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[Components] (Winbom)

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

[Components]

The [Components] section contains entries for installing the optional components of Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003.

Answer File Entries for the [Components] Section

 

Entry Description

AccessOpt

Specifies whether to install the Accessibility Wizard.

AppSrv_Console

Specifies whether to install the Application Server Console.

AspNet

Specifies whether to install ASP.NET.

BitsServerExtensionsISAPI

Specifies whether to install Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) for Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) server extensions on client computers.

BitsServerExtensionsManager

Specifies whether to install the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, administrative Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) extensions for BITS server extensions.

Calc

Specifies whether to install the Calculator feature.

CertSrv

Specifies whether to install the Certificate Services components.

CertSrv_Client

Specifies whether to install the Web client components of Certificate Services.

CertSrv_Server

Specifies whether to install the server components of the Certificate Services feature for the Windows Server 2003 only.

CharMap

Specifies whether to install the Character Map feature that inserts symbols and characters into documents.

Chat

Specifies whether to install the Chat feature.

Clipbook

Specifies whether to install Clipboard Viewer.

Cluster

Specifies whether to install the Cluster service.

ComPlusNetwork

Specifies whether to install the Enable network COM+ access component.

DeskPaper

Specifies whether to install a desktop background on the computer desktop.

Dialer

Specifies whether to install the Phone Dialer feature.

DTCNetwork

Specifies whether to enable Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) network access.

Fax

Specifies whether to install Fax Services.

FP_Extensions

Specifies whether to install FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions.

FP_VDir_Deploy

Specifies whether to install Visual InterDev RAD Remote Deployment Support.

Freecell

Specifies whether to install the Freecell game.

Hearts

Specifies whether to install the Hearts game.

HyperTrm

Specifies whether to install the HyperTerminal feature.

IEAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Internet Explorer.

IEHardenAdmin

Specifies whether to install Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration for the Administrator group.

IEHardenUser

Specifies whether to install Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration for the Users group.

IIS_Asp

Specifies whether to install Active Server Pages for Internet Information Services (IIS).

IIS_Common

Specifies whether to install the common set of files required by IIS.

IIS_FTP

Specifies whether to install the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service.

IIS_InetMgr

Specifies whether to install MMC-based administration tools for IIS.

IIS_InternetDataConnector

Specifies whether to install the Internet Data Connector.

IIS_NNTP

Specifies whether to install the Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) service for Windows Server 2003.

IIS_ServerSideIncludes

Specifies whether to install Server-Side Includes.

IIS_SMTP

Specifies whether to install the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service for Windows Server 2003.

IIS_WebDav

Specifies whether to install WebDAV Publishing.

IIS_WWW

Specifies whether to install the World Wide Web Service.

IndexSrv_System

Specifies whether to install the Indexing Service files.

InetPrint

Specifies whether to install Internet Printing.

LicenseServer

Specifies whether to turn Terminal Services licensing on.

Media_Clips

Specifies whether to install sample sound clips.

Media_Utopia

Specifies whether to install the Utopia Sound Scheme.

Minesweeper

Specifies whether to install the Minesweeper game.

MousePoint

Specifies whether to install all the available mouse pointers distributed with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_ADIntegrated

Specifies whether to integrate Message Queuing (also known as MSMQ) with Active Directory if the computer belongs to a domain.

MSMQ_Core

Specifies whether to set up the Message Queuing components and provide functionality for any dependent clients.

MSMQ_HTTPSupport

Specifies whether to enable the sending and receiving of messages by using the HTTP protocol.

MSMQ_LocalStorage

Specifies whether to store messages locally, so that the computer can send and receive messages even when not connected to a network.

MSMQ_MQDSService

Specifies whether to provide access to Active Directory and site recognition for downstream clients.

MSMQ_RoutingSupport

Specifies whether to provide efficient routing.

MSMQ_TriggersService

Specifies whether to associate the arrival of incoming messages at a queue with functionality in a COM component or a stand-alone executable program.

MSNExplr

Specifies whether to install MSN Explorer.

MSWordpad

Specifies whether to install the WordPad feature.

NetCIS

Specifies whether to install Microsoft COM Internet Services.

NetOC

Specifies whether to install additional optional networking components.

ObjectPkg

Specifies whether to install the Object Packager feature (packager.exe).

OEAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Outlook Express.

