Unable to process the changes made to the WIM

Hi all,

Its first time i am using this application and i am trying to edit a wim, add some settings and remove bloat ware.

But when i click finish and Process, then after sometime i keep getting this message "Detected File in use in the mount directory". I have restarted the pc and then trying to run again but still the same error.

The Iso file extracted is in C/Downloads/Win10 and im trying to export the modified iso into C/downloads/iso
 

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nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
Hi,

which NTLite version is that, and best would be to attach the %temp%\ntlite.log
Make sure to use the latest so we are on the same page.
Disable any antivirus, if Sophos then try uninstalling it.

If you're using Win10 1703 or 1709 as a host (not ISO), try from a virtual machine installing latest Win10, few people reported 1709 as being buggy for mounting here.
 
HI there, i think i found the issue.

here are the details:

I am using sophos and i had to disable anti ransomware detection and it works perfectly fine.

is there solution for this one? Because i cannot keep turning off ransomware detection :0
 
Yes i have done that search but there was no mention of a solution for Sophos ransomware detection. For now i can keep disabling ransomware detection but not a good practice to be honest.

So was looking for some solution
 

nuhi

NTLite developer
Staff member
Yes i have done that search but there was no mention of a solution for Sophos ransomware detection. For now i can keep disabling ransomware detection but not a good practice to be honest.

So was looking for some solution
That's great news that we are getting closer to the issue at hand.
So to me this looks like a Sophos bug and should be reported to them, that said, maybe their reply will be on the lines of add it to the whitelist.
My point would then be if there is a way to whitelist a folder, a program from the Ransomware detection, maybe you can add the tool there and let us know.
Or report a bug to them, but I doubt they'll bother with it as it's a very niche issue.
 
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