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JFX

WinNTSetup v3.9.4 / 4.0 Beta 5

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JFX, Hello!

When you make a second backup with changes to the same wim file, the program suggests replacing it.
Which at first confused me a little. I already wanted to make a different image. But in fact, she did everything right, added another edition. Maybe change replace to add?
For clarity, I am attaching screenshots.

2WKzz.jpg2WKzA.jpg

This would be very convenient for automatic backup planning so that it does not ask but automatically adds changes to the existing wim file.

This is only of course my wishes.

Thank!

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You, right I have removed the replace message in Beta 5.

LZMS compressed SWM files are now excluded for multi core applying.

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No, there is currently no command line option for capture.

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@JFX

Good work my friend, congratulations, your tool is always geting better on every new version.

Attached improved Spanish translation (based on version 4 Beta 5), VHDs descriptions didn't fit on available space on my previous translations.

alacran

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On 9/6/2019 at 5:43 PM, Sergei Strelec said:

Exist command line options to capture a disk in a wim file?

I've updated Beta 5 with command line option. It's similar to imagex.exe.

WinNTSetup_x64 capture C:\ X:\install.wim "Name" "Description" -compress lzx -silent

or a console version

WinNTSetup_x64 capture-cli C:\ X:\install.wim "Name" "Description" -compress lzx -silent

-silent switch will automatically close WinNTSetup after capture.

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JFX, Hi!

This is a full backup and recovery program.
I have already tested WinNTSetup Pro :rolleyes:
Automatically connect a network drive, create a backup, disconnect a network drive.

Thank you very much! :thumbup

I applied compression -compress xpress -silent
Less load on the processor, it creates much faster, but the archive is a bit more, but this is not important.

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Well, you can remove the first mentioned issue about extended attributes.

They are supported by wimgapi and wimlib since a while.

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In WinNTSetup.ini I have three lines for Drivers and UnattendedFile and ApplyMode that switch on Add Drivers and Unattend  and Mode Checkbox.

A loaded WinNTSetup_X.ini that does not contain such lines, does not remove the Settings as given by WinNTSetup.ini

In other words for Add Drivers and Unattend and Mode the loaded WinNTSetup_X.ini is not properly taken into account to switch off these settings.

I am using WinNTSetup_X.ini in case of Apply of a Captured WIM file, where I don't need to use most of these settings anymore.

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Will see about that, but it was never thought to unset already set options.
It's unusual that someone uses 2 ini files or actually setup 2 systems in 1 run.

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Since you have the option to Load an ini file, it is expected that all settings are adjusted accordingly.

The Settings for the Apply of a Captured WIM file will be quite different as compared to the Settings for install.wim from Microsoft.

So it makes sence to have different ini files available.  It has nothing to do with setup 2 systems in 1 run.

I just want to use another ini file instead of the WinNTSetup.ini file ....

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