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Creating a Component for the Custom Security Template (Windows Embedded Standard 2009)

4/23/2012

Use Component Designer to create a component that includes a custom security template (.inf) file, as well as the First Boot Agent (FBA) Generic Command resource that calls the Secedit interface.

  1. In Component Designer, create a new component and set the appropriate group memberships. For details, see Creating a Component and Assigning an Object to a Group, in Windows Embedded Standard Studio Help.

  2. Add your custom security template to the component as a file resource. Set the destination path to the Windows\INF (%17%) directory. For details, see Component Files in Windows Embedded Standard Studio Help.

  3. Add an FBA Generic Command resource to your component. In the Extended Properties box, set the properties in the following table.

    Property Value

    ARGUMENTS

    /configure /db sectemp.sdb /cfg %17%\<name of custom .inf file>

    FILEPATH

    %11%\secedit.exe

    PHASE

    4500

    For more information, see Adding a Custom Resource to a Component and Extended Properties, in Windows Embedded Standard Studio Help.

  4. Add a component dependency to the Security Configuration Engine Command-Line Utility component. For details, see Creating a Dependency Group in Windows Embedded Standard Studio Help.

  5. Create a repository for your custom security template. For details, see Creating a Repository in Windows Embedded Standard Studio Help.

  6. In the details pane, select the repository you just created for your component, and then save your component.

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