hydraulik

Vista Business and Enterprise on same DVD?

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Hey guys,

I want to create a DVD containing Windows Vista Business and Enterprise Editions, both x86 and x64. So it's a total of 4 Editions only. (All should contain SP2.)

I got access to DreamSpark (formerly known as MSDN Academic Alliance) which offers me Business and Enterprise Editions.

The only version containing SP2 already is Business x86. So I created a WIM-File which contains Enterprise x86 SP2. It was successful and I could install it.

So, I tried to combine Business x86 SP2 and Enterprise x86 SP2 to one WIM-File - successfully. But when trying to install, I get an error. (Translated to English, it means something like: "Windows could not display the images available for installation.")

How can I solve this?

I should mention, that the offered ISO-Files does NOT contain more than one version. So versions like "Home Premium" or "Ultimate" are missing.

thanx for help!

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So, I tried to combine Business x86 SP2 and Enterprise x86 SP2 to one WIM-File - successfully. But when trying to install, I get an error. (Translated to English, it means something like: "Windows could not display the images available for installation.")
One might ask... How did you do it? (Link to how-to or a step-by-step explanation would do). Sounds like a file(s) were not modified/merged.
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I used this tutorial: http://www.wincert.net/forum/topic/5092-how-to-integrate-vista-sp2-into-vista-sp1-dvd/page__p__38271#entry38271

And keep in mind that this worked without any errors. I replaced the original install.wim with that one i just created - successfully. I could install without errors!

So I guess that the SP2 integration was successful and the WIM creation also was.

I combined them using "imagex /export", which was also finished without errors. For ISO creation I used oscdimg.

The only difference is, that I used the Windows 7 AIK instead of Vista AIK, but that shouldn't be the problem.

I think that I have to change anything on the DVD, maybe delete a file or something.

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Imagex.exe /info x:\Sources\install.wim

(where x=your DVD drive)

There's probably a lot of info here on MSFN, but for expediency I give you this. You may have very well used a bad Index value. Basically, you simply START with the first Image (the Target WIM #1) and "export" the other three incrementing from the first, i.e. the FIRST (Target) is #1, the first MERGED one is #2, and so on.

Disclaimer - I haven't yet tried any of this as I am still working on other people's pc's, but believe this to be correct.

edit - I believe the "-info" simply displays the contents of the "[1].xml" file within "install.wim" (can be opened with Freeware 7-zip) and each # value is what corresponds to the [1] folder, the [2] folder, etc. Also, there should be corresponding "Edition" literals inside the "product.ini" file in the "sources" folder. I also note that (in mine - have the "full" dvd) I have a corresponding "something.clg" files in "sources".

HTH

Edited by submix8c
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Well, I know about how to use Imagex. But I already told you, that my Dreamspark-Images only contain one edition. But here is my self-created WIM.

WIM Information:
----------------
Path: f:\VistaTest\sources\install.wim
GUID: {4433ff1e-a34f-42e2-8b34-645ac387352e}
Image Count: 2
Compression: LZX
Part Number: 1/1
Attributes: 0x8
Relative path junction


Available Image Choices:
------------------------
<WIM>
<TOTALBYTES>2301265483</TOTALBYTES>
<IMAGE INDEX="1">
<NAME>Windows Vista BUSINESS</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista BUSINESS</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>BUSINESS</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoft® Windows® Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>de-DE</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>de-DE</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6002</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18005</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>9363</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>51376</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8132085270</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C9BAB4</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xA885CA2B</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C9BAC9</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xF4B11ACD</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Business</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Business</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="2">
<DIRCOUNT>9502</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>51574</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8642614051</TOTALBYTES>
<HARDLINKBYTES>2469617191</HARDLINKBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01CD3AA6</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x6933D1B0</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01CD3AC1</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x47420636</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Betriebssystem Microsoft® Windows®</PRODUCTNAME>
<EDITIONID>Enterprise</EDITIONID>
<HAL>acpipic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>de-DE</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>de-DE</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6002</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18005</SPBUILD>
<SPLEVEL>2</SPLEVEL>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<NAME>Windows Vista Enterprise</NAME>
<FLAGS>Enterprise</FLAGS>
</IMAGE>
</WIM>

Edit: Note, that Enterprise is my captured image, like I explained before.

