vLite 1.2 Final

2008.09.12 by nuhi
Not much changes since RC but here is the final version. Check the whole history for the full list of changes since the last final version.

vLite 1.2 RC

2008.08.04 by nuhi
Again a hefty list of updates and a few important fixes. Now lets just hunt for bugs to close this version.

vLite 1.2 Beta

2008.06.09 by nuhi
Many new components and a fix that may help to some of you with the logon loop on applying settings with the SP1.
If you needed MDAC to activate now you can remove it without issues.
And includes long awaited Services Configuration.

vLite 1.1.6 Final

2008.05.05 by nuhi
Even though it was RC I could not resist adding some new components, also a couple of fixes.
All removed (with extreme, 32-bit Ultimate) makes a new record: ISO 321MB, Windows folder 670MB.

vLite 1.1.6 RC

2008.04.14 by nuhi
Few new components and an important fix. It was crashing during processing for some.
This one should also be a little faster during removals and 'Applying changes'.

vLite 1.1.6 beta 2

2008.03.31 by nuhi
Here is the fixed version. Besides few fixes there are 2 components, WLAN and Firewall that are really tied into the Slipstreamed SP1 finalization routines so they are hidden as of now, but only when configuring slipstreamed image, others don't have that limit. Will fix that eventually, but for now those two issues (loop and blank features) are solved.

Update: here is a small guide until the Slipstream page is more user friendly.

vLite 1.1.6 beta - SP Slipstream

2008.03.28 by nuhi
Oho, another version. Service Pack Slipstream support. Consider that feature a true beta test.
vLite had a hidden Slipstream page since the service pack betas so this was not so hard to adjust. You can see it by running older vLite with /sptest switch.
However it stopped working on the final SP1 when MS locked it down.
So this version should work again. Try this latest one and let me know of any issues with the Slipstream.
Of course it is always better to either capture or get a preintegrated DVD because MS said that integrating is not recommended before SP2 is out.

Important notes:
- slipstreaming x64 SP from x86 host is not supported, you need x64 host
- make sure that you have at least 4GB free at the partition where your temp folder is located (check in Options)
- SP1 supports only these 5 langauges for now: English (US), French, German, Japanese, or Spanish (Traditional).

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