Anyone messed with this?

I am trying to modify so that it runs without the user having to start it the first time and get rid of the eula.
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I assume that you are asking about the Time Zone Fix required for Day Light Savings.
We produced a MSI that laid the Microsoft executables for Windows 2000 and Windows XP down in a folder. The executables were then executed relative the systems OS as follows:
Type = 3154
Source = Windows2000-KB928388-x86-ENU.EXE
Target = /quiet /passive /norestart
Condition = ( NOT Installed ) AND ( VersionNT =500 ) AND ( ServicePackLevel =4 ) AND ( KB928388_W2K =0 )

Type = 3154
Source =WindowsXP-KB928388-x86-ENU.exe
Target = /quiet /passive /norestart
Condition = ( NOT Installed ) AND ( VersionNT =501 ) AND ( ServicePackLevel =2 ) AND ( KB928388_WXP =0 )

The Switches above disable the EULA and allow the install to run totally silent. Naturally there is no remove for these Hot Fixes and the repair does nothing as the “KB928388_W2K” and “KB928388_WXP” are properties populated by a registry searches to that determine if the hot fixes have been installed.
These Search keys are as follows;
SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Windows XP\SP3\KB928388
SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Updates\Windows 2000\SP5\KB928388

Answered 06/08/2007 by: Robo Scripter
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