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    xinren said:
    I have a question on the command,

    dism /Unmount-Image /MountDir:C:\Mount /Commit

    Will this command change the install.wim in my USB drive (the install.wim that I use to mount on c:\Mount?)
    The COMMIT switch will save the contents of MOUNT folder to a new WIM file. If you mounted install.wim from a USB flash drive, then it will be replaced with new WIM file.

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    thank you!
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  3. Kari's Avatar
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       #22

    You are welcome.

    By the way, my previous post contains a fundamental error, my apologies. COMMIT switch does not save the changes to a new WIM file, it saves the changes to the same WIM file you mounted.

    In other words, it does not create a new WIM file, instead it modifies an existing one.

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       #23

    thank you. As you said, it replaces the existing install.wim by a new one, in which OOBE is bypassed except password.

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    Kari, I would like to ask a related question. In this tutorial, we can "have a Windows 10 install media which fully bypasses all steps of Windows Welcome (OOBE)". We still need to manually select installation disk, delete existing partition(s), and then install. Since I only have a primary partition, a recovery partition, is there a "simple" sample for configuring the "hard drive" and create default partitions? In this way, the entire installation is "un-attended". Thanks in advance.
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    xinren said:
    Kari, I would like to ask a related question. In this tutorial, we can "have a Windows 10 install media which fully bypasses all steps of Windows Welcome (OOBE)". We still need to manually select installation disk, delete existing partition(s), and then install. Since I only have a primary partition, a recovery partition, is there a "simple" sample for configuring the "hard drive" and create default partitions? In this way, the entire installation is "un-attended". Thanks in advance.
    See this tutorial: Create media for automated unattended install of Windows 10

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  6. Posts : 16
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    Kari, thanks for reply. I will try it.
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