So I think I'm beginning to understand what is going on here.
I had some services that were corrupted after installation (W32tm, etc.) I was able to fix W32tm with:
- w32tm /unregister
- w32tm /register
- w32tm /config [...]...
Win Server 201x Question (2016, v1607 in my case):
In the XML for saved configuration presets, the value for <Tweak> maps to Boot or System?
What are the numerical equivalencies? 4 Is Disabled if I believe.
I ask because I've had some trouble relating the config values from the...
I have finally acquired a Ent/IOT LTSC Image from a Dell Recovery USB stick; It has previously been ADK/NLite'd by Dell for Dell Precision 5820XL platform.
When I load it for the first time, I get an odd, mostly NULL error, about driver integration (Existing item)
I have "Auto load saved...
I have a 1809/Pro with 16gb RAM, high end i5 (joke), and non-NVMe SSD; which is decent, but the OS is managed by umbrella corporation and lots of agents adding overhead.
It takes about 45min-1 hour to "load" an Win Server 2016 or Win 10 LTSC 1809 image.
It takes about 3 hours to "commit a...
If the installer doesn't find a newer generation/exotic RAID or HBA, then that driver needs to be loaded into the
"Boot/Setup" (boot.wim) , correct?
And , if I add that driver to the main image (Into any OS/product), it WILL NOT automatically also be added to Boot/Setup (setup.wim)?
I tested NetFX3 integration in both places, and concurrently both, without incident during build.
I will run test install results with all three permutations to verify result.
NOTE: Hopefully Rockwell Automation will update their code soon to eliminate the need for this legacy framework...
Redmond released Win10 "may 2020" aka "20H1" aka version 2004 on Monday.
Has anyone run it though NTLite yet?
I successfully performed a build?
How about with a FOD addition: NetFX3 and NTLite was asking for the CABs in updates\10.0.1909.x64.FOD\ , so perhaps I thought a new build of...
Silly question: If I load an image, integrate a driver, save/build it, unload it, then re-load it:
Can I see a detailed list of previously integrated drivers added by NTLite that were not part of the original/OEM image?
(I cannot find a way in the GUI to discern this)