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Hello everybody, i'm programming a Iso builder in Python wich is able to also edit the unattended installation of windows server 2012 but thats not the point i want to talk about now... i want to make the iso image bootable again because all the files from the source image wich was bootable are unpacked to a folder. i dont want to explain why i've but all files in a single folder but it is inalienable soo please don't ask me about that okay .... So back to my problem. in the source iso file is a folder called boot which contains the following: en-us (folder) fonts (folder) resources (folder) bcd (file) boot.sdi (file) bootfix.bin (file) bootsect.exe (file) eftsboot.com (file) memtest.exe (file) on linux i just need the the isolinux.bin file and the boot.cat file. wich files from the windows disc i need to make or to build a bootable iso of Windows Server 2012 x64??? this is a snipped what my python code looks like for LINUX: build=("genisoimage -r -V" +" "+ '"mimoCloud-Linux"' +" "+ "-cache-inodes -J -l -b isolinux/isolinux.bin -c isolinux/boot.cat -no-emul-boot -boot-load-size 4 -boot-info-table -o" +" "+ isobuild +".iso" +" "+ final_path) works great... So if you guys can help me i would be so happy