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  1. Posts : 278
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       #730

    With the new Unified Platform Update for Windows 10 CU, it will still be able save the unencrypted esd file caused from the download of a build in order to create an iso?

    Thanks

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  2. Kari's Avatar
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       #731

    balubeto said:
    With the new Unified Platform Update for Windows 10 CU, it will still be able save the unencrypted esd file caused from the download of a build in order to create an iso?

    Thanks

    Bye
    No. UUP update will not have a single ESD file that could be used to write an ISO image.
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       #732

    balubeto said:
    With the new Unified Platform Update for Windows 10 CU, it will still be able save the unencrypted esd file caused from the download of a build in order to create an iso?

    Thanks

    Bye
    @balubeto - See posts #728 & #729 above. There are reg tweaks that can be done to get the ESD (at least for now), TIP in #728 explains. #729 has a link to a tutorial to create an ISO without the ESD, after you have updated.
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  4. Kari's Avatar
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       #733

    Note   Note


    PLEASE NOTICE:

    The tool in this tutorial does not work with build 15002 ESD file, released earlier today. In fact all known tools or batch files available on Internet are using the same published cryptokey which really does not work anymore.

    I will keep hunting for updated cryptokey and alternative options. Subscribe to this thread to see possible updates.

    In the mean time, here's extremely easy but somewhat more time consuming method to create an ISO: https://www.tenforums.com/tutorials/...tallation.html

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       #734

    the Product.xml usually contains the key - not sure if insider build contains that file
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  6. Kari's Avatar
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       #735

    Kyhi said:
    the Product.xml usually contains the key - not sure if insider build contains that file
    No, product.xml is not present in Insider builds.

    I am starting to suspect this is not a key issue. It looks as a new form of an ESD file (I mean new to me, I've not seeing ESD like this). It's isolated, in fact decrypter does not even recognize it as an ESD file. Running elevated decrypter in folder containing install.esd just gives "File Not Found".
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       #736

    Won't be long.
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  8. johngalt's Avatar
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       #737

    Yeah, someone at MDL will have an answer soon enough
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  9. Superfly's Avatar
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       #738

    I'm not an Insider so do not dabble with these builds, but Wzor (see twitter) has posted ESD's and Adgard has a decrypter - which is cmd based (and thus safe to check what it does)... anyone tried this?
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  10. johngalt's Avatar
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       #739

    Superfly said:
    I'm not an Insider so do not dabble with these builds, but Wzor (see twitter) has posted ESD's and Adgard has a decrypter - which is cmd based (and thus safe to check what it does)... anyone tried this?
    As in brand new ESD / decryptor? Kari's tool is basically a modified version of the command line decryptor tool from Adguard and another MDL regular
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