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Old 01-07-2010, 04:00 AM
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Never mind!

I figured out that you can just type in a new category in the category text field.
nelsonm,

You really need to go and download the following:

windows Updates Downloader

Then, integrate them into your nLite iso image

Of course, you can keep the downloads ready for deployment too either by hand or by WSUS..

IMHO, keep the the utilities a utility kit..

HTH,

Kent
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Default Tech toolkit update - Help requested.

Although have not nearly the skills of many on this forum, I have been working on the techtoolkit for a few days now, updating and correcting the download links and adding some tools that have been winners in the past 6 months.

And it looks like ComboFix is back online and available.

I might need some help tightening up the project before I release it to the TN masses. Anyone want to lend a hand with the Ketarin variables?
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Old 01-27-2010, 11:32 PM
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I don't know if its much help but here's my current ketarin list:

http://www.grubber.dreamhosters.com/toolkit_list.xml
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I don't know if its much help but here's my current ketarin list:
Importing this XML file to Ketarin doesn't work, I get an error. It's of a different format, it looks like.

I think a great feature would be to integrate a FTP option, whereby we could configure some FTP settings in a small gui or even in a text file, use a command line to upload programs to FTP afterward. That way we could have access to some of our tools with or without the flash drive.

[update]
Theres a tiny program called FTPSync which I just found that looks very promising. cyberkiko.com/page/FTPSync.aspx

Code:
[Source]
Server=localhost
User=SomeUser1
Pass=UsersPassword1
Dir=/dir1/
Type=M
TimeOut=60
ExcludeDir=_*
ExcludeFile=_*;*.log
Case=Sensitive

[Destination]
Server=ftp.someserver.com
User=SomeUser2
Pass=UsersPassword2
Dir=/dir2/
Type=M
TimeOut=60
So you could sync two folders and we could chose to exclude large files somehow with parameters (like 50mb AV update or w.e).
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Old 01-28-2010, 10:38 PM
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I think i may have uploaded the wrong type.

Also i have the ketarin folder in a different location to most so that may be affecting people as well.

http://www.grubber.dreamhosters.com/...t_template.xml

In regards to the ftp suggestion, i do something like this with my keepass database and key. I have the portable version and i have a couple of basic batch scripts to upload and download the lot to my ftp server. I have the basic set stored on email so if i am ever somewhere without my keepass memory stick, i can logon to email, download my scripts and then update the installation with the latest password database from my ftp server.
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