Windows 10: 1803 creating a system image fails with RPC server error 0x800706BA

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  1. isamma's Avatar
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    Windows 10 pro n Insider Preview Build 16170
       4 Weeks Ago #51

    Bree said: View Post
    Neither creating or restoring a system image will work in an unmodified 32-bit 1803, not even in the latest os build 17134.228. This problem is not present in the 64-bit 1803.

    As has been posted earlier, replacing wbengine.exe with a known working one (typically the one from 32-bit 1709) allows creating system images to work in 32-bit 1803.

    You cannot restore any system image by booting a 32-bit 1803 system to Advanced Startup from the Settings > Recovery page, that will still fail with an RPC error.

    To restore a system image you need to boot the the Advanced Start using the 1709 (or any earlier) 32-bit recovery environment. to do this you can boot from a recovery drive made by any 32-bit machine running 1709 or earlier, or a bootable 32-bit install media usb for any version except 1803. Even a usb for the original 1507, os build 10240 will work.
    So waiting is the solution for now..?
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  2. Bree's Avatar
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    10 Home x64 (1803) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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       4 Weeks Ago #52

    isamma said: View Post
    So waiting is the solution for now..?
    Version 1809 is due in October. As this problem has now been addressed in recent Insider versions, I would be surprised and disappointed if it were not fixed in that release.

    In the mean time, there are workarounds....

    Creating a system image works after replacing the 32-bit 1803's version of wbengine.exe with one from another version, the 32-bit 1709 is the usual choice.

    Restoring a system image works when booting from a recovery drive made by 1709 or any earlier version.

    However, Microsoft's System Image Backup (SIB) has been a deprecated feature for a year now. It looks like it will still be in 1809, but it can only be a matter of time before it is removed.

    Microsoft said:
    System Image Backup (SIB) Solution
    We recommend that users use full-disk backup solutions from other vendors.
    Features removed or Deprecated in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

    The 'other vendor' I use successfully in 32-bit 1803 is Macrium.
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