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  1. didn't work for my enviornment, I think it is because I need to login to the proxy so now i'm trying to integrate internet explorer to the image as well.
  2. netsh file in pe is the same however i stumbled on a few reg keys for netsh that allow you to add functions. I copied all dlls referenced from my local win7 registry at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Temp\Microsoft\NetSh along with the keys themselves to the winpe image by loading the SOFTWARE hive from the mounted wim image windows\system32\config directory to HKLM\Temp. There were a few helper dlls it couldn't load so i took them back out. DOT3CFG.DLL NETTRACE.DLL WCNNETSH.DLL P2PNETSH.DLL WLANCFG.DLL WWANCFG.DLL DHCPMON.DLL I was left with this [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Temp\Microsoft\NetSh] "nshwfp"="nshwfp.dll" "dhcpclient"="dhcpcmonitor.dll" "wshelper"="wshelper.dll" "4"="rasmontr.dll" "2"="ifmon.dll" "netiohlp"="netiohlp.dll" "nshhttp"="nshhttp.dll" "fwcfg"="fwcfg.dll" "authfwcfg"="authfwcfg.dll" "whhelper"="whhelper.dll" "hnetmon"="hnetmon.dll" "rpc"="rpcnsh.dll" "napmontr"="napmontr.dll" "nshipsec"="nshipsec.dll" "peerdistsh"="peerdistsh.dll" I now have winhttp command in netsh. Also I ended up just hard coding my proxy config from local registry into winpe registry. The key is at HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Connections\WinHttpSettings Just copy it to HKLM\Temp (or wherever you loaded WinPE SOFTWARE hive). I'm testing the final product now.
  3. I would also like to know... i'm about to try replacing netsh.exe in winpe image. I'll let you know how it goes.

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