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Use any of the following methods to add applications to your installation:
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Cmdlines.txt, to add applications during the GUI mode of Setup. Customized answer files. For example, customize the [GuiRunOnce] section of the answer file to install applications when the user logs on for the first time.
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Application installation programs. Batch files. Windows Installer Service.
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Using Cmdlines.txt The Cmdlines.txt file contains the commands that GUI mode runs when installing optional components, such as applications that must be installed immediately after Windows XP Professional installation. If you plan to use Cmdlines.txt, place it in the \$OEM$ folder of the distribution folder. If you are using Sysprep, place Cmdlines.txt in the \$OEM$\$1\Sysprep\$oem$ folder. Use Cmdlines.txt under the following circumstances:
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You are installing from the \$OEM$ folder of the distribution folder. The application that you are installing:
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Does not configure itself for multiple users (for example, Microsoft Office 95) Is designed to be installed by one user and to replicate user-specific information
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The section and keys for Cmdlines.txt are shown in the following example:
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[Commands] "Command_1" "Command_2" . . "Command_x"
Keys are defined as follows:
Command_1 , Command_2 , and Command_x refer to the commands that you want to run (and the order in which you want to run them) when GUI mode calls Cmdlines.txt. Note that all commands must be within quotation marks.
When you use Cmdlines.txt, be aware of the following:
When the commands in Cmdlines.txt are carried out during setup, there is no logged-on user and there is no guaranteed network connectivity. Therefore, user-specific information is written to the default user registry, and all users receive that information. Cmdlines.txt requires that you place the files that you must have to run an application or tool in directories that you can access during the setup process. This means that the files must be on the hard disk.
Automating and Customizing Installations
Applications that can be installed by using Windows Installer Service cannot be added by using Cmdlines.txt.
To specify a Cmdlines.txt file during the MiniSetup portion of Sysprep 1. Create a Sysprep.inf file to be used by Sysprep. This is a requirement and cannot be bypassed. The Sysprep.inf file must be named Sysprep.inf and must be located in the Sysprep folder on the root of the volume that contains the folder %systemroot%. 2. Place the following statement in the [Unattended] section of the Sysprep.inf file:
InstallFilesPath = drive:\path
In the preceding example, path is any folder you want to use. It is recommended that you use drive as the volume containing the %systemroot% folder. 3. Create the folder drive:\path. You can use any folder name, but it must match the location that you specified in Sysprep.inf. 4. In the drive:\path folder, create a folder named $oem$, and then place the Cmdlines.txt file in this folder. This file is processed at the end of MiniSetup, before saving any settings. Using the [GuiRunOnce] section of the answer file The [GuiRunOnce] section of the answer file contains a list of commands that run the first time a user logs on to the computer after Setup has run. To configure the application installation program so that it starts automatically, you can add the statement shown in the following example to the [GuiRunOnce] section of the answer file:
[GuiRunOnce] "%systemdrive%\appfolder\appinstall -quiet"
If you plan to use the [GuiRunOnce] section to initiate an installation, consider the following additional factors: If an application forces a restart, determine how to suppress the restart. This is important because any time the system restarts, all previous entries in the [GuiRunOnce] section are lost. If the system restarts before completing entries previously listed in the [GuiRunOnce] section, the remaining items are not run. If there is no way within the application to suppress a restart, you can try to repackage the application into a Windows Installer package. Third-party products are available to provide this functionality. Windows XP Professional contains Iexpress.exe. You can use Iexpress.exe to package .inf files into executable files. These executable files can then be included in either Cmdlines.txt or [GuiRunOnce].