Paint

Specifies whether to install Microsoft Paint. .

Pinball

Specifies whether to install the Pinball game.

Pop3Admin

Specifies whether to install the optional Web Interface for Remote Administration.

Pop3Service

Specifies whether to install the main POP3 service.

Pop3Srv

Specifies whether to install the root POP3 component.

Rec

Specifies whether to install the Sound Recorder feature.

RemInst

Specifies whether to install Remote Installation Services (RIS), which enables you to install an operating system remotely onto a computer with either a new PXE-based remote boot read-only memory (ROM) or a network card supported by the remote installation boot floppy disk.

RootAutoUpdate

Specifies whether to turn on the Optional Components Manager (OCM) Update Root Certificates.

RStorage

Specifies whether to install the Remote Storage feature that enables the use of tape libraries as extensions of NTFS file system volumes.

SAKit_Web

Specifies whether to install the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack.

Solitaire

Specifies whether to install the Solitaire game.

Spider

Specifies whether to install the Spider Solitaire game.

Templates

Specifies whether to install Document Templates.

TerminalServer

Specifies whether to install Terminal Server (Terminal Services for multiple users).

TSWebClient

Specifies whether to install the ActiveX control and sample pages for hosting Terminal Services client connections over the Web.

UDDIAdmin

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Administration feature on the computer.

UDDIDatabase

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Database feature on the computer.

UDDIWeb

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Web service feature on the computer.

Vol

Specifies whether to install the Volume Control feature.

WbemMSI

Specifies whether to install the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Windows installer provider.

WMAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Windows Messenger.

WMPOCM

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Microsoft Windows Media Player.

WMS

Specifies whether to install the core Windows Media Server components.

WMS_Admin_Asp

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services Web-based administrative components.

WMS_Admin_MMC

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services MMC-based administrative components.

WMS_ISAPI

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services Multicast and Advertisement Logging Agent components.

WMS_Server

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services server components.

ZoneGames

Specifies whether to install the Microsoft Gaming Zone Internet games.

AccessOpt

Specifies whether to install the Accessibility Wizard.

Syntax

                ValidityPeriodUnits = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Accessibility Wizard.

Off

Does not install the Accessibility Wizard.

Example
[Components]
AccessOpt = Off
Comments

The default value is On.

AppSrv_Console

Specifies whether to install the Application Server Console.

Syntax

                AppSrv_Console = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Application Server Console.

Off

Does not install the Application Server Console.

Example
[Components]
AppSrv_Console = Off
Comments

The default value is On.

AspNet

Specifies whether to install ASP.NET.

Syntax

                AspNet = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs ASP.NET.

Off

Does not install ASP.NET.

Example
[Components]
AspNet = Off
Comments

The default value is Off.

BitsServerExtensionsISAPI

Specifies whether to install Internet Server Application Programming Interface (ISAPI) for Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS) server extensions on client computers.

BITS provides two very useful features to the client:

  • Automatically adjusts the amount of network bandwidth used to make sure all other foreground applications use up all the bandwidth they need, then BITS uses up the rest.

  • Automatically continues a file transfer if the download (or upload) was interrupted by a computer restart or an unplugged network cable.

Syntax

                BitsServerExtensionsISAPI = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs ISAPI for BITS server extensions on client computers.

Off

Does not install ISAPI for BITS server extensions on client computers.

Example
[Components]
BitsServerExtensionsISAPI = Off
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry requires BITSServerExtensionsManager = On and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

BitsServerExtensionsManager

Specifies whether to install the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in, administrative Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), and Active Directory Service Interfaces (ADSI) extensions for BITS server extensions.

Syntax

                BitsServerExtensionsManager = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs MMC snap-in, administrative APIs, and ADSI extensions for BITS server extensions.

Off

Does not install MMC snap-in, administrative APIs, and ADSI extensions for BITS server extensions.

Example
[Components]
BitsServerExtensionsManager = Off
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry requires IIS_InetMgr = On in the [Components] section.

Calc

Specifies whether to install the Calculator feature.

Syntax

                Calc = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Calculator feature.

Off

Does not install the Calculator feature.

Example
[Components]
Calc = Off
Comments

The default value is On.

CertSrv

Specifies whether to install the Certificate Services components.

Syntax

                CertSrv = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Certificate Services components.

