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Windows 10 SetupComplete Vs Windows 7

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Hi guys am trying to make a SetupComplete.cmd script without editing the .wim file so what i did is make a folder "$oem$" inside the sources folder

 

Am not going to bore you guys with details but it works as i want in WINDOWS 7  , Yet copying the same "$oem$" folder to a windows 10 RTM disk doesn't work , it ignore it like it's not there 

 

This is my code it's really basic , it excuse a self made WPI vb.net app that will let me choose what to install and what not it's developed with .net 3.5 (for windows 7) and 4.5 (for windows 10)

 

 

@echo off"%WINDIR%\Setup\Files\WPI.exe"rd /q /s "%WINDIR%\Setup\Files"del /q /f "%0"

Is there something am missing ? hope you guys could see it or at least tell me what you think  am doing wrong :) 

 

Thanks for help <3 

 

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Setupcomplete.cmd does not work on some editions, notably OEM ones. I'm guessing that would only leave Retail and VL editions, but not sure about the one made with Media Creator. :unsure:

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Setupcomplete.cmd does not work on some editions, notably OEM ones. I'm guessing that would only leave Retail and VL editions, but not sure about the one made with Media Creator. :unsure:

It is VL , thanks for the info 

 

executing "slmgr.vbs /dli" :

Name: Windows(R), Professional editionDescription: Windows(R) Operating System, VOLUME_KMSCLIENT channel

Lol self made WPI?

 

Well the name....It simply a single frame app where I check what i wanna install it's not YOUR wpi  :P

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