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#126 diputs

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Posted 16 April 2010 - 10:25 PM

Can PE Network auto-import the WLAN profile? I've have PE Network running in my Live XP (SP2) build. It copies my WLAN drivers, hotfix, and WLAN profile. I can find the WLAN profile in the system directory, but it isn't automatically imported to the preferred networks in PE Network. If i run PENetwork and import it, everything works fine and it connects to the network. Is there anyway to eliminate this manual step? I need to have it auto-connect to my WLAN on boot. Thanks.

#127 MedEvil

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Posted 16 April 2010 - 11:25 PM

diputs, no posting of the same post to different threads around here!

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#128 Danj

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Posted 13 May 2010 - 08:02 AM

I'm having a problem with PE Network Manager 0.56. In the Preferred Networks section on the Wifi tab, if I double click on a connection I get an error "The exception Illegal Instruction. An attempt was made to execute an illegal instruction. (0xc000001d) occurred in the application at location 0x753f9617". This wouldn't be a problem except that the wireless network at my workplace is a "hidden" one so I need to use the Preferred Networks section to set up the connection to it. The wireless card is detected correctly and can pick up non-hidden wireless networks, so I am assuming everything else is working as it should be, does anyone have any suggestions which I can try? (I'm using Make_PE3)

EDIT: OK, I think I found a related problem... when I exported the wifi profile to an XML file, in the file the "nonBroadcast" tag was listed as "false", I changed this to "true" and imported it back in and now the connection works OK. I still get the same error if I try to double click it in Preferred Networks though.

#129 carloscape

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Posted 15 June 2010 - 06:07 PM

I switched projects and redownloaded your script which worked with no issues. I noticed you don't have spanish as a language, so I made a translation file for it.

I am posting it here.

#130 Virtual-R

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Posted 16 June 2010 - 12:47 PM

Well here is my contribution, Swedish language-support.
Although it's not perfect, I think it's pretty good anyway! :thumbup:

Find it here:

http://www.mediafire.com/?ymmnkwwcoyq

#131 eismann

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Posted 09 March 2011 - 05:12 PM

I extracted the network manager out of the script and everything works good. For cable networks.

PE Network Manager says there is no WLAN API. Is this because I am using it with Windows PE 3.0 from WAIK?

#132 Mati

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Posted 11 April 2011 - 07:13 AM

I extracted the network manager out of the script and everything works good. For cable networks.

PE Network Manager says there is no WLAN API. Is this because I am using it with Windows PE 3.0 from WAIK?

you need
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/972831

#133 Chilloutfaktor

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Posted 12 July 2011 - 08:36 AM

Hi there,

i've the problem - that PENM does not load my config file at startup (as i think).
i've made a new topic for that - may anyone has an idea why i get no profile selector...

Thanks!
Best regards,
Chill

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Aus irgendeinem Grund werden bei mir nicht die Profile geladen, so wie ich sie im Konfigurator angelegt habe.
Es sieht so aus, als ob das config File nicht geladen wird. Allerdings werden Einstellungen wie "Startup Countdown" übernommen. Es werden nur keine Profile geladen....
hat jemand eine Idee ?

Ich bin für jede Hilfe dankbar.

Gruß
Chill

Hier mal mein Config File (etwas abgeändert)
;*** Profile description ***

; For additional options use the profile editor

;

; Computername		- max. 15 chars; ? = random A-Z; + = random 0-9

;

; Workgroup		- network group to join; max. 15 chars

;

; NetAdapterX.UseDHCP	- 0/1 - use dynamic IP address for Netadapter X

; NetAdapterX.IP	- Static IP address(es) if DHCP=0 for Netadapter X - comma separated

; NetAdapterX.SM	- Static subnet mask(s) if DHCP=0 for Netadapter X - comma separated

; NetAdapterX.DG	- Static gateway(s) for Netadapter X - comma separated

; NetAdapterX.DNS	- Static DNS server address(es) for Netadapter X - comma separated

; NetAdapterX.WINS	- Static WINS server address(es) for Netadapter X - comma separated

; NetAdapterX.MAC	- Selfdefined MAC address for Netadapter X

;

