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What is BLB-Client?


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marcusj0015

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What is the Windows 7 BLB-Client? I see it in the Install wim tweak tool, and it sounds unnessacary, is it?

and what is this?
Display-ChangeDesktopBackground-Disabled

and all of these?
Common-Drivers-Package
Client-LanguagePack-Package
Client-Drivers
Client-Features
BusinessScanning
Editions-Client-Package
Help-CoreClientUAXX
Links-Package
Media-Format-Package
MobilePC-Client
MSMQ-Client-Package
NFS-ClientSKU
OfflineFiles
PeerDist
PeerToPeer
Personalization
PhotoBasic
PhotoPremium
Printing-Foundation
PrintingLocalFoundation
RasRip
RDC


Can I remove Group Policy?

How about TerminalServices?

Edited by marcusj0015, 09 July 2012 - 05:55 AM.



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BLB Client is part of the Bit Locker Windows components.


The change desktop background is uh, a "feature" of Windows Starter. It forces the user to always have the same BG. MS didn't think Starter uses were worth allowing desktop background changes.


I wouldn't delete GP. It's a major part of Windows that allows you to configure many things under the hood. http://www.techrepub...icy-editor/3066
I don't think you need Terminal Services unless you're using a terminal program to log into a network. http://en.wikipedia....Terminal_Server


Edited by Moonchilde, 09 July 2012 - 08:03 AM.


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BLB schould be Windows Backup

<update description="Windows Block Level Backup provides protection of windows OS and data for diaster recovery scenarios" name="WindowsBlockLevelBackup">


and Bitlocker should be SecureBoot:

"C:\Windows\servicing\Packages\Microsoft-Windows-SecureStartup-Package~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~6.1.7601.17514.mum"

<package identifier="BitLocker" releaseType="Feature Pack">
<parent integrate="delegate">
<assemblyIdentity buildType="release" language="neutral" name="Microsoft-Windows-Foundation-Package" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" version="6.1.7601.17514" />
</parent>
<update description="Provides full volume disk encryption for boot volumes." displayName="BitLocker Drive Encryption" name="BitLocker">


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Thanks guys.

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BLB schould be Windows Backup

<update description="Windows Block Level Backup provides protection of windows OS and data for diaster recovery scenarios" name="WindowsBlockLevelBackup">




Oops got that mixed up. I should have known better not to post when I'm tired. There are several components to BLB (like BLB Drive) and client is one of them.

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if you are in doubt open the MUM file and look at the description.
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@Magic, I don't even know why that didn't cross my mind. sorry guys.




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