Step #6: Modify system files (optional)
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On Windows 95 machines, you can modify the Autoexec.bat and/or Config.sys files here. On Windows 95 and Windows NT computers, you will be also able to modify INI configuration files.

Offered modifications are:


Allows you to:
·Add to path  
·Remove from path  
·Add a command to Autoexec.bat  
·Delete a command from Autoexec.bat  
·Set environment variables  
·Remove environment variable  
·Set temporary directory  



Allows you to:
·Set FILES= values  
·Set BUFFERS= values  
·Set LASTDRIVE= value  
·Set STACKS= values  
·Set FCBS= values  
·Set COUNTRY= parameters  
·Set DOS= parameters  
·Set SHELL= parameters  
·Add device driver commands  
·Remove from current device driver commands  
·Delete other Config.sys keys  

·Register OCX and/or DLL files:  

Just a few mouseclicks and your .OCX or .DLL files will be registered in the Windows Registry of your customer's PC! Just click the filenames you want to be registered, that's all.

·Manipulate INI files *):  

INF-Tool lets you easily modify .INI files on the customer's PC.


You may define as many additions, changes or deletions as you like. Let an INI file be created in whatever directory you prefer. Add, delete or change existing values .. and profit from the power of INF-Tool.

*) currently works just if you don't use AdvPack features in your setup. However, you can workaround that by running a secondary EXE setup after your installation, which does just these jobs, for example.

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