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Then I'd look at OSDBuilder. You can add any settigs (via Registry) during the WIM build process as well as carry out any custom scripting as well. Allot better and less (hands-on) time consuimg... once you get your s*it together it's a simple case of calling a powershell module command
p.s. you can also create VHD images, even Boot USB with it (unattended installation inclusive)
Who the f*** is General Failure, and why is he reading my harddisk?
Unfortunately the images it creates don't unpack to create a properly activated and licensed Windows system under our distributor's agreement. We function similarly to an OEM PC seller in this regard. Some of our customer's wouldn't care. The collaborationist bastards more picky ones insist on valid, audit-ready licensure. To meet this requirement you have to use Microsoft's tools. I don't have the time or the interest to vet third-party tools to handle this.
As I drew my first cave with my vector graphic eraser (proud link )
I realise that my shape drawing tool is.... mmm.. insufficient.
I want to extend the eraser to be an on/off toggle. Off it erase as you drag. On it draw continuously merging its cicle / rect into a continuous tube.
Now.. it's an eraser no more.. it's something else!
What else would you call it?
Also I am not sure, whether I should toggle it on tapping space bar, or toggle use right mouse click to erase and left mouse click to draw...
Have your say, what do you think?