Compared to regular Windows 7 without WAIK, Embedded 7 Standard is a godsend. However, I am curious if you can configure the packages further during an install. I have narrowed down a set of ~30 or so feature set packages needed for a fairly functional install. Only thing is, this is still not "granular" for my needs and there are still small items included I have absolutely no need for. Examples of this might be the "Network and Sharing Center" package including "Homegroup," or the "Accessories" package including "Gadgets." These are included alongside the things I need in the cabinet files, and I see they have their own manifests. The ICE toolkit does not have anything that lets you configure and remove these smaller subpackages in the feature packs themselves (which I would expect.) However, there are some vague hints that you can remove or disable smaller features in the configuration file (or autounattend.xml.) Normally, packages are added during servicing with "package action="install"." There are hints though about using other versions of "action" like "stage," or "configure" along with a permanence setting. Therefore, it seems like you can use a variation of the package installation option to remove or prevent smaller named features. Only issue is, I have found very little information on this. I'd post some links, but this forum does not let me post them... Anyone have some experience with subconfiguring these packages under Windows 7 Embedded Standard? It would be great to get rid of some of these useless features without compromising the things I need. I'd rather not resort to scripting like "setupcomplete.cmd."