Now you can control just about every aspect of the integrator from a batch file. for detailed information check out this thread:
There will be more parameters added as well.
The Second and Third Methods are no longer reccommended and are going to be phased out. So please start using the latest methods.
First off you will want to make a custom settings.ini file. This ini file can be named anything you like.
The easiest way to create it would be to make a batch file with this in it:
This will create your fresh new settings.ini file in the x:\RyanVM directory and open the gui window.RVM_Integrator_v1.0RC13.exe "X:\RyanVM\settings.ini"
Now just select all of the options that you will want to use. They will be saved in your settings.ini file.
When you are finished close the gui window and go back to your batch file and add this switch to the end: /integrate
It should now look like this:
Execute the new batch file and you did it!RVM_Integrator_v1.0RC13.exe "X:\RyanVM\settings.ini" /integrate
Pretty simple huh?
**New for integrator v1.1**
With v1.1 of the integrator you can now compile an iso as well... so it would have been stupid not to have created a way to unattendedly create an iso.
It is very simple. It uses a new switch:
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RVM_Integrator_v1.1.exe "X:\RyanVM\settings.ini" /iso
If you want to Integrate RyanVM's update packs 100% unattended all you need to do is create a batch file.
Inside of the Batch file you will need to put something like this:
To break it down I color coded each section.C:\RyanVM\RVM_Integrator_v1.0RC8.exe /u "C:\MYXP DISK" "C:\RyanVM Cabs\RVMUpdatePack1.3.1.cab" "C:\RyanVM Cabs\RVMAddonsWMP10_1.0.cab"
1. The first section (In White) represents the path and file to execute. In this case it is the RVM_Integrator_v1.0RC8.exe
If the path contains any spaces in it you must put quotation marks at the beginning of the path and at the end of the file name.
2. The second section (In Sky Blue) represents the unattend switch. This must be /u or /U (You can put quotes around it as well... but you don't need to.)
*New in v1.0 RC13*
You can now use /u:NoCats instead of /u if you want to turn off Windows File Protection and stop the integrator from integrating some of the cat files.
3. The third section (In Orange) Represents the path to the directory containing the I386 directory you wish to integrate.
4. The fourth section (In Yellow) represents the path and filename of the RVM_Update*.cab file you wish to use. (Again make sure you use Quotes if your path contains any spaces.)
5. The fifth and final section (In Lime Green) represents the path and RVM_Addon*.cab file(s) you will be using. If you wish to use more than one Addon then make sure all of the addons reside in the same directory. If you are using 2 addon packs the fifth section would look simular to this...
Make sure you look at the above example very carefully. Each Addon.cab file has a | (Pole) in front of it to seperate each Addon.cab. Also the path does not have a \ (Backslash) at the end of it."C:\RyanVM|RVMAddonsWMP10_1.0.cab|RVMAddonsFull_1.0.cab"
The easiest way to make sure you are getting your syntax correct would be to open the exe file itself, browse to the files and select them. In the inputbox just copy the text and paste it into your batch file.
You can now have a source and destination as well. Just in case you want to leave your source files untouched.
C:\RyanVM\RVM_Integrator_v1.0RC8.exe /u:NoCats "C:\MYXP DISK" "C:\MYXP DESTINATION" "C:\RyanVM Cabs\RVMUpdatePack1.3.1.cab" "C:\RyanVM Cabs|RVMAddonsWMP10_1.0.cab|Kel_Royale_Addons_3.cab"