Windows 10: Using 1511 for fresh install and image
Using 1511 for fresh install and image
On 18th October I posted about using a windows 10 image to upgrade several machines and was advised that it was not possible.
I have just downloaded from Tech Bench (link on this forum) and the file is called Win10_1511_English_x64.
I thought Microsoft withdrew this version, or is it OK to use. If I can use it then I think my problem with using images may be over.
Could someone please give me some advice and or opinion. As I don't want to use is and run into updating or other problems.
This version was temporarily unavailable but has now been restored for general use and you are good to go!
You have made my day - Thank you very much for your quick reply.
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