [url="http://www.windowsvista.com/optimizeddesktop""]http://www.windowsvista.com/optimizeddesktop"[/url]

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Posted 11 March 2008 - 03:51 PM

Would this be an option to implement into the IE7 script. Add it to the Addon's menu in Programs. Lets you turn on/off proxy settings within VistaPE.

I've included EXE as well as Autoit Source. Didn't have time to find an icon for it.

Attached File  EnableProxy.7z   234.4KB   352 downloads

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Posted 12 March 2008 - 01:04 PM

could you also investigate how to enable and disable firewall on Vista Pe? if you want to try some reverse engennering...take a look at how LSoft make it possible on their WinRe.
"I think that it's better to be safe than to be sorry" :)

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Posted 12 March 2008 - 01:10 PM

could you also investigate how to enable and disable firewall on Vista Pe? if you want to try some reverse engennering...take a look at how LSoft make it possible on their WinRe.
"I think that it's better to be safe than to be sorry" :)


wpeutil DisableFirewall

My RealVNC script does this prior to launching the RealVNC service.

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Posted 13 March 2008 - 07:50 PM

I noticed that the About of IE from within Vistape using Vista SP1 and Waik 1.1 is:

Version: 7.0.5384.4
Cipher Strength: 0-bit

But in normal Windows Vista with SP1 installed:

Version: 7.0.6001.18000
Cipher Strength: 256-bit

Is this correct? Does the script not pull all the correct files for IE7?

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Posted 14 March 2008 - 12:12 AM

could someone add also the command inside startmenu?

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Posted 21 March 2008 - 02:05 PM

Updated Enable Proxy app. Compile in Autoit and add it to the XPEinit.7z attachment and include this line to add it to the Start>Programs>Addons menu. I'm sure it can be tweaked but nice to have if you just need to enable proxy real quick.

Add_Shortcut,StartMenu,Addons,%SystemRoot%\System32\EnableProxy.exe,"Enable-Disable Proxy Settings","%SystemRoot%\System32\"


#include <GUIConstants.au3>

dim $set

Opt&#40;&#34;GUIOnEventMode&#34;, 1&#41;

guicreate &#40;&#34;Enable/Disable Proxy&#34;,200,100,-1,-1&#41;

GUISetOnEvent&#40;$GUI_EVENT_CLOSE, &#34;SpecialEvents&#34;&#41;

$enable = guictrlcreateradio&#40;&#34;Enable Proxy&#34;,10,10,90,20&#41;

guictrlsetonevent&#40;$enable,&#34;enable&#34;&#41;

$proxy = guictrlcreateinput&#40;&#34;Proxy&#58;port&#34;,10,40,170,20&#41;

$disable = guictrlcreateradio&#40;&#34;Disable Proxy&#34;,100,10,90,20&#41;

guictrlsetonevent&#40;$disable,&#34;disable&#34;&#41;

;$prompt = MsgBox&#40;3+32,&#34;Enable/Disable&#34;,&#34;Enable Proxy settings for IE?&#34;&#41;

$btn = guictrlcreatebutton&#40;&#34;Process&#34;,80,65,50,30,$BS_DEFPUSHBUTTON &#41;

guictrlsetonevent&#40;$btn,&#34;process&#34;&#41;

guisetstate&#40;@sw_show&#41;



while 1

	sleep&#40;10&#41;

WEnd



func Enable&#40;&#41;

	guictrlsetstate&#40;$proxy,$GUI_ENABLE&#41;

	$set = 1

EndFunc



func Disable&#40;&#41;

	guictrlsetstate&#40;$proxy,$gui_disable&#41;

	$set = 0

EndFunc



func process&#40;&#41;

Select

	case $set = 1

	regwrite&#40;&#34;HKLM\Software\Sherpya\XPEinit\Proxy\&#34;,&#34;ProxyEnable&#34;,&#34;REG_SZ&#34;,&#34;3&#34;&#41;

	RegWrite&#40;&#34;HKLM\Software\Sherpya\XPEinit\Proxy\&#34;,&#34;ProxyServer&#34;,&#34;REG_SZ&#34;,guictrlread&#40;$proxy&#41;&#41;

	ShellExecute&#40;&#34;x&#58;\windows\system32\XPEinit.exe&#34;,&#34;-p&#34;,&#34;&#34;,&#34;&#34;,@SW_HIDE&#41;

	MsgBox&#40;64,&#34;Proxy Set&#34;,&#34;You can now restart IE&#34;,10&#41;

	exit

case $set = 0 	

	regdelete&#40;&#34;HKLM\Software\Sherpya\XPEinit\Proxy&#34;,&#34;ProxyEnable&#34;&#41;

	RegDelete&#40;&#34;HKLM\Software\Sherpya\XPEinit\Proxy&#34;,&#34;ProxyServer&#34;&#41;

	ShellExecute&#40;&#34;x&#58;\windows\system32\XPEinit.exe&#34;,&#34;-p&#34;,&#34;&#34;,&#34;&#34;,@SW_HIDE&#41;

	MsgBox&#40;64,&#34;Proxy Removed&#34;,&#34;You can now restart IE&#34;,10&#41;

	exit

	endselect

EndFunc



Func SpecialEvents&#40;&#41;

	Select

		Case @GUI_CTRLID = $GUI_EVENT_CLOSE

			  Exit

	EndSelect

EndFunc


#35 drroot

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Posted 01 April 2008 - 04:17 AM

Has anyone successfully compiled the x64 versions of EXPLORER and IE?

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 02:16 PM

Top stuff mate, thanks :thumbsup:

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Posted 02 April 2008 - 05:04 PM

Btw, noticed that sometimes explorer will switch from "double-click" to "one-click" mode without further notification. Also in folder options one-click option is grayed out and double-click is default, but if you click double-click option it will actually switch to one-click mode, weird huh? :thumbsup:

It's a small annoyance as you can bypass it by closing and reopening the explorer window in question... Are there any ideas what might be causing this though, missing component or registry setting perhaps?




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