Off

Does not install the Certificate Services components.

Example
[Components]
CertSrv = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

CertSrv_Client

Specifies whether to install the Web client components of Certificate Services.

Syntax

                CertSrv_Client = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Web client components of Certificate Services.

Off

Does not install the Web client components of Certificate Services.

Example
[Components]
CertSrv_Client = On
Comments

The default value is Off. These components enable you to publish Web pages on your server for submitting and requesting certificates from a CA. You must specify options for the Web client services in the [Certsrv_Client] section.

CertSrv_Server

Specifies whether to install the server components of the Certificate Services feature.

Syntax

                CertSrv_Server = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the server components of the Certificate Services feature.

Off

Does not install the server components of the Certificate Services feature.

Example
[Components]
CertSrv_Server = On
Comments

The default value is Off. These components enable you to create a CA on your server for issuing digital certificates. When CertSrv_Server is set to On, the CertSrv_Client entry must also be set to On. You must specify options for the server services in the [Certsrv_Server] section.

CharMap

Specifies whether to install the Character Map feature that inserts symbols and characters into documents.

Syntax

                CharMap = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Character Map feature.

Off

Does not install the Character Map feature.

Example
[Components]
CharMap = On
Comments

The default value is On.

Chat

Specifies whether to install the Chat feature.

Syntax

                Chat = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Chat feature.

Off

Does not install the Chat feature.

Example
[Components]
Chat = On
Comments

The default value is Off

Clipbook

Specifies whether to install Clipboard Viewer.

Syntax

                Clipbook = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Clipboard Viewer.

Off

Does not install Clipboard Viewer.

Example
[Components]
Clipbook = On
Comments

The default value is On.

Cluster

Specifies whether to install the Cluster service.

Syntax

                Cluster = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Cluster service.

Off

Does not install the Cluster service.

Example
[Components]
Cluster = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

ComPlusNetwork

Specifies whether to install the Enable network COM+ access component.

Syntax

                ComPlusNetwork = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Enable network COM+ access component.

Off

Does not install the Enable network COM+ access component.

Example
[Components]
ComPlusNetwork = On
Comments

The default value is On.

DeskPaper

Specifies whether to install a desktop background on the computer desktop.

Syntax

                DeskPaper = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs a desktop background on the computer desktop.

Off

Does not install a desktop background on the computer desktop.

Example
[Components]
DeskPaper = On
Comments

The default value is On. If you use the entry DeskPaper = Off, only the standard background bitmaps are not installed. Background files for the Active Desktop interface are not affected and are still installed.

Dialer

Specifies whether to install the Phone Dialer feature.

Syntax

                Dialer = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Phone Dialer feature only if modem is detected.

Off

Does not install the Phone Dialer feature.

Example
[Components]
Dialer = On
Comments

The default value is On. If you use the entry Dialer = On and a modem is not present, the Phone Dialer feature is not installed.

DTCNetwork

Specifies whether to enable Microsoft Distributed Transaction Coordinator (DTC) network access.

Syntax

                DTCNetwork = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Enables Microsoft DTC network access.

Off

Does not enable Microsoft DTC network access.

Example
[Components]
DTCNetwork = On
Comments

The default value is On.

Fax

Specifies whether to install Fax Services.

Syntax

                Fax = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Fax Services.

Off

Does not install Fax Services.

Example
[Components]
Fax = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires that you also include the parameters for the [Fax] section in this installation.

FP_Extensions

Specifies whether to install FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions.

Syntax

                FP_Extensions = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions.

Off

Does not install FrontPage 2002 Server Extensions.

Example
[Components]
FP_Extensions = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

FP_VDir_Deploy

Specifies whether to install Visual InterDev RAD Remote Deployment Support.

Syntax

                FP_VDir_Deploy = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Visual InterDev RAD Remote Deployment Support.

Off

Does not install Visual InterDev RAD Remote Deployment Support.

Example
[Components]
FP_VDir_Deploy = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

Freecell

Specifies whether to install the Freecell game.

Syntax

                Freecell = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Freecell game.

Off

Does not install the Freecell game.

Example
[Components]
Freecell = On
Comments

The default value is On. This entry is not available on Windows Server 2003.

Hearts

Specifies whether to install the Hearts game.

Syntax

                Hearts = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Hearts game.