Edited by hydraulik
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Odd... the ProductName is in English for the first and German for the second. Appears to be consistent otherwise.

Slipstream appears to be the same as yours.

I'm thinking (but not really sure) that there has to be consistency between that and the "product.ini" contents. I believe that there may be a CASE problem in the XML vs the PRODUCT.INI values.

Here's what I have for SP1 (all versions) -

WIM Information:
----------------
Path: g:\sources\install.wim
GUID: {0885f6cd-494f-4b68-90b6-3be5d5329ce1}
Image Count: 7
Compression: LZX
Part Number: 1/1
Attributes: 0xc
Integrity info
Relative path junction


Available Image Choices:
------------------------
<WIM>
<TOTALBYTES>2783148445</TOTALBYTES>
<IMAGE INDEX="1">
<NAME>Windows Vista BUSINESS</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista BUSINESS</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>BUSINESS</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8498</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>47506</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7977058550</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xA4C57678</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0B</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x6131A5EA</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Business</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Business</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="2">
<NAME>Windows Vista HOMEBASIC</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEBASIC</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEBASIC</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8010</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>44933</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7469033592</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE2</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x2E6DFD30</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0B</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x8AE177F6</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista HomeBasic</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HomeBasic</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="3">
<NAME>Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEPREMIUM</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8546</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>47624</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8837956230</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x1E702558</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0B</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xB91A68ED</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista HomePremium</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HomePremium</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="4">
<NAME>Windows Vista ULTIMATE</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista ULTIMATE</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>ULTIMATE</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8987</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>49608</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>8933364213</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x7466D77A</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0B</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xD61D4A8C</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Ultimate</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Ultimate</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="5">
<NAME>Windows Vista HOMEBASICN</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HOMEBASICN</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>HOMEBASICN</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>7846</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>44010</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7017299284</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x6FFE5884</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0B</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0xF15D8D82</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista HomeBasic N</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista HomeBasic N</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="6">
<NAME>Windows Vista BUSINESSN</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista BUSINESSN</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>BUSINESSN</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>8332</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>46576</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7526853964</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BDF</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x648B45DC</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0C</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x1D721EEB</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Business N</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Business N</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
<IMAGE INDEX="7">
<NAME>Windows Vista STARTER</NAME>
<DESCRIPTION>Windows Vista STARTER</DESCRIPTION>
<FLAGS>STARTER</FLAGS>
<WINDOWS>
<ARCH>0</ARCH>
<PRODUCTNAME>Microsoftr Windowsr Operating System</PRODUCTNAME>
<HAL>acpiapic</HAL>
<PRODUCTTYPE>WinNT</PRODUCTTYPE>
<PRODUCTSUITE>Terminal Server</PRODUCTSUITE>
<LANGUAGES>
<LANGUAGE>en-US</LANGUAGE>
<DEFAULT>en-US</DEFAULT>
</LANGUAGES>
<VERSION>
<MAJOR>6</MAJOR>
<MINOR>0</MINOR>
<BUILD>6001</BUILD>
<SPBUILD>18000</SPBUILD>
</VERSION>
<SYSTEMROOT>WINDOWS</SYSTEMROOT>
</WINDOWS>
<DIRCOUNT>7928</DIRCOUNT>
<FILECOUNT>44279</FILECOUNT>
<TOTALBYTES>7364066152</TOTALBYTES>
<CREATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85BE0</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x1653A770</LOWPART>
</CREATIONTIME>
<LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<HIGHPART>0x01C85C0C</HIGHPART>
<LOWPART>0x3D4C3157</LOWPART>
</LASTMODIFICATIONTIME>
<DISPLAYNAME>Windows Vista Starter</DISPLAYNAME>
<DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>Windows Vista Starter</DISPLAYDESCRIPTION>
</IMAGE>
</WIM>

Product.ini

[sku]
skuid=PRODUCT_STARTER,PRODUCT_HOME_BASIC,PRODUCT_HOME_PREMIUM,PRODUCT_BUSINESS,PRODUCT_ENTERPRISE,PRODUCT_ULTIMATE,PRODUCT_HOME_BASIC_N,PRODUCT_BUSINESS_N,PRODUCT_HOME_PREMIUM_N,PRODUCT_ENTERPRISE_N,PRODUCT_ULTIMATE_N

[cmi]
namespace=urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend
UseVistaRtmKeys=true
USEWS08KEYS=true
ClientServerSplit=true
AnswerFileFormat=1
[BuildInfo]
staged=BUSINESS,BUSINESSN,HOMEBASIC,HOMEBASICN,HOMEPREMIUM,STARTER,ULTIMATE

There's a ".CLG" for each (mixed case).

