SYSOCMGR Unattend question

Discussion in 'Server Setup' started by Gavin Garley, Dec 15, 2003.

  1. Gavin Garley

    Gavin Garley Guest

    Is there a complete listing of what options can be add/removed via sysocmgr
    unattend.txt? I can only find bits and pieces here and there.

    I need to remove IIS and install TServices in remote admin mode , but I
    would like to see what other items could be manipulated at the same time
    while I'm at it.

    Thanks,
    Gavin D. Garley
     
    Gavin Garley, Dec 15, 2003
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  2. Hello Gavin,
    See the following article:
    http://support.microsoft.com/?id=222444
    This points to the unattended sections that are parsed which are documented
    in the ref.chm located in the deploy.cab on the product cd.
    Thanks,
    Darrell Gorter[MSFT]

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    | Is there a complete listing of what options can be add/removed via
    sysocmgr
    | unattend.txt? I can only find bits and pieces here and there.
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    | I need to remove IIS and install TServices in remote admin mode , but I
    | would like to see what other items could be manipulated at the same time
    | while I'm at it.
    |
    | Thanks,
    | Gavin D. Garley
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    Darrell Gorter[MSFT], Dec 15, 2003
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  3. These are some of the ones I've scrounged up (this is simply copied and
    pasted from a sysocmgr answer file I've used):

    ;Used by sysocmgr.exe
    [Components]
    AccessOpt=Off
    appsrv_console=Off
    aspnet=Off
    AutoUpdate=On
    BitsServerExtensionsISAPI=Off
    BitsServerExtensionsManager=Off
    Calc=On
    certsrv=Off
    certsrv_client=Off
    certsrv_server=Off
    charmap=On
    chat=Off
    clipbook=Off
    cluster=Off
    complusnetwork=Off
    deskpaper=Off
    dialer=Off
    dtcnetwork=Off
    fax=Off
    fp_extensions=Off
    fp_vdir_deploy=Off
    freecell=Off
    hearts=Off
    hypertrm=Off
    IEAccess=Off
    iis_asp=Off
    iis_common=Off
    iis_ftp=Off
    iis_inetmgr=Off
    iis_internetdataconnector=Off
    iis_nntp=Off
    iis_serversideincludes=Off
    iis_smtp=Off
    iis_webadmin=Off
    iis_webdav=Off
    iis_www=Off
    iis_www_vdir_scripts=Off
    indexsrv_system=Off
    licenseserver=Off
    media_clips=Off
    media_utopia=Off
    minesweeper=Off
    mousepoint=Off
    msmq_ADIntegrated=Off
    msmq_core=Off
    msmq_HTTPSupport=Off
    msmq_LocalStorage=Off
    msmq_MQDSService=Off
    msmq_RoutingSupport=Off
    msmq_TriggersService=Off
    msnexplr=Off
    mswordpad=Off
    netcis=Off
    netoc=Off
    objectpkg=Off
    OEAccess=Off
    paint=Off
    pinball=Off
    Pop3Admin=Off
    Pop3Service=Off
    Pop3Srv=Off
    rec=Off
    reminst=Off
    rootautoupdate=On
    rstorage=Off
    solitaire=Off
    spider=Off
    templates=Off
    TerminalServer=On
    TSWebClient=On
    vol=On
    WBEMSNMP=Off
    WMAccess=Off
    WMPOCM=Off
    wms=Off
    wms_admin_asp=Off
    wms_admin_mmc=Off
    wms_isapi=Off
    wms_server=Off
    zonegames=Off
    OEAccess=Off
    WMAccess=Off

    Let me know if you can't figure out what any of them are.

    Laura Robinson
     
    Laura A. Robinson, Dec 15, 2003
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  4. circa Mon, 15 Dec 2003 18:48:39 -0500, in
    microsoft.public.windows.server.setup, Laura A. Robinson
    () said,
    P.S. I didn't include any of the things that you can use netoc=ON to
    install; post if you need those.

    Laura
     
    Laura A. Robinson, Dec 21, 2003
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