; StartSharing		- Yes/No - Automatically start sharing after starting all network services

; ShareAll		- Yes/No - Automatically share all local drives

;

; Netpath		- predefined network path's which appear in network connect dialog

;

; Desc.LineX		- Profile description starting with index 1

;

; CMDStart.CMDX		- Command to run after starting network; starting with index 1

; CMDStart.StartX	- Normal/Hide/Minimized/Maximized; command startup mode; starting with index 1

; CMDStart.WaitX	- Wait/Nowait; command wait, means: just executing or wait until finished

;

;****************************

;ProfileDefault=Dynamic IP address



[PENetwork]

ProfileDefault=

UseProfileSelect=Yes

UseProfileCountdown=Yes

ProfileCountdown=30



[NetProfiles]

Dynamic IP address=

B-Leitstand=

NVA=

Static IP address=





[NVA]

Computername=RESTORE-NVA?

Workgroup=WORKGROUP

NetAdapter1.UseDHCP=0

NetAdapter1.IP=192.168.213.5

NetAdapter1.SM=255.255.255.0

NetAdapter1.DG=192.168.213.1

NetAdapter1.DNS=192.168.200.10

NetAdapter1.WINS=

NetAdapter1.MAC=

NetAdapter2.UseDHCP=0

NetAdapter2.IP=192.168.213.6

NetAdapter2.SM=255.255.255.0

NetAdapter2.DG=192.168.213.1

NetAdapter2.DNS=192.168.200.10

NetAdapter2.WINS=

NetAdapter2.MAC=

StartSharing=

ShareAll=

NetPath=images

NetDrv.Path1=\\nas\Back

NetDrv.User1=

NetDrv.Pass1=

NetDrv.Letter1=S:

Desc.Line1=

CMDChange.CMD1=ping 192.168.213.1 -t

CMDChange.Start1=Normal

CMDChange.Wait1=Yes



[B-Leitstand]

Computername=RESTORE-PE?

Workgroup=WORKGROUP

NetAdapter1.UseDHCP=0

NetAdapter1.IP=192.168.201.5

NetAdapter1.SM=255.255.255.0

NetAdapter1.DG=192.168.201.1

NetAdapter1.DNS=192.168.200.10

NetAdapter1.WINS=

NetAdapter1.MAC=

NetAdapter2.UseDHCP=0

NetAdapter2.IP=192.168.201.6

NetAdapter2.SM=255.255.255.0

NetAdapter2.DG=192.168.201.1

NetAdapter2.DNS=192.168.200.10

NetAdapter2.WINS=

NetAdapter2.MAC=

StartSharing=

ShareAll=

NetPath=images

NetDrv.Path1=\\nas\Back

NetDrv.User1=

NetDrv.Pass1=

NetDrv.Letter1=S:

Desc.Line1=

CMDChange.CMD1=ping 192.168.201.1 -t

CMDChange.Start1=Normal

CMDChange.Wait1=Yes



[Dynamic IP address]

Computername=RESTORE-PE?

Workgroup=WORKGROUP

NetAdapter1.UseDHCP=1

NetAdapter1.IP=

NetAdapter1.SM=

NetAdapter1.DG=

NetAdapter1.DNS=

NetAdapter1.WINS=

NetAdapter1.MAC=

StartSharing=

ShareAll=

NetPath=images

NetDrv.Path1=\\nas\Back

NetDrv.User1=

NetDrv.Pass1=

NetDrv.Letter1=S:

Desc.Line1=IP: DHCP

Desc.Line2=Computername: MININT-PE....

Desc.Line3=Workgroup: workgroup



[Static IP address]

Computername=MININT-PE??++

Workgroup=WORKGROUP

NetAdapter1.UseDHCP=0

NetAdapter1.IP=192.168.0.200

NetAdapter1.SM=255.255.255.0

NetAdapter1.DG=192.168.0.1

NetAdapter1.DNS=

NetAdapter1.WINS=

NetAdapter1.MAC=

StartSharing=

ShareAll=

NetPath=images

NetDrv.Path1=\\nas\Back

NetDrv.User1=

NetDrv.Pass1=

NetDrv.Letter1=S:

Desc.Line1=IP: 192.168.0.200

Desc.Line2=SM: 255.255.255.0

Desc.Line3=DG: 192.168.0.1

Desc.Line4=Computername: MININT-PE....