Off

Does not install the Hearts game.

Example
[Components]
Hearts = On
Comments

The default value is On. This entry is not available on Windows Server 2003.

HyperTrm

Specifies whether to install the HyperTerminal feature.

Syntax

                HyperTrm = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the HyperTerminal feature.

Off

Does not install the HyperTerminal feature.

Example
[Components]
HyperTrm = On
Comments

The default value for Windows XP is On. The default value for Windows Server 2003 is Off.

IEAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Internet Explorer.

Syntax

                IEAccess = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs visible entry points to Internet Explorer.

Off

Does not install visible entry points to Internet Explorer.

Example
[Components]
IEAccess = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. The IEAccess entry is not available for Windows Server 2003. This entry does not remove any Windows code, including any Internet Explorer code, other than the visible entry points. Various Windows components and non-Microsoft applications rely upon Internet Explorer code.

IEAccess has no effect on Internet Explorer branding or the configuration of Internet settings.

You must use the entry IEAccess = Off and then install a different Internet Explorer installation package on the computer, so that the user can see the Internet Explorer visible entry points. Other forms of subsequent Internet Explorer configuration (such as autoconfiguration of Internet settings) do not affect whether the Internet Explorer visible entry points are visible on the Windows desktop.

IEHardenAdmin

Specifies whether to install the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration for the Administrator group.

Syntax

                IEHardenAdmin = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Applies the Enhanced Security Configuration to members of the Administrators and Power Users groups.

Off

Does not apply the Enhanced Security Configuration to members of the Administrators and Power Users groups.

Example
[Components]
IEHardenAdmin = On
Comments

The default value is On.

IEHardenUser

Specifies whether to install the Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration for the Users group.

Syntax

                IEHardenUser = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Applies the Enhanced Security Configuration to members of the Restricted Users and Guests groups.

Off

Removes the Enhanced Security Configuration from members of the Restricted Users and Guests groups.

Example
[Components]
IEHardenAdmin = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

IIS_Asp

Specifies whether to install Active Server Pages for Internet Information Services (IIS).

Syntax

                IIS_Asp = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Active Server Pages.

Off

Does not install Active Server Pages.

Example
[Components]
IIS_Asp = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

IIS_Common

Specifies whether to install the common set of files required by IIS.

Syntax

                IIS_Common = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the common set of files required by IIS.

Off

Does not install the common set of files required by IIS.

Example
[Components]
IIS_Common = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003, Web Edition and Microsoft Small Business Server. The default value is Off for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition.

The following components require the IIS_Common entry:

  • All of the IIS components (IIS_FTP, IIS_InetMgr, IIS_NNTP, IIS_SMTP, and IIS_WWW)

  • FrontPage Extensions (FP_Extensions)

  • Indexing Service (IndexSrv_System)

  • Message Queuing (MSMQ_Core)

  • Windows Media Server Web-based administration tools (WMS_Admin_ASP)

  • Microsoft Exchange Server

  • Microsoft BackOffice Server

Any component that requires the IIS component will install it even if IIS_Common = Off.

Note

  • Windows XP Professional contains Internet Information Services 5.1. All editions of Windows Server 2003 contain Internet Information Services 6.0.

  • Windows XP Home Edition does not contain any Web server software components.

IIS_FTP

Specifies whether to install the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service.

Syntax

                IIS_FTP = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service.

Off

Does not install the File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service.

Example
[Components]
IIS_FTP = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry requires IIS_Common = On and IIS_InetMgr = On in the [Components] section. Use PathFTPRoot in the [InternetServer] section to change the default installation path for the FTP root.

IIS_InetMgr

Specifies whether to install MMC-based administration tools for IIS.

Syntax

                IIS_InetMgr = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs MMC-based administration tools for IIS.

Off

Does not install MMC-based administration tools for IIS.

Example
[Components]
IIS_InetMgr = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003, Web Edition and Microsoft Small Business Server. The default value is Off for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On in the [Components] section.

IIS_InternetDataConnector

Specifies whether to install the Internet Data Connector.

Syntax

                IIS_InternetDataConnector = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Internet Data Connector.

Off

Does not install the Internet Data Connector.

Example
[Components]
IIS_InternetDataConnector = On
Comments

The default value is On.

