Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by IAmAPC, May 1, 2018.
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Original iso = https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/discussion-windows-10-enterprise-2016-ltsb.73435/
Updates app= https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/whdownloader-download.66243/ select for version 14393
Easy app to integrate updates= https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/dism-new-windows-utility.59389/
1 Install the os and update it, better if you do that in Hyper-V (or Virtualbox using the vhd format)
2 Fully update it
3 Use dism to resetbase to reclaim the wasted space and get rid of the superseded packages
4 do sysprep / generalize
5 shut down the VM, mount the VHD in the host os and capture the image in a new install.wim (use gimagex, imagex, dism capture, or wimlib capture)
6 Assuming you use the ISO (who use the isos today ?) replace the old install.wim with the new one (use ultraiso or similar sw)
First step: check! I'm at your second step.
@cinescope, I went with @yozzcta's suggestion first. His suggestion contains only 2 out of 3 unknown steps to me, your solution has so much more unknowns to me. Speaking of a newbie friendly, step by step guide. You suggest that I should use virtual machine technology, which implies that I'm using a powerful machine in the first place. No, I'm using a relatively lightweight one. But thanks, anyways!