XPe Image problem


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Nick Gage

I hope someone can help me out here. I have built an image and reduced the
footprint by using the steps in the how to document on MSDN site. Here's my
problem. When I try to do anything that uses TCP/IP I get an error message
that says:

The procedure entry point iphlpapi.IcmpSendEcho could not be located in the
dynamic Link Library ICMP.dll.

I checked the image and ICMP.DLL exists in the image. I went back to the
target designer and turned the auto -dependency checker back on and ran it.
It actually removed 3 components.

The services that my company produces depends on TCP/IP, so until I get this
issue resolved, we are pretty much at a standstill on this project.

Does anyone have any ideas how I can fix this problem?

Thanks!

Nick
 
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Nick Gage

I have completely rebuilt the image from scratch and I am getting the same
thing.

I have the following TCP/IP Components.

TCP/IP ARP Command
TCP/IP NetStat Command
TCP/IP Networking
TCP/IP Networking Client for MS Network
TCP/IP PathPing Command
TCP/IP Utilities
Basic TCP/IP Networking


Thanks!

Nick
 
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Nick Gage

Thanks for all the help. I have figured out what is happening here. Let me
explain a little of the background and then I will share my solution.

My company has a number of NTW4 systems in the field. We have decided to
upgrade them to XPE. We are going to XPE because it is based on XP pro,
because of the licensing ecoonomics and because it will do what we need it
to do without all the over head of XP Pro. We are trying to migrate system
setting and applicatin setting over from the old NT4 systems to XPE. One of
the things we were trying to migrate over were the IP settings. I wrote
some VB code that would get all the IP Address information from the NT4
installation and then insert it into the XPE installation. It was this
insertion of the IP address info that was causing the problem.

What I finally figured out was I could take the IP address info and script a
call with Netsh to set the address info without all the problems.

Thanks for everyones help.

Nick
 

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