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Car Questions Answered. Windows 2000/XP SP Slipstreaming. By Daniel Petri - January 8, 2009 Windows 2000/XP/2003 SP Slipstreaming How can I slipstream service packs into the Windows 2000, Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 media?

Windows 2000/XP SP Slipstreaming

This scenario explains how to create an integrated installation of Windows 2000 or Windows XP and the corresponding service pack in a shared distribution folder on a network. This integration is called "Slipstreaming". The integrated process installs the service pack during Windows 2000/XP Setup, so when the setup process is done, you'll have the OS + SP in one operation. Lamer Note: This explanation is based upon usage of Windows 2000 and SP4, but will also work for any SP and either Windows 2000 or Windows XP (of course you must use the correct SP... don't try to install SP1 or SP2 for Windows XP on a Windows 2000 installation...

The Slipstreaming process Prerequisites Before we begin anything, you'll need to have a few things: Download Windows 2000 SP4 (129mb) Download Windows XP SP2 (266mb) mkdir D:\Win2000\i386 Run WinISO. Booru Webcam 2.0 Manual. Booru Webcam 2.0 will help you capture images from your webcam.

Booru Webcam 2.0 Manual

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In this column we continue our series on Web services.

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In Part I, we introduced you to this hot topic. We explained some nomenclature related to Web services, the motivation behind them, their benefits, and tips on how to find them on the Internet. In this column, we focus on how to call Web services. We'll show you first the preparations you need to do. We'll teach you which behaviors you need to attach, and how to load the Web services you are interested in. Web Services, Part I: Introduction - Doc JavaScript - In this column we embark on a new series on Web services.

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Web services are expected to revolutionize our life in much the same way as the Internet has during the past decade or so. Web services provide a common protocol that Web applications can use to connect to each other over the Internet. The main advantage of Web services is that they are based on industry standards. The services are described in XML and are communicated over the existing HTTP infrastructure. The union of XML and HTTP forms one of the new industry buzz words: Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP). You can write and call Web services in almost any language: VC++, C#, VB, Java, and JavaScript. In this column you will learn: Next: Web services justification Produced by Yehuda Shiran and Tomer ShiranAll Rights Reserved. URL: XYNTService open source admin tool for Windows. Windows XP Services.