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About Trolleule

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  1. I can't follow you. I want to make the installation unattended. At first I have to create an unattended file with the System Image Manager that comes with the Windows ADK but I'm struggling with the component "DiskConfiguration". Like I said I have 1 disk with C: and D: partiton. The D: partition is important so I have to manage that only C: is formatted and recreated so that Windows is installed on C: while D: is untouched. Edit: ok got it. Just Define a "ModifyPartition" component with the settings: Format: NTFS Letter: C Order: 1 PartitionID: 4
  2. Hello, I have 1 disk with C: and D: partiton and I would like to keep the D:\ partition. So is it possible to keep the D: partition while the other (C:, MSR, EFI, WindowsRE) are erased and re-created? Thanks in advance
  3. ahh ok, you used wim_tweak after enabling .NET ? You should try to use wim_tweak first and the trying to enable NET, it will fail, see attach!
  4. It only works for a long time, because this tweak is experimental and not documented by microsoft. No one can say for sure which negative side effects this tweak will have, because there are only a few people out there who know what legolas is doing exactly, but most of them doesn't matter. I think the side effects are not critical but i already figured out one problem, that wim_tweak is causing: I used wim_tweak on a fresh installation of windows 10 and was wondering why enabling Net Framework 3.5 (for default: disabled) failed every time. And after first try it will completely removed from
  5. hey, i only said, that i'm not a good C++, C# programmer. My strength is python. Currently python + django. My script is written in AutoIT. It's similar to BASIC and not object oriented, but easy to learn and fast. My script is more extensive than wim_tweak, so you are able to use some DISM functions like mount, unmount, remove packages and remove provisionedappxpackages but so it's more prone to errors. So be pleasant, if one or more errors occur, it has still alpha status and i have not much time til beginning of feb -> means that i had no time to test all scenarios. Notice: Some fu
  6. The one who is running software he will never understand is calling me Troll . ok, only wanna help, but your "extra" troll actions like "Github method first" wouldn't be neccessary if wim_tweak would work properly. I wrote my own applicatiion, which do it's job properly and in 1/3 of time wim_tweak is doing. Serveral tests are approving that. Edit: I know what you mean, but i only using fresh installations and the Installations are original, not modified.
  7. There is another problem with this tool: The owners key of every package has to be deleted to remove a package, otherwise you will get a "access denied" error, but thats not the problem. The problem is, that it not recover the owners key after removing packages! So you won't be able to enable Net Framework 3.5 after using install_wim_tweak and this may be for other features too.
  8. @ supermanmd There is nothing to fix. When you remove packages, they won't remove immediately. Windows set it's state to 'PackagesPending' -> they will be removed on Installation. Only some smaller packages will be removed without getting pending state -> that's the reason why 'FAIL - Key not exist' message appears.
  9. *facepalm* It's only a snapshot. On the top you would find something like: dism /online /remove-package:Microsoft-OneCore-UserDataAccess-net-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~10.0.10586.0.Dism.exe returned: OK. and at the bottom: CBS pkgmgr called with: ""C:\Windows\System32\PkgMgr.exe" /up:Microsoft-OneCore-UserDataAccess-net-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~10.0.10586.0 /norestart /quiet"CBS Executing DISM: "C:\Windows\System32\dism.exe" /online /quiet /norestart /remove-package /packagename:"Microsoft-OneCore-UserDataAccess-net-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~10.0.10586
  10. @maxXPsoft I think it's not correct, what he is doing. I mean only the lines: if (RemoveComponentSubkeys(_pkgDirectory + "Packages\\", _comp))it's redundant, i checked cbs.log and the pkgmgr.exe is executed twice, looks like: CBS pkgmgr called with: ""C:\Windows\System32\PkgMgr.exe" /up:Microsoft-OneCore-UserDataAccess-base-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~10.0.10586.0 /norestart /quiet"CBS Executing DISM: "C:\Windows\System32\dism.exe" /online /quiet /norestart /remove-package /packagename:"Microsoft-OneCore-UserDataAccess-base-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~de-DE~10.0.10586.0"CBS
  11. Has anyone asked himself, what this tool is doing? I don't understand fucking C# or Java but it looks crappy. Why he is doing: if (_cmdLineArgs.ContainsKey('r')) { if (Contains<string[], string>(Microsoft.Win32.Registry.LocalMachine.GetSubKeyNames(), HIVE_MOUNT_DIR)) { Console.Write("Unmounting key... "); if (!UnloadHive(HIVE_MOUNT_POINT)) { Console.ForegroundColor = ConsoleColor.Red;
  12. Hi, kann jemand die beiden files reuppen please?
  13. Solution: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11128342/limitations-of-runonce-in-windows
  14. Hi, i wrote a reg file: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce]"Test"="cmd /K REG ADD \"HKCU\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Policies\\Associations\" /f /v DefaultFileTypeRisk /t REG_DWORD /d 1808 & REG ADD \"HKCU\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Policies\\Associations\" /f /v LowRiskFileTypes /t REG_SZ /d \".vbs;.reg;.msi;.cmd;.bat;.msp\""Only 2 REG ADD commands which i have merged together with a "&". But on log on nothing happens! When i write (i changed only the last few chars): Window
  15. Hi, i built up a nice answer file and added some AsynchronousCommands. One of these commands does something like: cmd /K echo "test"When setup has finished and desktop has loaded a cmd window opens... so far so good. But i noticed, that this fucking command runs on every log on, although the documentation says: AsynchronousCommand specifies a single command to run the first time that a user logs onto the computer.I checked the registry and find my defined AsynchronousCommands in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Runbut as far as i know, this is a key where one add to
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