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GUIDE: WIMGAPI in VB .NET

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Here is something for those who want to work with WIMGAPI and VB .NET. Just add the module below to your project and use the examples below that to do your tasks. I will be updating it with more functions. If you know any which have not been added yet please post a working example :D

WIMGAPI Module v1.0

The places where you see the number 1, that is the image index.

Mount Image

If CWIM_MountImage(1,"C:\Wimfile.wim","C:\MountPath") = true then
'DO THIS
else
'MSGBOX("There was an error mounting this image")
end if

UnMount Image

If CWIM_UnMountImage(1,"C:\Wimfile.wim","C:\MountPath",True) = true then
'DO THIS
else
'MSGBOX("There was an error unmounting this image")
end if

Delete Image

CWIM_DeleteImage("C:\WimFile.wim",1)

GetWIMInfo

Dim WImInfo = CWIM_GetWimInfo("C:\Wimfile.wim")

Capture Image

CWIM_CaptureImage("C:\FolderToCapture","C:\NewWim.wim",WIM_COMPRESS_LZX,"C:\Temp")

Export Image

CWIM_ExportImage("C:\OriginalWim.wim","C:\ExportedWim.wim",1,"C:\Temp")

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Hi,

I use the capture function in my project but i'd like to edit the properties "NAME" and "DESCRIPTION" with 2 textBox on my Form.

My question is : Must I use the "SetImageInformation" function to do that ?

I have read all of this document and I can't really find my way :

My linkhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd834960.aspxhttp://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd834960.aspx

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Resurrecting an old thread, I know, but it would be wonderful if the attachment could be replaced / fixed -- not showing it as active or valid. Thanks!

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