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How to add files (dll) to system32 dir?

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#1 Jhoe

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 12:46 AM

A few programs being ran are asking for specific .dll files.

How can we ensure that they get copied? I have them in my %BaseDir%\Custom\VistaPE-Core directory right now and they get copied (via customer folder script) to VistaPE but I need them in \windows\system32 not in the root of the drive.


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Posted 11 January 2009 - 05:53 PM

You would start by editing one of the scripts that needs the DLL.

Then, under the line that says [process] is where all action takes place.

You add:

Where myDLL is the filename of the DLL you wish to add.

Probably you might also be interested in reading the log to see if these files really get copied or not.

In alternative you can use "unpack", on this case you only need to add them inside the script.

A tutorial regarding how to get this done is available here:

I recommend printing to paper to ease the reading.


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