Desc.Line5=Workgroup: workgroup





[Dark]

ClrStateGreen		=0x00D000

ClrStateRed		=0xD25000

ClrSvcStart		=0x44DD44

ClrSvcStop		=0xDD4444

ClrBtnChkTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnChkBk		=0xC5E0F0

ClrBtnChkGrad		=0x708090

ClrBtnUnchkTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnUnchkBk		=0xE0F5FF

ClrBtnUnchkGrad		=0xB0D5D0

ClrBtnDhcpTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnDhcpBk		=0xD0F5A8

ClrBtnDhcpGrad		=0x90A580

ClrBtnTxtDisabled	=0x353535

ClrBtnBkActive		=-1

ClrBtnFocus		=0xFF9000

ClrBtnNormalTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnNormalBk		=0xFEFEFE

ClrBtnNormalGrad	=0xB0ADAD

ClrBtnFrame		=0x000000

ClrWiFiConnect		=0xFF9000

ClrTITxt		=0xFFFFFF

ClrTIBk			=0xF09040

ClrTIGrad		=0x804020

ClrTISelTxt		=0xFFA040

ClrTISelBk		=0x505050

ClrTISelGrad		=0x505050

ClrTIFocus		=0xFF9000

ClrTIConfTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIConfBk		=0xE0E0E0

ClrTIConfGrad		=0x606060

ClrTIConfSelTxt		=0xFFFFFF

ClrTIConfSelBk		=0x707070

ClrTIConfSelGrad	=0x707070

ClrGUIBkMain		=0x2F2F2F

ClrGUIBk		=0x505050

ClrGUIBkSub		=0x2F2F2F

ClrGUIBkConf		=0x707070

ClrTIWiFiTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIWiFiBk		=0xD4D4D6

ClrTIWiFiGrad		=0xD4D4D6

ClrTIWiFiSelTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIWiFiSelBk		=0xE6E4E4

ClrTIWiFiSelGrad	=0xE6E4E4

ClrGUIBkWiFi		=0xE6E4E4

ClrGUIBkAuth		=0xE6E4E4

ClrLblNormal		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLblConf		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLblWiFi		=0x000000

ClrLVWiFiBk		=0x2F2F2F

ClrLVWiFiTxt		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVSharesTxt		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVSharesBk		=0x2F2F2F

ClrLVDrivesTxt		= 0xFFFFFF

ClrLVDrivesBk		= 0x2F2F2F

ClrLVNetDrvTxt=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVNetDrvBk=0x2F2F2F

ClrLVPingTxt=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVPingBk=0x2F2F2F

ClrLProfileTxt=0xFFFFFF

ClrLProfileBk=0x2F2F2F

ClrLExtTxt=0xFFFFFF

ClrLExtBk=0x2F2F2F



[Silver]

ClrStateGreen		=0x007500

ClrStateRed		=0xB00000

ClrSvcStart		=0x44DD44

ClrSvcStop		=0xDD4444

ClrBtnChkTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnChkBk		=0xC8DCFF

ClrBtnChkGrad		=0x96AAE6

ClrBtnUnchkTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnUnchkBk		=0xE6FFFF

ClrBtnUnchkGrad		=0xB4D2D2

ClrBtnDhcpTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnDhcpBk		=0xF0FFCD

ClrBtnDhcpGrad		=0xBECD9B

ClrBtnTxtDisabled	=0x353535

ClrBtnBkActive		=-1

ClrBtnFocus		=0xFF9000

ClrBtnNormalTxt		=0x000000

ClrBtnNormalBk		=0xFEFEFE

ClrBtnNormalGrad	=0xACACB0

ClrBtnFrame		=0x000000

ClrWiFiConnect		=0x0000FF

ClrTITxt		=0x000000

ClrTIBk			=0xD0D0D4

ClrTIGrad		=0x8D8D91

ClrTISelTxt		=0x000000

ClrTISelBk		=0xE4E4E8

ClrTISelGrad		=0xE4E4E8

ClrTIFocus		=0xFF9000

ClrTIConfTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIConfBk		=0xFFFFFF

