[SOLVED] Add Microsoft Edge to Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB (LTSC)

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by bluemonday91, Jan 30, 2018.

  1. MonarchX

    MonarchX MDL Expert

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    I have the MicrosoftEdge17763mui package - how do I use it to add Edge during MSMG Toolkit manipulations?
     
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  2. Supern00b

    Supern00b MDL Senior Member

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    You know MSMG has said repeatedly that there is still no multilanguage support for the toolkit. You will have to wait until he releases it.
    If you really need it now and your image is x64, use GodHands powershell script.

    Cheers.
     
  3. MonarchX

    MonarchX MDL Expert

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    I only care for the En-US, the default, the USA English! I have no idea what God-Hand's PowerShell script is. I need to integrate Edge onto mounted image... But I have only .107 version and I am not sure if Edge will work on .107...
     
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  4. boyonthebus

    boyonthebus MDL Member

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    It does. You can even add it manually with the cabs in the toolkit. Just add the language pack last. Run in command window as administrator.
    Code:
    dism /image:<path to mounted wim> /add-package /packagepath:<path to main Edge cab for 17763>
    dism /image:<path to mounted wim> /add-package /packagepath:<path to language Edge cab for 17763>
     
  5. foo3495

    foo3495 MDL Senior Member

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    ntlite does integrate the 2 packages in above
    working on .168
     
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  6. MonarchX

    MonarchX MDL Expert

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    Yes, it does, but I think it ignores updating Edge like it did in the past.
     
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  7. foo3495

    foo3495 MDL Senior Member

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    What's the latest version of Edge?
    Edge on Windows 10 44.17763.1.0 / October 2, 2018
     

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  8. nicegamer7

    nicegamer7 MDL Novice

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    Any idea where I can find these files for the Microsoft Store?
     
  9. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    using LTSC 1809 Windows OS Build 17763.253 I am unable to get this to work.

    I followed the instructions on page 3 to pull the 2 cabs with SxS,

    Copied those two files into C:\Windows\system32 folder then ran the command:
    dism /online /add-package /packagepath:Microsoft-Windows-Internet-Browser-Package-amd64-10.0.17763.1.cab /packagepath:Microsoft-Windows-Internet-Browser-Package-amd64-10.0.17763.1-en-US.cab

    I receive this error:


    any ideas on how I can get Edge to work in LTSC?
     
  10. boyonthebus

    boyonthebus MDL Member

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    Why did you put them in System32? Just drop them in a folder on your desktop and run them from there.
     
  11. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    because they would not execute from there and post #49 in this thread suggested putting them in system32, which I did and at least it executed, though with errors.
     
  12. boyonthebus

    boyonthebus MDL Member

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    You know you need to run as administrator. Cab files will execute from anywhere, but dism needs to be run as administrator. You also need the whole path.
     
  13. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    did run as an administrator (elevated privileges), though it does appear that the path I used had a typo, which is why they pooped out from the downloads folder in my profile.

    but it doesn't matter where I run them from I am getting the same error. Tired it from the downloads folder, desktop and system32

    same error.
     
  14. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    nope doesn't work, get error 0x80070003 which seems to be a permissions issue, but the files have everyone full control
     
  15. boyonthebus

    boyonthebus MDL Member

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    Must be something in your install then, perhaps something you have changed. I have never had any trouble installing Edge. Are you on LTSC 2019, 1809, build 17763?

    EDIT: Yea, I guess you are.
     
  16. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    LTSC 1809 Windows OS Build 17763.253 as noted above
     
  17. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    just noticed your Microsoft-Windows-Internet-Browser-Package-amd64-10.0.17763.1.cab file is 14mb, mine is only 1.7mb that's really odd
     
  18. boyonthebus

    boyonthebus MDL Member

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    I got those files straight from the MSMG toolkit.
     
  19. mjeds

    mjeds MDL Novice

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    so the files in your cabs are dated 9-15-2018 and mine are dated 10-29-2018, some of the files in yours are significantly larger, emodel.dll for example is 9.7mb in yours, and in mine it is 0.6mb


    I extracted mine from a Windows 10 pro virgin install machine.