Where to save EXE file for Silent.net Maker

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I wanted to install Silent.net Maker and I wanted to sync it with my Windows 2000 and Windows XP Professional. I am not sure where to save the EXE file.

Should it be in the HFSVCPACK folder or in HFGUIRUNONCE? Because I am getting troubled with this. Nothing is installed in my Windows 2000.

And only Net v1.1SP1 is installed in my Windows XP Professional.

Did I do the right thing  in saving the EXE file?

What should I do with this

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Where to save EXE file for Silent.net Maker

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The procedure that I am going to tell you is a confirmed procedure for the Windows 2000 and Windows XP and most of the users have recommended it too.

  1. Download the script package . Make a new folder in your desktop and extract in it. Save it and rename it to silent.net
  2. Open the readme.txt that is included and see for any possible useful instruction written there.
  3. Download the .Net frameworks from the microsoft site. Start from the .Net 1.1 to .Net 3.5 SP1.
  4. You can also copy the edit_SNM.ini file to it too.
  5. Run this script by double clicking to it and then opening it from the windows account that has the administrative privileges to its account.
     

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