01/19/2008  04:00 PM           466,031 install_Windows Vista BUSINESS.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 464,271 install_Windows Vista BUSINESSN.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 439,388 install_Windows Vista HOMEBASIC.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 437,627 install_Windows Vista HOMEBASICN.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 467,115 install_Windows Vista HOMEPREMIUM.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 435,251 install_Windows Vista STARTER.clg
01/19/2008 04:00 PM 487,047 install_Windows Vista ULTIMATE.clg

Note that this is Vista x86 w/SP1.

Same merge method except this one is for Windows 7 (nearly identical).

Edited by submix8c
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Well, I took a look at the products.ini file and I added the missing names "Enterprise" and "ENTERPRISE" - just to be sure, I took care to take both cases - still didn't work!

I do not have clg-files. In Windows 7 they are only necessary for editing. And if missing, they can be created easily. However, I tried to create them with "Windows System Image Manager" (part from AIK) - but it was unable to create them both.

I think there may be an issue with my WIM. Because it works. But only when containing "Business x86 SP2" AND "Enterprise x86 SP2" I cannot install.

( -- Edit: I also recreated the WIM, recaptured and also reinstalled with recapturing after, noting seemed to work. Seems that Enterprise and Business cannot be combined to one WIM. oO -- )

But I just found out, that Vista Business can be activated using an Enterprise Key. I couldn't believe this until I tried out successfully. So, I don't need Enterprise on that DVD.

I will now try to create "Business x64 SP2" and create a WIM-file containing both images and I will tell you if it was successful.

Thank you for help so far.

Edited by hydraulik
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Well, I found a chart showing me differences between them. They are:

  • Installation in virtual environment. - I use Virtualbox for that which works with Business as well.
  • P2P Meeting Place - Never heard of that.
  • MUI - Don't need. German version is enough (and I still have English ISOs on my DreamSpark, if not!)
  • Secure Startup (Cornerstone) - ?!?
  • BitLocker - Never used that! (If I need drive encryption, I still can use TrueCrypt!)

I know that "Enterprise" is equal to "Ultimate", but there are no features I need. And Windows 7 Professional is like the Business Edition in Vista, but I'm good with the Professional Edition. (Windows 7 Enterprise offers a nice feature missing in Professional: native VHD boot, but I don't have the choice here. ^^)

And away from that, I want a disc containing editions all editions I can activate with my keys. If I'd only choose Enterprise, I'm sure I couldn't use Business key for activation. ;)

So, I'll try with Business editions only. I'll tell you if it worked.

PS: I think I found the problem btw. It seems that you cannot combine captured WIMs with non-captured ones.

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Looks like you forgot the add the Edition flag while capturing the Enterprise. I can't see it. Maybe this is the cause.

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This was my command:

imagex.exe /compress maximum /flags "ENTERPRISE" /capture C: D:\INSTALL.WIM "Windows Vista ENTERPRISE"

Seems to be correct, doesn't it?!

Btw: It's one of the last lines in my WIM. Take a second look. ;)

Edit: There you'll see "Enterprise" in case of "ENTERPRISE", but I tried both. -.-

Edited by hydraulik
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Take a second look. ;)

ah, ok. I overlooked this yesterday

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Flags was the first thing I thought of too, but I see it in your XML. And it reminds me of how much Vista XML had changed from Win7. Just to be sure, what OS did your boot.wim come from? Did you try using both an Enterprise or Ultimate boot.wim? Also what arch did you try so far?

Oh... your second image doesn't have the same amount of objects as the first. It is missing DisplayName and DisplayDescription at least.

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Just to be sure, what OS did your boot.wim come from? Did you try using both an Enterprise or Ultimate boot.wim? Also what arch did you try so far?

I used the "Business SP2 x86" boot.wim. Nothing's changed in it. (Maybe I can find a 2nd 'product.ini' inside it which needs to be edited as well?)

Oh... your second image doesn't have the same amount of objects as the first. It is missing DisplayName and DisplayDescription at least.

How do I add that?

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