I have an issue with account lockout and the maximum concurrent conections on workstations...I have a patch that will run and replace the TCPIP.SYS file. This changes the maximum concurrent conections from 10 to 50. Replacing this file triggers the Windows File Protection warning and you have to select cancel for the change to work. Has anyone over packaged anything like this? Like I said, I have an exe that changes the file, a cmd prompt appears and asks you if you want to change from 10 to 50, you enter Y and the change is made. Then the WFP warning appears, you select cancel. Done. Would AUTOIT work?
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An AutoIT Script could definitely be a way to distribute something like this.
However I'd prefer to install this silently (if possible in any way).
Have you tried "yourfile.exe /?" to check for command line options (like /s for silent install)?
If it is a microsoft patch, I'm pretty sure that there are some command line switches.

Good luck

Answered 12/28/2006 by: rpfenninger
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