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Peeking Inside Windows Image Files (WIMs)

As everyone’s well aware, creating unattended scripts for Windows is really useful, and any time spent upfront making answer file easily pays for itself in the long wrong (even if the only thing it does is fill in the product key for you). When building answer files for operating system such as Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, you need to write in the name of the image (from the WIM file) you want the installer to use. In some cases this is pretty straight forward, but in other cases an image file can actually have many images in it. For example, Server 2008 R2 has all of these images in its install.wim file: Read moreRead more