Windows 10: Apply Windows 10 Enterprise image via USB
Apply Windows 10 Enterprise image via USB
I have taken an image using DISM and it is in the .wim format. I want to apply it to a tablet using a usb stick, it has a UEFI Bios.
in the past with windows 7 and I have been able to create a bootable usb drive by using Windows 7 USB DVD tool to create the .wim from .iso then copy the boot files onto the stick, I was then able to boot to the usb stick and a command prompt appeared where I used imagex commands to apply it.
can this be done with Windows 10 Enterprise?
Yes it can, but if you can use the Windows 7 USB you already have, you can just replace the Windows 7 Wim with the image you have made with Dism. AFAIK, the technology hasn't changed, just the WAIK/ADK tools have been updated to match their parent OS versions.
Unless you have an Enterprise license, your USB will be a time limited evaluation, but it is possible to create this within Windows 10 Pro, using the Windows-to-Go tool, found in Control panel (PWCREATOR.EXE)
Thanks for your reply
this still does not work. I am trying to image a surface pro 4 and a dell venue 11 pro, both have a uefi bios and when I select the usb drive to boot from it goes straight into normal boot and logs in to windows. How do I get the command prompt to appear so that I can enter in my command line?
You need to update your PE Boot Files....
Sorry guys, I didn't know how to give this a proper title.
Here's our situation...
I work at a college where we have multiple images covering various needs. I've managed to pare this down to 2, being EMPLOYEE and PUBLIC.
Here's the rub...
Group Policies that apply only to Windows 10 Enterprise and Education Editions
In Windows 10, version 1511, the following Group Policies apply only to Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Education.
I installed Windows ADK 10 v1511 on Windows 10 v1511 Enterprise 64 bit.
I typed the following commands:
Dism /Apply-Image /ImageFile:"<wim_File_Path>\install.wim" /Index:1 /ApplyDir:"<Apply_Directory_Path>" /Verify /CheckIntegrity...
I have managed to create a USB pen drive to apply WIM images using the DISM Apply-image command in 64bit so I know it can be done but any ideas how to create a pen to apply 32bit WIM images
Hi, last few hours I spent trying to manually deploy Windows 10 on clean GPT disk but after applying image and rebooting I always end in unbootable state.
I manually setup drive like this:
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