IIS_NNTP

Specifies whether to install the Network News Transfer Protocol (NNTP) service for Windows Server 2003.

Syntax

                IIS_NNTP = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the NNTP service for Windows Server 2003.

Off

Does not install the NNTP service for Windows Server 2003.

Example
[Components]
IIS_NNTP = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

IIS_ServerSideIncludes

Specifies whether to install the Server-Side Includes component, which is a subcomponent of the World Wide Web Service.

Syntax

                IIS_ServerSideIncludes = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Server-Side Includes component.

Off

Does not install the Server-Side Includes component.

Example
[Components]
IIS_ServerSideIncludes = On
Comments

The default value is On.

IIS_SMTP

Specifies whether to install the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) service for Windows Server 2003.

Syntax

                IIS_SMTP = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the SMTP service for Windows Server 2003.

Off

Does not install the SMTP service for Windows Server 2003.

Example
[Components]
IIS_SMTP = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003, Web Edition and Microsoft Small Business Server. The default value is Off for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

IIS_WebDav

Specifies whether to install the WebDAV Publishing subcomponent.

Syntax

                IIS_WebDav = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs WebDAV Publishing.

Off

Does not install WebDAV Publishing.

Example
[Components]
IIS_WebDav = On
Comments

The default value is On.

IIS_WWW

Specifies whether to install the World Wide Web Service.

Syntax

                IIS_WWW = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the World Wide Web Service.

Off

Does not install the World Wide Web Service.

Example
[Components]
IIS_WWW = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003, Web Edition and Microsoft Small Business Server. The default value is Off for Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Standard Edition, and Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On and IIS_InetMgr = On in the [Components] section.

You can use the PathWWWRoot entry in the [InternetServer] section to change the default installation path for the WWW root. The WWW root is created when you install the World Wide Web Service.

IndexSrv_System

Specifies whether to install the Indexing Service files.

Syntax

                IndexSrv_System = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Indexing Service files.

Off

Does not install the Indexing Service files.

Example
[Components]
IndexSrv_System = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003. The default value is Off for Windows XP Professional.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

InetPrint

Specifies whether to install Internet Printing.

Syntax

                InetPrint = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Internet Printing.

Off

Does not install Internet Printing.

Example
[Components]
InetPrint = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows Server 2003. The default value is Off for Windows XP Professional.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

LicenseServer

Specifies whether to turn Terminal Services licensing on.

Syntax

                LicenseServer = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Turns Terminal Services licensing on.

Off

Does not turn Terminal Services licensing on.

Example
[Components]
LicenseServer = On
Comments

You can run Terminal Services licensing on a domain controller or on a member server.

Media_Clips

Specifies whether to install sample sound clips.

Syntax

                Media_Clips = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs sample sound clips.

Off

Does not install sample sound clips.

Example
[Components]
Media_Clips = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. The default value is Off for Windows Server 2003.

Media_Utopia

Specifies whether to install the Utopia Sound Scheme.

Syntax

                Media_Utopia = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Utopia Sound Scheme.

Off

Does not install the Utopia Sound Scheme.

Example
[Components]
Media_Utopia = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

Minesweeper

Specifies whether to install the Minesweeper game.

Syntax

                Minesweeper = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Minesweeper game.

Off

Does not install the Minesweeper game.

Example
[Components]
Minesweeper = On
Comments

The default value is On.

This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

MousePoint

Specifies whether to install all the available mouse pointers distributed with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.

Syntax

                MousePoint = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs all the available mouse pointers distributed with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.

Off

Does not install all the available mouse pointers distributed with Windows XP or Windows Server 2003.

Example
[Components]
MousePoint = On
Comments

The default value is On.

MSMQ_ADIntegrated

Specifies whether to integrate Message Queuing (also known as MSMQ) with Active Directory if the computer belongs to a domain.

Syntax

                MSMQ_ADIntegrated = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Integrates Message Queuing with Active Directory if the computer belongs to a domain.

Off

Does not integrate Message Queuing with Active Directory if the computer belongs to a domain.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_ADIntegrated = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_LocalStorage = On in the [Components] section.

This entry is recommended for a minimal Message Queuing installation. It is for use only in unattended installations of Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_Core

Specifies whether to set up the Message Queuing components and provide functionality for any dependent clients.

Syntax

                MSMQ_Core = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Sets up the Message Queuing components.

