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BigBen7

Server 2012 R2 DISM problem with non-security Updates

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I am able to build a good Server 2012 R2 image with all the Security and .Net Framework updates.

However, I am having problems when I try to add non-security Windows Updates to a Server 2012 R2 image via DISM.  The updates install with no error but when I try to use the image I receive the following error at installation time:

 

Failed to open image file 'F:\Sources\install.wim' with status 0x8007000d.

 

Below is from the setuperr.log file

2015-02-09 07:52:47, Error      [0x0606cc] IBS    WIMCreateFile failed to open [F:\Sources\install.wim]; hr = 0x8007000D[gle=0x0000000d]
2015-02-09 07:52:47, Error      [0x06046b] IBS    CollectInformationForImage: Failed to open image file 'F:\Sources\install.wim' with status 0x8007000d[gle=0x0000000d]
2015-02-09 07:52:47, Error      [0x000671]        SetOSImageInfoOnBB: (hr = 0x8007000D) Could not cache the Windows image XML info [F:\Sources\install.wim][gle=0x0000000d]
2015-02-09 07:52:47, Error      [0x00054b]        Callback_SetWinPEAndOSImageInfoOnBB: (hr = 0x8007000D) Failed to collect WinPE and Windows image XML info.[gle=0x0000000d]

 

One more bit of info - If I add the non-security updates via DISM  "online" they work fine....

 

Any thoughts woud be appriciated...

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Which EXACT DISM commands you used?

Is that an iso /DVD?

If yes, which EXACT commands you gave to mkisofs or OSCDIMG (or other .iso making tool you used)?

 

Which size is the resulting install.wim?

 

Is that the COMPLETE error or you are somehow in a case similar to this one?

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/143421-errors-with-large-installwim-4gb-for-w7/

 

jaclaz

Edited by jaclaz

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Thanks for the quick response.  I use the following command to add the Update:

 

C:\Program Files\Windows Kits\8.1\Assessment and Deployment Kit\Deployment Tools\x86\DISM\DISM.exe

/image:C:\Mount /add-package /packagepath=C:\Hotfix\Windows8.1-KB2955164-x64.msu

 

I use the following command to build the ISO:

 

C:\Program Files\Windows Kits\8.1\Assessment and Deployment Kit\Deployment Tools\x86\oscdimg\oscdimg.exe

-n -m -l2012 -h -bD:\Server2012R2\boot\etfsboot.com D:\Server2012R2 S2012R2.ISO

 

Both commands work fine (no errors) but when I boot off the ISO (via Hyper-V)  I get the 0x8007000D error...   I use the same commands to add security fixes with no problem. (Install works great)  However if I try to add the KB above (or other non-security updates) - I get the 0x8007000D error at install time...

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