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  1. I tried also integrate the 2 others, KB3101246 & KB3081320. Believe it or not, this also gives me a error warning. So I don't have a clue what's wrong here.


    So for now I have place the update KB3101746 into the runonce section. This seems to work without any problem, after installation and checking for possible missing updates; WUD did not give me any new or missing updates. Not the most elegant solution, but it works for me.

  2. I always use DISM (started as admin) for this task.


    When I want to create a new monthly update, I first remove the superseeded then integrate the latest updates. I do let DISM slipstream all related updates in seperate sessions. Updates - Security - IE - NetFW


    So this month I did get some error message, that the file KB3101746 isn't 100% proper installed and that the proces needs to be started again.

  3. @rhahgleuhargh

    First I want to express my gratitude, for all the good work you've done. And also to all the other persons, who have also contributed to accomplish these UL files.

    I only have a question about this vbs script. It's takes more than 25 minutes to hide all these unwanted files. Is this normal?
    It's placed in "runonce" section of WTK and last executed.

  4. I would like to know, if it's wise to use WTK to use the feature of creating a ISO file and rebuild the W10 image?


    I need to be sure, I don't like the idea that the install.wim is corrupted after this rebuild process.

  5. Hi all,

    I would like to know if it's possible to change the list of silent installers can be changed, after Wintoolkit has finished the job.
    Restarting wintoolkit, is one way to adjust the runonce list.

    The 2 files, WinToolkitRunOnce.exe & WinToolkitRunOnce.exe.config, are located in the install.wim system32 folder. I thought by adjusting the file "WinToolkitRunOnce.exe.config" I could change some minor settings. But these file doesn't show the list of installers.

    Any suggestion?

  6. Hi first of all let me say that this isn't a bug of WTK. No, I removed probably a installation pack, that contains the necessary drivers for recognition.
    But I can't figure it out which pack this is.


    So this is a cry for help, any suggestion would be very appreciated?



  7. I would like to modify a Win 8.1 image with Wintoolkit, on a Win7 computer, is this possible?
    Microsoft recommend a newer DISM version for this Win 8.1 offline image.


    I could be wrong but doesn't use Wintoolkit the DISM version of the host system?


  8. Just have a look at MS update catalog:




    it seems it has been replaced by a lot of KBs, particularly by KB2882822 and KB2871997;


    I've just installed Win7 SP1 x86 with this two updates integrated and I did not get a request for a SP1-Fix!


    Did you integrate this two updates too?


    Regards, Thiersee



    It's a strange situation, I slipstream the new august updates (with the exception of this SP1-fix) into a new image. After installation WU doesn't show any available updates.

    I can't explain why???


  9. This month there's a Windows 7 SP1 fix available for x86 systems. This update contains 2 files:


     - windows6.1-kb2534366-x86-express_7ed438996ed1263c2ccbca0cb3c4046bbe82e7b9.cab
     - windows6.1-kb2534366-x86_f249cea56d8a80019f7212e23a342ba740522618.psf

    Is there a way that Win Toolkit can integrated this into the wim file?
    Or is there another solution for this?


  10. This month, there's a small update (3,0 MB) available called "Windows 7 Service Pack 1" and it's only applied for x86 systems.
    I would like to slipstream this update into my offline image. But the problem is that I can't find this update, in the
    download centre of MS.


    Does anyone have a solution or know where I can find this msu of cab file, so I can slipstream this ?



    I did some url capturing when I installed this with the Windows Update and I see to 2 files that are download from MS.

    - windows6.1-kb2534366-x86_f249cea56d8a80019f7212e23a342ba740522618.psf (size : 18MB)
    - windows6.1-kb2534366-x86-express_7ed438996ed1263c2ccbca0cb3c4046bbe82e7b9.cab (size: 46kB)

    Is there some special way that I can install this with WinToolkit?



  11. Examples for Liam

    dism /Image:D:\mount /Get-ProvisionedAppxPackagesdism /Image:D:\mount /Add-ProvisionedAppxPackage /PackagePath:C:\App1.appx /SkipLicensedism /Image:D:\mount /Remove-ProvisionedAppxPackage /PackageName:Microsoft.BingTravel_1.2.0.145_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe

    Thx for this suggestion, but I did try this DISM command out. I DL for this, the latest "Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK)" for Windows 8.1 Update.

    But It didn't work.


    So I run the command "DISM /?",  the list of available options doesn't show these options /Get-ProvisionedAppxPackages or /Remove-ProvisionedAppxPackage

  12. Components Remover already shows Metro apps :)

    Thx I didn't use this advanced option before, until now I only used  the component remover from the "All in One Integrator".


    I see that the removing options in the "All In One Integrator" isn't extensive as the one from the advanced section. Is there a reason why the don't have the same removing options?


    I did tried it out, and the apps are nicely removed. Thx Legolasho

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