Yes, every geek can change or add the keys in the .cmd file. Instead of posting about this fact, why did you not post the instructions?
Yes, there are many other ways to create an ISO. Yes, I have tried and will try to make this as easy as possible to as many users as possible.
Bottom line: the tool works!
tool works on both encrypted and decrypted 4 index ESD's to create an ISO
not all ESD's are encrypted
what you get depends on when you pull it
Can't you read or do you have some issues to understand written text? Windows 10 ESD files are encrypted, that's why in order to create an ISO image from a Windows 10 ESD file, the RSA keys have to be there and they have to be valid.
not here to argue with you..
I have been pulling decrypted 4 index ESD's from MS downloads since windows 8.1 fist came out..
NEVER have I seen any script or edited script run through the decryption process
even with build 10158
The fact is that the Windows 10 ESD files are encrypted. The fact is that the tutorial has now two versions of the script / tool, one with correct RSA keys to work with every ESD file in Build 10130 and older, and the other with correct RSA keys to work with Build 10158 and later ESD files.
Everything else is splitting the hair, making this already for some users quite complicated process even more complicated. We are not here to talk about unencrypted ESD files, or what else you can do with them, or how to modify the script.
This tutorial is to show how to make an ISO image from the Windows 10 ESD file, offering the tools for it and showing how to use them.
the same crypto key found in the older version of this tutorial's script -
is also found in newer version - the newer version also contains a second newer crypto key
so in theory the newer version should also work with older windows 10 versions
Since I pull my ESD's after the MS decryption process of the downloaded file - I have no need for decryption
and if I can pull decrypted ESD files - I would assume others could too..
Sorry for jumping on your thunder..