|Note some things:|
- In the above, the idea is to change the content of C:\safemode_boot.ini (and only that one)
- I said to include "normalboot.cmd" on the list of automatic executed scripts on either startup or shutdown, but just in Safe mode, he may not run them. So, you may need to find another solution there, to get rid of Safe mode config. Manually running normalboot.cmd will do the trick.
- If somebody (or something) changes C:\boot.ini, these changes may be lost, since C:\normalboot.ini would become master. You can protect yourself against unwanted changes in many ways : read-only property, comparing content of files, keeping CRC check of files, ...