Download Windows Install Media Techbench/MVS ISO/UUP/SVF/ESD

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  1. Enthousiast

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    #1383 Enthousiast, Nov 14, 2019
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    okay so i am on a fake 1909 version and not the legit on that was released yesterday?
    i don't have that kb4517245 installed cant see it in my update history

    i added watermark in regedit!
     
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    Any one know how to solve this had tried reset store but nothing helps!

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  6. Enthousiast

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    This is a thread, specifically meant for Windows Install Media downloads.

    Might be better to ask this in the appropriate thread, 1809, 1903/9 or other build thread.
     
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    How do I get Enterprise 1909 ISO now a days?
     
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    You can also simply use DISM and convert Pro to Ent.
    convert the esd to wim, mount, convert, save then convert back to esd...
     
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    Look in @GezoeSloog 's SVF Cloud Repo for Windows 10 Version 1607 build 14393.0
     
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    thank you brother
     
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    source iso:
    Code:
    en_windows_10_multiple_editions_version_1607_updated_jul_2016_x64_dvd_9058187.iso
    en_windows_10_multiple_editions_version_1607_updated_jul_2016_x86_dvd_9053863.iso
    
     
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    #1399 bengalih, Dec 4, 2019 at 05:38
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    Ok, I'm trying to obtain/create a clean copy of Windows 10 Enterprise 1909 VLSC (which can be activated against a KMS server). I've read through several methods and I've created several copies, but I'm not sure which of these methods is preferable or if any has even created what I want.

    I'm hoping someone who is an expert with the methods discussed in this thread can read through my process and point me in the right direction. I think you'll see I did my due diligence with investigating and implementing the methods, I'm just not entirely sure which is the best/right way to do this.


    Method 1
    I used was using the latest MediaCreationTool. I downloaded it from MS and ran the following:

    Code:
    MediaCreationTool1909.exe /Eula Accept /Retail /MediaArch x64 /MediaEdition Enterprise
    It created an ISO which has the following version inside:

    Code:
    C:\Users\bengalih\Desktop\1909>dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:y:\sources\install.esd /index:3
    
    Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
    Version: 10.0.17134.1
    
    Details for image : y:\sources\install.esd
    
    Index : 3
    Name : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Description : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Size : 14,781,260,269 bytes
    WIM Bootable : No
    Architecture : x64
    Hal : <undefined>
    Version : 10.0.18362
    ServicePack Build : 418
    ServicePack Level : 0
    Edition : Enterprise
    Installation : Client
    ProductType : WinNT
    ProductSuite : Terminal Server
    System Root : WINDOWS
    Directories : 21509
    Files : 93935
    Created : 10/6/2019 - 9:18:55 PM
    Modified : 12/3/2019 - 11:21:32 PM
    Languages :
            en-US (Default)
    
    The operation completed successfully.
    This looks like a valid Enterprise image, but I was unsure if *all* Enterprise versions are considered VLSC? I was confused because I had to use the /Retail switch with the media creation tool and I'm not looking for "retail", I'm looking for "VLSC".

    Method 2
    Being unsure I looked for another method and found the SVF method and files repositories described here:
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/smartversion-tools-scripts.79415/
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...ll-media-techbench-mvs-iso-uup-svf-esd.72165/

    I downloaded the following files:
    • en_windows_10_consumer_editions_version_1909_x64_dvd_be09950e.iso
    • [en-us] _en_windows_10_business_editions_version_1909_x64_dvd_ada535d0.svf

    I then ran the SVFtoSFX_370_x86 tool to conver the .svf to an .exe file and then applied that .exe file against the .iso. The resulting file was:
    • en_windows_10_business_editions_version_1909_x64_dvd_ada535d0.iso
    Looking inside that file I see:

    Code:
    C:\Users\bengalih\Desktop\1909>dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:y:\sources\install.wim /index:3
    
    Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
    Version: 10.0.17134.1
    
    Details for image : y:\sources\install.wim
    
    Index : 3
    Name : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Description : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Size : 14,781,260,269 bytes
    WIM Bootable : No
    Architecture : x64
    Hal : <undefined>
    Version : 10.0.18362
    ServicePack Build : 418
    ServicePack Level : 0
    Edition : Enterprise
    Installation : Client
    ProductType : WinNT
    ProductSuite : Terminal Server
    System Root : WINDOWS
    Directories : 21509
    Files : 93935
    Created : 10/6/2019 - 9:18:55 PM
    Modified : 10/6/2019 - 9:35:51 PM
    Languages :
            en-US (Default)
    
    The operation completed successfully.
    This looks like the same valid Enterprise image, but I am still unsure exactly what *MVS* images are. I've seen some quotes on MDL that say MVS=VLSC, but are they really the same thing? What does MVS stand for?

    Method 3
    Lastly I used the ESD method described here:
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/windows-10-esd-repository.59082/page-77#post-1380516

    I downloaded the following:
    • 18363.418.191007-0143.19h2_release_svc_refresh_CLIENTBUSINESS_VOL_x64FRE_en-us.esd
    Then I converted it using decrypt.cmd to create a new ISO with the Enterprise WIM. The resulting image is as follows:

    Code:
    C:\Users\bengalih\Desktop\1909>dism /Get-WimInfo /WimFile:y:\sources\install.wim /index:1
    
    Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
    Version: 10.0.17134.1
    
    Details for image : y:\sources\install.wim
    
    Index : 1
    Name : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Description : Windows 10 Enterprise
    Size : 14,781,260,269 bytes
    WIM Bootable : No
    Architecture : x64
    Hal : <undefined>
    Version : 10.0.18362
    ServicePack Build : 418
    ServicePack Level : 0
    Edition : Enterprise
    Installation : Client
    ProductType : WinNT
    ProductSuite : Terminal Server
    System Root : WINDOWS
    Directories : 21509
    Files : 93935
    Created : 10/6/2019 - 9:18:55 PM
    Modified : 10/6/2019 - 10:32:57 PM
    Languages :
            en-US (Default)
    
    The operation completed successfully.
    Again, this looks like the *same* valid Enterprise image:
    Version : 10.0.18362
    ServicePack Build : 418
    I'm confused here because the ESD file I downloaded stated it was 18363.418.

    So how can one tell what is actually in these images?

    From the best I can tell from the DISM commands these are all the same Enterprise installs.
    I can assume that at least one of them will be a proper VLSC/KMS install (again, is there any other type of Enterprise install)? But, I don't really understand the discrepancies between methods.
    Method 1 (MediaCreationTool) seemed the easiest to do, and if you can create it that way, I'm unsure why I should use the other methods?

    While I wait for an answer I might try to install each one in a VM and see if I can at least determine if they work and if I can spot a difference.

    TIA
     
  16. Enthousiast

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    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...pc-19h1-2-release.79259/page-282#post-1551877

    Content of MVS ISOs: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...pc-19h1-2-release.79259/page-310#post-1554274
    Content of ESD: https://forums.mydigitallife.net/threads/windows-10-esd-repository.59082/page-127#post-1555556
     
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