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WTK AIO-Integrator: Auto DISM-CleanUp Options?


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Hey Liam,

 

It would be nice to have dims image-cleanup functions as options in AIO-Integrator.

With some dism functions you can cleanup an offline image and make iso smaller:

 

C:\Users\Zer0\Desktop\Waik_4_1\x86\Dism\Dism.exe /Image:C:\test\offline /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup /ResetBase

 

It can integrate as Win8 Tweak, i think.

It would be nice if WTK can also this things automatically if users want this. :)

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Only applicable on Win8.1.

 

But 8.1 its like a SP for Win8.0 so its recommend to use the latest version.

Another thing its, the build shouldn't have "pending installations".

 

Exist some HowTo's for applying on customized systems, but in my case i can just use on untouched.

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Yeah thanks thats very good. :)

Next days i research again for applicable on customized systems.

At the moment i can use it on untouched and online image, not yet offline. :/

 

On online image reducing that over 300 MB junk.

That would be awesome to make same possible on offline.

 

Maybe some pros here know a way?

In most of case the developers at MDL-Forums. :)

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Yeah thanks thats very good. :)

Next days i research again for applicable on customized systems.

At the moment i can use it on untouched and online image, not yet offline. :/

 

On online image reducing that over 300 MB junk.

That would be awesome to make same possible on offline.

 

Maybe some pros here know a way?

In most of case the developers at MDL-Forums. :)

 

In online image all pending actions are already applied in the time of installation process, and this option may be usefull if you forgot to apply it before syspreping but when sysprep is over, and windows partition is mounted then you can use this command in offline environment, and after that you can capture it without the junk :)

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