How would you create a custom recovery in Windows 10?

  1. Posts : 68
    Windows 10

    How would you create a custom recovery in Windows 10?

    So how would the home user do this if they wanted to create a recovery after their Windows 10 upgrade. I know for Windows 8 you could do the recimg thing to create the image file. I tried doing the commands listed in one of the thread to create the provision package but scanstate does not seem to be installed on my system. Any idea on how a home user can create a provision package so they can have a more up to date recovery drive?
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  2. Brink's Avatar
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    64-bit Windows 11 Pro for Workstations

    Hello Mansome, and welcome to Ten Forums.

    You could create a reset recovery image if you like. :)
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  3. Posts : 68
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Thank you for the reply Brink,

    However I am wanting to create a custom recovery using the provision packages. Something similar to what's in the thread found here. ADK 10: Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer - Windows 10 Forums
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  4. bro67's Avatar
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    Mac OS Catalina

    Mansome for making a ISO, there are a few different tools out there. always has the best info on things like this. Customize Your Windows 8 Installation Disc and Slipstream Updates With WinReducer
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  5. Posts : 68
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Let me make sure that I am being clear. I know and have used the recimg to create an install.wim file to set a custom recovery in Windows 8.1. What I want to do is use the new technology found in that thread I listed above. I am needing a way for an end user to do that exact thing. I support alot of computers that are for home users so standard imaging options would not work best for this situation. What I wanted was for a way an end user could use that technology with really good written instructions so that they could create updated images every so often to make it take less time to recover the system. I do not want to use 3rd party tools because at any given point in time Microsoft could change things and make it not work. I got burned by this in the past so I would rather not go there with that.
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