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diference between 2 methods of injecting drivers

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Hi i have read the manual of unattended windows "FireGeier Unattended Vista Guide_2.pdf" on how to inject drivers in the unattended windows 7 using variuos steps including the tool imagex, editing the registry, creating an answer file of drivers, but yesterday i have found a tutorial on how to add the drivers via dism without doing some changes, only executing commands, the reference is http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd744355(WS.10).aspx.

My question is there any diferene between both methods, and what is the best method?

other question please, is there any diference between imagex and dism? i have found the tool dism do the same commands like imagex.


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DSIM replaces imagex for almost everything (and for things it doesn't, it acts like a wrapper on imagex commands). Using Imagex/PEimg and DSIM to inject drivers to an offline image ultimately do the same thing - add drivers to the root Windows CD so that they can be discovered and installed during hardware detection.

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