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WimAsAService FAQ

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Where can I login and generate my WIM-Files

You can find the Login Page here https://factory.wimasaservice.ch

What do the numbers under “Select base WIM” mean?

Those numbers stand for the Windows Version and Editions you can select as a base for your Custom WIM:

10.0.18362 = Windows 10 1903 / Windows Server 1903 (Only Core Versions)
10.0.17763 = Windows 10 1809 / Windows 10 LTSC 2019 or Server 2019
10.0.17134 = Windows 10 1803
10.0.16299 = Windows 10 1709 / Windows Server 1709 (Only Core Versions)
10.0.15063 = Windows 10 1703
10.0.14393 = Windows 10 1607 or Windows 10 1607 LTSB/LTSC or Server 2016
10.0.10586 = Windows 10 1511
6.3.9600 = Windows 8.1 with Update 3 or Server 2012 R2
6.1.7601 = Windows 7 with SP1 or Server 2008 R2

10.0.10586 (Windows 10 1511) and the KB3012973

When you select, the Windows 10 1511 (10.0.10586) baseWIM, you need to exclude KB3012973, since that KB is the “Feature update to Windows 10, version 1607”. Updating a 1511 Image to 1607 during the Image generation Process doesn’t work and the Process will stop and fail.

10.0.15063 (Windows 10 1703) and the KB4054517

When you select, the Windows 10 1703(10.0.15063) baseWIM, you need to exclude KB4054517, since that KB is the “Feature update to Windows 10, version 1709”. Updating a 1703 Image to 1709 during the Image generation Process doesn’t work and the Process will stop and fail.

6.1.7601 (Windows 7) and the KB915597

When you select, a Windows 7 baseWIM, you need to exclude the KB915597. Since December 2018 the Windows Defender Definition Update (KB915597) can no longer be installed with MDT and Windows 7. And this update will end up with errors and will stop the process.

Adding an Application

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