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mario995

POSReady 2009- Editing installation CD

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mario995    0

Hi
That's my first post so please be understanding :)
I have a question

How can I edit ISO of Windows Embedded POSReady 2009 ( something like Nlite for XP )
Please Help

I hope that's not mission impossible

 

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Tripredacus    286

Has the EULA for nLite been revised to allow for business use? Understanding that Embedded is not a consumer OS... I can't imagine that your Embedded Partner would support the editing of the install source.

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jaclaz    943

Has the EULA for nLite been revised to allow for business use?

I am failing to see the point.

OP asked for something *like* nlite.

Understanding that Embedded is not a consumer OS... I can't imagine that your Embedded Partner would support the editing of the install source.

And he did not ask about something *like* nlite that would be supported by his Embedded Partner.

@mario995

What is your scope (final goal)?

I mean is this "edit ISO of POSReady 2009 to ..." (like remove tools subsystem, integrate hotfixes, etc.) and even more generally what is that you want to obtain in the end (maybe it is possible without actually editing the .iso at all).

jaclaz

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mario995    0

I'm asking as normal computer user
I want to remove some components add hotfixes and plugins to use POSReady as everyday OS

I'm searching for tool which help me to do this

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jaclaz    943

I want to remove some components add hotfixes and plugins to use POSReady as everyday OS

Which is exactly what is NOT allowed by it's EULA, see:

http://www.msfn.org/board/topic/171952-windows-embedded-posready-2009/

Wouldn't it be easier/better to use a plain XP? (on which nlite is tested and working)

And then, if the issue is Windows Update, add to it one of the Registry keys that allow installing the updates past April 2014?

See:

https://www.sebijk.com/community/board9-community/board5-pc/2985-getting-xp-updates/

jaclaz

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