ClrTIConfGrad		=0xBEBEC2

ClrTIConfSelTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIConfSelBk		=0xBEBEC2

ClrTIConfSelGrad	=0xBEBEC2

ClrGUIBkMain		=0xD4D4D8

ClrGUIBk		=0xE4E4E8

ClrGUIBkSub		=-1

ClrGUIBkConf		=0xBEBEC2

ClrTIWiFiTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIWiFiBk		=0xFFFFFF

ClrTIWiFiGrad		=0xBEBEC2

ClrTIWiFiSelTxt		=0x000000

ClrTIWiFiSelBk		=0xE4E4E8

ClrTIWiFiSelGrad	=0xE4E4E8

ClrGUIBkWiFi		=0xE4E4E8

ClrGUIBkAuth		=0xE4E4E8

ClrLblNormal		=0x000000

ClrLblConf		=0x000000

ClrLblWiFi		=0x000000

ClrLVWiFiBk		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVWiFiTxt		=0x000000

ClrLVSharesTxt		=0x000000

ClrLVSharesBk		=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVDrivesTxt		= 0x0

ClrLVDrivesBk		= 0xFFFFFF

ClrLVNetDrvTxt=0x000000

ClrLVNetDrvBk=0xFFFFFF

ClrLVPingTxt=0x000000

ClrLVPingBk=0xFFFFFF

ClrLProfileTxt=0x000000

ClrLProfileBk=0xFFFFFF

ClrLExtTxt=0x000000

ClrLExtBk=0xFFFFFF



[Schemes]

Default=Silver

Scheme1=Dark

Scheme2=Silver



#134 honker

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Posted 15 August 2011 - 01:06 AM

Hello Holger,

is this a bug in PENetwork.script version 55 at the end of the section Process-GetPENM?

If,%PENMVerWeb%,Smaller,%PENMVerScript%,If,%PENMVerScript%,Bigger,%PENMVer%,ExtractAllFiles,%ScriptFile%,files,"%ScriptDir%"
If,%PENMVerWeb%,Smaller,%PENMVerScript%,If,%PENMVerScript%,Bigger,%PENMVer%,IniWrite,"%ScriptDir%\PENetwork_ver_tmp.txt","PENetwork","Version",%PENMVerScript%
If,ExistFile,"%ScriptDir%\PENetwork_ver_tmp.txt",FileDelete,"%ScriptDir%\PENetwork_ver_tmp.txt"
If,NotExistFile,"%ScriptDir%\PENetwork.7z",ExtractAllFiles,%ScriptFile%,files,"%ScriptDir%"


It doesn't make a lot of sense, to create a file and then delete it in the next line, I think...

greetings,
Achim

Edited by honker, 15 August 2011 - 01:21 AM.


#135 Holger

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Posted 24 April 2012 - 01:27 AM

Is there any way you can use PENetwork in a normal installed Windows XP SP3 and more important, can you use profiles and have PENetwork start before Windows is booted?
What I mean is, normally inside PE environment, you can have the option to load PENetwork (or PENetCfg also) during HwPnP detection and it will load a certain profile (user can even choose) and allow those values be set/changed for the NIC and the OS (for example Computer Name).
Doing this before the boot is completed has major advantages as some changes or settings need a reboot.

Can anyone say if they have any experience with this, or am I just taking the difficult road and is PENetwork not the tool to use with a normal Windows XP SP3 installation?
If so, how can I approach this another way?

All help is welcomed!! :good:


As I wrote: please do not discuss this here.
PENM is for using under WindowsPE only.
Thanks.

#136 addy

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 08:07 AM

hi
holger :D
i m having problem using internet :cold: as i have to connect using a broadband connection that requires a username and password (type of connection PPPoE) [i know it suc*s :cold: ] i see no option in PE network manager for such a connection
any help in this regard ll b highly appreciated :good: thnks in advance

#137 MedEvil

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Posted 04 September 2012 - 02:55 PM

Use one of the dialup scripts, whichever fits with your project.

:cheers:




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