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How do I make a custom script for updates?


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#1 Makaiton

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Posted 14 February 2009 - 02:37 AM

Through my adventures here, I've come to conclude that protecting the many computers that are in this building, I need to start employing Windows Steadystate.

And that's great, because it does everything I really need it to do. However, if I am to activate Disk Protection (where every change made is deleted upon a reboot), I can't get Avast! Antivirus to update.

I know that the simple solution is to write a custom update script for Avast! so that Steadystate will acknowledge that Avast! is allowed to retain all updates...but I don't have the first clue about how to do this.

I don't want anyone to write a script for me. I just want to know how I'm supposed to do this and maybe get a little help in doing it along the way.
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