Off

Does not set up the Message Queuing components.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_Core = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry is required for a minimal Message Queuing installation. It is for use only in unattended installations of Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_HTTPSupport

Specifies whether to enable the sending and receiving of messages by using the HTTP protocol.

Syntax

                MSMQ_HTTPSupport = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Enables the sending and receiving of messages by using the HTTP protocol.

Off

Does not enable the sending and receiving of messages by using the HTTP protocol.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_HTTPSupport = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_LocalStorage = On and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section. It is for use only in unattended installations of Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_LocalStorage

Specifies whether to store messages locally, so that the computer can send and receive messages even when not connected to a network.

Syntax

                MSMQ_LocalStorage = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Stores messages locally.

Off

Does not store messages locally.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_LocalStorage = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_Core = On in the [Components] section.

This entry is required for a minimal Message Queuing installation. It is for use only in unattended installations of Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_MQDSService

Specifies whether to provide access to Active Directory and site recognition for downstream clients.

Syntax

                MSMQ_MQDSService = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Provides access to Active Directory and site recognition for downstream clients.

Off

Does not provide access to Active Directory and site recognition for downstream clients.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_MQDSService = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_ADIntegrated = On in the [Components] section.

MSMQ_MQDSService is an advanced Message Queuing component that you can install only on Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_RoutingSupport

Specifies whether to provide efficient routing.

Syntax

                MSMQ_RoutingSupport = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Provides efficient routing.

Off

Does not provide efficient routing.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_RoutingSupport = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_ADIntegrated = On in the [Components] section.

MSMQ_RoutingSupport is an advanced Message Queuing component that you can install only on Windows Server 2003.

MSMQ_TriggersService

Specifies whether to associate the arrival of incoming messages at a queue with functionality in a COM component or a stand-alone executable program.

Syntax

                MSMQ_TriggersService = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Associates the arrival of incoming messages at a queue with functionality in a COM component or a stand-alone executable program.

Off

Does not associate the arrival of incoming messages at a queue with functionality in a COM component or a stand-alone executable program.

Example
[Components]
MSMQ_TriggersService = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires MSMQ_LocalStorage = On in the [Components] section. It is for use only in unattended installations of Windows Server 2003.

MSNExplr

Specifies whether to install MSN Explorer.

Syntax

                MSNExplr = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs MSN Explorer.

Off

Does not install MSN Explorer.

Example
[Components]
MSNExplr = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

If you use the entry MSNExplorer = Yes in your Winbom.ini, and MSN Explorer is available in Windows Welcome, you must use MSNExplr = On. Windows Welcome is the first-run experience on Windows XP.

MSWordpad

Specifies whether to install the WordPad feature.

Syntax

                MSWordpad = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the WordPad feature.

Off

Does not install the WordPad feature.

Example
[Components]
MSWordpad = On
Comments

The default value is On.

NetCIS

Specifies whether to install Microsoft COM Internet Services.

Syntax

                NetCIS = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Microsoft COM Internet Services.

Off

Does not install Microsoft COM Internet Services.

Example
[Components]
NetCIS = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

NetOC

Specifies whether to install additional optional networking components.

Syntax

                NetOC = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs additional optional networking components.

Off

Does not install additional optional networking components.

Example
[Components]
NetOC = On
Comments

The default value is On.

To modify the default components installed, see the section “[NetOptionalComponents].” If you use the entry NetOC = Off, the “[NetOptionalComponents]” section is ignored.

ObjectPkg

Specifies whether to install the Object Packager feature (packager.exe).

Syntax

                ObjectPkg = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Object Packager feature.

Off

Does not install the Object Packager feature.

Example
[Components]
ObjectPkg = On
Comments

The default value is On.

OEAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Outlook Express.

Syntax

                OEAccess = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs visible entry points to Outlook Express.

Off

Does not install visible entry points to Outlook Express.

Example
[Components]
OEAccess = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003. This entry does not remove any Windows code, including any Outlook Express code, other than the visible entry points.

Paint

Specifies whether to install Microsoft Paint.

Syntax

                Paint = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Microsoft Paint.

Off

Does not install Microsoft Paint.

Example
[Components]
Paint = On
Comments

The default value is On.

Pinball

Specifies whether to install the Pinball game.

Syntax

                Pinball = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Pinball game.

