Looking for Microsoft CDIMAGE 2.27

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  1. Oz

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    #1 Oz, Aug 25, 2010
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    [FILLED] Looking for Microsoft CDIMAGE 2.27

    Need this for Windows 2000, guess chance of someone having this is pretty much nil, but will give it a shot.
     
  2. noexcuses

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    According to Microsoft's support tools requirements; the cdimage 2.52p should be compatible with Windows 2000 SP4+. Here's a compiled exe that contains batch scripts and other programs at the website provided below.

    hxxp://berns.cae.wisc.edu/files/wincdman/wincdman.html

    I'm curious to know; Do you have Windows 2000 SP4+ that you're wanting to use this tool with? If so; What is wrong with the newer version?
     
  3. Oz

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    I need it for making Windows 2000 SP0 CD's

    Has to do with HASH checksums
     
  4. Oz

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    #5 Oz, Aug 25, 2010
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    Thanks FS, had a look, nice little girls.

    Yeah, none worked for me either, probably fake, same size as 2.39

    EDIT, any Chinese speakers on this board?
     
  5. thunder163

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    This a fake version, build by 2.39. There is no real 2.27 leak the moment.
     
  6. fosi0

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    h ** p :// ***. m e g a upload .com/?d=4SBBPT1B

    cdimage 2.39/2.47

    I'm chinese speaker.

    :p
     
  7. Oz

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    Thanks, but I'm after 2.27
     
  8. ricktendo64

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    I have 2.54 in case anybody wants it
     
  9. Oz

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  13. Threat

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    The signatures are probably some form of private/public key cryptography hence the RCP - probably a call to some server so they did not have to hand out the private signing keys.
     
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    The -s option says "sign image file with digital signature (no spaces, provide RPC server and endpoint name like -sServerName:EndPointName). What could be an example of -sServerName:EndPointName? Hopefully it's just downloading the 176 (or 128) bytes that are added to the ISO from someplace without any kind of changes.

    EDIT: tried something like -sProtSeq:compaq which unexpectedly failed :D
    Code:
    Connecting to signature server...
    WARNING: Failed to connect to signature server,
             "ncacn_np:ProtSeq[\\pipe\\compaq]".
             (Error 1722: The RPC server is unavailable.)
    
             IMAGE WILL NOT BE SIGNED.
    Messing up with the option outputs this error:
    Code:
    Connecting to signature server...
    ERROR: RPC signature server and endpoint must be specified in the form...
    
               "-sServerName:EndPointName"
    
           ...or as a fully qualified RPC binding string of the form...
    
               "-sProtSeq:ServerName[EndPoint,Options]
     
  15. Oz

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    Just rebuilt 6 RTM EN ISO and all matched original SHA1, thanks again, nicely done.
     
  16. Threat

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    No it won't just give you the bytes as such ... they are a signature and must be generated using some secret private key. This will be some server or other running within M$. You won't be able to use that yourself.
     
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