1. Integration via RT 7 Lite or vLite (some modification is required.)
2. Audit mode
The scope of my question is just limited to just Windows updates and drivers. It is because to integrate software via RT 7 Lite, I believe that silent installers are required. On the other hands, any installer can be used in Audit Mode, which should be a much better method to incorporate other software, like Microsoft Office.
My question is: Which of the two methods produces the more optimal, cleaner and efficient Windows 7 image? In other words, the install.wim should be smaller. My guess is the integration via RT 7 Lite, but I could be wrong and that is why I require some advice here.
In audit mode, the Windows installation files have been fully expanded. Then, I have to restart the computer and boot the system into a WinPE disk, in order to compress all Windows files back into install.wim. I guess that the install.wim created in such way will be slightly bigger and will not be optimal.
Thank you for the information given.
This post has been edited by alvinkhorfire: 20 March 2011 - 11:55 PM