Off

Does not install the Pinball game.

Example
[Components]
Pinball = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

Pop3Admin

Specifies whether to install the optional Web Interface for Remote Administration.

Syntax

                Pop3Admin = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the optional Web Interface for Remote Administration.

Off

Does not install the optional Web Interface for Remote Administration.

Example
[Components]
Pop3Admin = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires the entry SAKit_Web = On in the [Components] section.

Pop3Service

Specifies whether to install the POP3 service.

Syntax

                Pop3Service = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the POP3 service.

Off

Does not install the POP3 service.

Example
[Components]
Pop3Service = On
Comments

The default value is On.

This entry requires IIS_SMTP = On in the [Components] section.

Pop3Srv

Specifies whether to install the root POP3 component.

Syntax

                Pop3Srv = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the root POP3 component.

Off

Does not install the root POP3 component.

Example
[Components]
Pop3Srv = On
Comments

The default value is On.

Rec

Specifies whether to install the Sound Recorder feature.

Syntax

                Rec = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Sound Recorder feature.

Off

Does not install the Sound Recorder feature.

Example
[Components]
Rec = On
Comments

The default value is On.

RemInst

Specifies whether to install Remote Installation Services (RIS), which enables you to install an operating system remotely onto a computer with either a new PXE-based remote boot read-only memory (ROM) or a network card supported by the remote installation boot floppy disk.

Syntax

                RemInst = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs RIS.

Off

Does not install RIS.

Example
[Components]
RemInst = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

RootAutoUpdate

Specifies whether to enable the Optional Components Manager (OCM) Update Root Certificates component.

Syntax

                RootAutoUpdate = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Enables the OCM Update Root Certificates.

Off

Does not enable the OCM Update Root Certificates.

Example
[Components]
RootAutoUpdate = On
Comments

The default value is On.

RStorage

Specifies whether to install the Remote Storage feature that enables the use of tape libraries as extensions of NTFS file system volumes.

Syntax

                RStorage = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Remote Storage feature.

Off

Does not install the Remote Storage feature.

Example
[Components]
RStorage = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

SAKit_Web

Specifies whether to install the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Pack.

Syntax

                SAKit_Web = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Administration Tools Pack.

Off

Does not install the Administration Tools Pack.

Example
[Components]
SAKit_Web = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

If you use the entry SAKit_Web = On, you must have the following entries in the [Components] section: IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On.

Solitaire

Specifies whether to install the Solitaire game.

Syntax

                Solitaire = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Solitaire game.

Off

Does not install the Solitaire game.

Example
[Components]
Solitaire = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

Spider

Specifies whether to install the Spider Solitaire game.

Syntax

                Spider = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Spider Solitaire game.

Off

Does not install the Spider Solitaire game.

Example
[Components]
Spider = On
Comments

The default value is On. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

Templates

Specifies whether to install Document Templates.

Syntax

                Templates = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Document Templates.

Off

Does not install Document Templates.

Example
[Components]
Templates = On
Comments

The default value is On.

TerminalServer

Specifies whether to install Terminal Server.

Syntax

                TerminalServer = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Terminal Server.

Off

Does not install Terminal Server.

Example
[Components]
TerminalServer = On
Comments

The default value is Off for Windows Server 2003. This entry is not available for Windows XP.

If you use the entry TerminalServer = On, Setup installs Terminal Server and configures the computer to run in multi-user mode. If you use the entry TerminalServer = Off, Setup does not install Terminal Server. The value of this entry does not affect your ability to establish a remote connection to the computer using Terminal Services Remote Desktop.

To specify important security settings for a server with Terminal Server enabled, use the PermissionsSetting entry in the [TerminalServices] section.

To specify the type of licensing you are using for Terminal Server, use the LicensingMode entry in the [TerminalServices] section.

TSWebClient

Specifies whether to install the ActiveX control and sample pages for hosting Terminal Services client connections over the Web.

Syntax

                TSWebClient = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the ActiveX control and sample pages for hosting Terminal Services client connections over the Web.

Off

Does not install the ActiveX control and sample pages for hosting Terminal Services client connections over the Web.

Example
[Components]
TSWebClient = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

UDDIAdmin

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Administration feature on the computer.

Syntax

                UDDIAdmin = On | Off
              

 

Value Description

On

Installs the UDDI Administration feature on the computer.

