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Legolash2o

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About Legolash2o

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  1. Done. Check the first page. The only thing I did was to download the source, change .NET version in project properties and build
  2. I've uploaded 1.4.7 which just adds credits to Aviv00. I've noticed how bad/messy/un-organised the code is. So if anyone is interested, I'm willing to tidy it up a bit? Possibly add a GUI to it (but still have the same commands).
  3. Great to see you back Nuhi! How have things been?
  4. v1.3.0.93 Release Candidate has been released. A lot has changed since v1.3.0.52Beta *1.3.0.94RC^Set Product key has been added to WIM Manager *1.3.0.94RC^Unattended option has been removed from All-In-One tool *1.3.0.94RC^New Unattended method for WIM Manager *1.3.0.94RC^WIM Manager now shows Make ISO & Rebuild by default *1.3.0.94RC^WIM Manager let's you switch from Tool <> WIM Manager and visa-versa. *1.3.0.93RC^FIX: *.theme files now integrates it's folder if detected *1.3.0.93RC^FIX: W7T will now detect SWM files *1.3.0.93RC^WIM Manager tooltips will now show wim location *1.3.0
  5. v1.3.0.52 Beta has been released, there is actually a topic on W7T main forum for specifically for people to suggest things to remove.
  6. At this time I think not software can do that, but W7T can do an Autounattend.xml! v1.3.0.30 can do that when it's released, just select "AnyCPU" in the list
  7. It used pkgmgr to remove the packages, it's that program that decides to leave the .mum/.cat files in there. It automatically restores default permissions after its made the packages visible. Your problem may be because the 'Owners' key might have been deleted, there is a switch that prevents that but i cant remember what it is.
  8. Yeah there's a bug in v1.4.4, i'll upload the latest version.
  9. If you use v1.4.4, and then after run it again with /h command it will restore all values (Visibility) to default. Done, it will return error code -532459699 This issue was caused because PackagePending subkey could not be found, in v1.4.4 it will just skip this and continue if not found.
  10. Sure, i'll give it a go...
  11. Don't have a clue, ask Microsoft.
  12. v1.3.8, last build of the night released, fixed an issue where it could not remove a package from current windows
  13. yeah if you type install_wim_tweak.exe /p "e:\Mount" /c Microsoft-Windows /r, it will remove every package containing Microsoft-Windows.
  14. It's working exactly how it should. If you want you can just run... install_wim_tweak.exe /p "e:\mount" /c Microsoft-Windows-Security-SPP-Component-SKU /r That should remove them all if you type in Dism.exe /image:E:\mount /get-packages /format:table they should be removed. install_wim_tweak will still list them even if they are removed, as the key still remains in the registry.
  15. 1.3.7, fixed a bug with the package removal, well... i just forgot to add a line of code
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