Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by damianfox, Nov 19, 2015.
How to do that?
I managed to have 10586 Enterprise 2015 LTEB alright with Volume:GVLK online, and Sysprepd & captured.
Then it turned to be OEM:NONSLP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (And I have to reinstall the GVLK package again to make it Volume)
Good night. I am tired.
I tested the procedure for making a "like" LTSB.
Then, I mount the ISO on virtual Machine. It works !
No craps and (since now ...) Windows Update work also !
No bugs, no lags, fastly than untouched version.
Thank you very much to Damianfox for the tutorial !
thanks Damianfox ...
Can we create using normal enterprise iso
Yes you can
Will the windows update be retained and be able to update without any problems?
Yes Windows Update is there and runs fine.
Does the guide work with 10586 version? Or is this the same version? I got all mixed up with these numbers, damn.
My Guide is for Windows 10 version 1511 (10586)
Aaah yes. Now i see.
Anyways, how can i integrate Windows Media Feature Pack to this .iso, to allow HTML5 ? Or should i just use Non-N version - but they come with the Windows Media Player, Camera, Music, Movies & TV and Skype app :S
So i think it might be easier and better to just add it back, right?
How can i do that?
I'm pretty sure Microsoft has a Windows Media Feature Pack available for download.
The Media Player for LTSB is Windows10-KB3010081-x64.msu.
The LTSB has the mediaplayer included like any other "normal" version.
N versions lacks it, no matter if LTSB or not.
Yes, i am aware and i have the .msu already, i just have no clue how to add it into the iso with msmg. There is so many options to choose from and there is no guide, and im a noob. It's a bad combination.
1. where in MSMG-folder should i put the Media Feature Pack *.msu file (64-bit ofc)
2. how to use the MSMG to integrate the Media Feature Pack with the current ISO? (Last thing i did was 6. in the procedure, so i guess adding the media feature pack has to be before 7.)
If you start with a standard version you have nothing to add.
You have to only if you start with an N version, which would be pretty pointless given you need the WMP.
I need HTML5 which needs WMP. But I don't think i need the full Non-N version, just the Media Feature Pack. That's why i would like to use the N-version.
Extract the .msu file then put the .cab file into the Custom update folder in MSMG, Then integrate the custom update from the MSMG menu.
I'm not sure if i'm doing it right. I'm a noob and i requested detailed guide, twice
So, i tried to do it how you say, by guessing.
1. I opened the .msu and there is two .cab files and two other files. I don't know which one to extract, so i extracted all of them.
2. Then i pushed in MSMG 3, 3, y (yes) and 7 - to " Integrate Windows Custom Updates" which resulted in following: http : //puu.sh/luQG6/c67906e369.png
Soo ... did i do it right?