How we can skip some of the screens while in setup capture which are not necessary to attend?
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Hi Vamshi:

Do one thing goto C:\windows or winnnt whichever is applicable browse to WinPSSC.ini file at the end of the file mark on entry :

HideMethodPage=1

save the ini and run setup capture I hope this would help.
Answered 08/24/2005 by: wiseapp
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Thanks a lot its working very good......
Answered 08/24/2005 by: vamshidharr
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Just keep in mind that I've encountered several apps where modifying the settings you are hiding was essential in obtaining a valid capture. Hiding that configuration screen can cost you a lot of troubleshooting time, much more than the time it takes to click <OK> if the default settings are good.
Answered 08/24/2005 by: VikingLoki
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hi viking ,

thanks a lot for giving your suggestion, but my kind of question is while using the setupcatpure , iam using the option-Use snapshot technology in conjunction with smartmonitor, if i have selected this primarly then there is no need to select and press then next button agian in the setupMethodology so for this ,is there any correct solution for skipping the screen though there are default settings .Please reply me..
Answered 08/24/2005 by: vamshidharr
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Yes, there is a need! Smartmonitor is NOT perfect and neither are snapshot differences. There are applications whose install confuses the heck out of Smartmonitor and Snapshots don't always find everything that goes on (and sometimes finds extra irrelevant things as well). If you encounter one of these apps, you will spend a lot of time trying to make sense of it when all that needs to be done is switch to Snapshot only or Smartmonitor only to get a significantly better capture.

It doesn't happen often, but when it does you really need the perspective of an alternative capture method. Also being able to use the Settings button is also essential, especially when dealing with unusual ODBC entries, files in root, hardware registry, etc. There are a number of things not monitored normally to keep from capturing extraneous data, but for a small percentage of apps it isn't extraneous. That's why the configuration option exists, to handle these special cases.
Answered 08/24/2005 by: VikingLoki
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