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Install W7 SP1 to WDS

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hi,

I tried to install Windows 7 sp1 to image used in WDS deployment. I did it in that way:
For the first, I exported image from WDS and after this I used the following DISM commands:

dism /Mount-Wim /WimFile:<Image Path and name> /Index:1 /MountDir:<Mount Path>
dism /image:<Mount Path> /add-package /Packagepath:E:\SP1\X64\windows6.1-KB976902-X64.cab
dism /online /add-package /Packagepath:E:\SP1\X64\windows6.1-KB976932-X64.cab
dism /unmount-wim /mountdir:<Mount Path> /commit


As the final step I replaced the image in WDS.
All steps were completed successfully, but when I installed a computer from this image, it was without SP1.

Can you please help me?
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Have a look at  http://4sysops.com/archives/free-imagepatcher-update-wim-images/

This will aloow you to patch your WIM imagems withh all updates quite nicely.
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by:ElvisG
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This solution is working partially for me. I can download all updates, but later, when the script tries to install updates, I receive Errors like this (for all packages):

Processing 75 of 121 - An error occurred - Package_for_KB981957 Error: 0x800f082f

I don't know why and I can't find any good explanation of this error on web.
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by:ElvisG
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Oh, Sorry.

All is OK. I try with some other images and it is working. I thig, that my test image was bed.

Sorry once again.
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