Off

Does not install the UDDI Administration feature on the computer.

Example
[Components]
UDDIAdmin = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

UDDIDatabase

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Database feature on the computer.

Syntax

                UDDIDatabase = On | Off
              

 

Value Description

On

Installs the UDDI Database feature on the computer.

Off

Does not install the UDDI Database feature on the computer.

Example
[Components]
UDDIDatabase = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

The [UDDIDatabase] section contains entries for configuring the optional UDDI Database feature in the Windows Server 2003 family.

UDDIWeb

Specifies whether to install the UDDI Web service feature on the computer.

Syntax

                UDDIWeb = On | Off
              

 

Value Description

On

Installs the UDDI Web service feature on the computer.

Off

Does not install the UDDI Web service feature on the computer.

Example
[Components]
UDDIWeb = On
Comments

The default value is Off.

The [UDDIWeb] section contains entries for configuring the optional UDDI Web service feature in the Windows Server 2003 family.

Vol

Specifies whether to install the Volume Control feature.

Syntax

                Vol = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Volume Control feature.

Off

Does not install the Volume Control feature.

Example
[Components]
Vol = On
Comments

The default value is On.

WbemMSI

Specifies whether to install the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) Windows installer provider.

Syntax

                WbemMSI = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the WMI Windows installer provider.

Off

Does not install the WMI Windows installer provider.

Example
[Components]
WbemMSI = On
Comments

The default value is On.

WMAccess

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Windows Messenger.

Syntax

                WMAccess = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs visible entry points to Windows Messenger.

Off

Does not install the visible entry points to Windows Messenger.

Example
[Components]
WMAccess = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

This entry does not remove any Windows code, including any Windows Messenger code, other than the visible entry points.

WMPOCM

Specifies whether to install visible entry points to Microsoft Windows Media Player.

Syntax

                WMPOCM = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs visible entry points to Windows Media Player.

Off

Does not install the visible entry points to Windows Media Player.

Example
[Components]
WMPOCM = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP.

This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003. This entry does not remove any Windows code, including any Windows Media Player code, other than these visible entry points.

WMS

Specifies whether to install the core Windows Media Server components.

Syntax

                WMS = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the core Windows Media Server components.

Off

Does not install the core Windows Media Server components.

Example
[Components]
WMS = On
Comments

The default value is Off for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

This entry requires WMS_Admin_Asp = On, WMS_Admin_MMC = On, and WMS_Server = On in the [Components] section.

WMS_Admin_Asp

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services Web-based administrative components.

Syntax

                WMS_Admin_Asp = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Windows Media Services Web-based administrative components.

Off

Does not install the Windows Media Services Web-based administrative components.

Example
[Components]
WMS_Admin_Asp = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

This entry requires WMS = On, IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

WMS_Admin_MMC

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services MMC-based administrative components.

Syntax

                WMS_Admin_MMC = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Windows Media Services MMC-based administrative components.

Off

Does not install the Windows Media Services MMC-based administrative components.

Example
[Components]
WMS_Admin_MMC = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

This entry requires WMS = On in the [Components] section.

WMS_ISAPI

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services Multicast and Advertisement Logging Agent components.

Syntax

                WMS_ISAPI = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs Windows Media Services Multicast and Advertisement Logging Agent components.

Off

Does not install the Windows Media Services Multicast and Advertisement Logging Agent components.

Example
[Components]
WMS_ISAPI = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

This entry requires IIS_Common = On, IIS_InetMgr = On, and IIS_WWW = On in the [Components] section.

WMS_Server

Specifies whether to install the Windows Media Services server components.

Syntax

                WMS_Server = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Windows Media Services server components.

Off

Does not install the Windows Media Services server components.

Example
[Components]
WMS_Server = On
Comments

The default value is Off. This entry is available only for Windows Server 2003.

This entry requires WMS = On and WMS_Server = On in the [Components] section.

ZoneGames

Specifies whether to install the Microsoft Gaming Zone Internet games.

Syntax

                ZoneGames = On | Off

 

Value Description

On

Installs the Microsoft Gaming Zone Internet games.

Off

Does not install the Microsoft Gaming Zone Internet games.

Example
[Components]
ZoneGames = On
Comments

The default value is On for Windows XP. This entry is not available for Windows Server 2003.

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