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===What do the numbers under “Select base WIM” mean?===
 
===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: <br><br>
 
Those numbers stand for the Windows Version and Editions you can select as a base for your Custom WIM: <br><br>
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10.0.20348 = Windows Server 2022<br>
 
10.0.22000 = Windows 11<br>
 
10.0.22000 = Windows 11<br>
 
10.0.19044 = Windows 10 21H2 / Windows 10 LTSC 2021<br>
 
10.0.19044 = Windows 10 21H2 / Windows 10 LTSC 2021<br>

Revision as of 10:44, 22 February 2022

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:

10.0.20348 = Windows Server 2022
10.0.22000 = Windows 11
10.0.19044 = Windows 10 21H2 / Windows 10 LTSC 2021
10.0.19043 = Windows 10 21H1
10.0.19042 = Windows 10 20H2
10.0.19041 = Windows 10 2004 / Windows Server 2004 (Only Core Versions)
10.0.18363 = Windows 10 1909 / Windows Server 1909 (Only Core Versions)
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

Adding an Application

This Information was moved to the Tutorials Section

Not all Updates are Installed

In some special cases, Microsoft releases a second cumulative update between the normal cycle of Patch Tuesdays. Because these updates are marked differently in the Microsoft Update Catalog our solution to install all updates cannot detect these updates. This might result in your WIM-image not having all the newest updates. We already were in contact with Microsoft and there is currently no workaround to this problem.

Missing Language Packs

If you have added language packs with WimAsAService but when a user logs in he can not select them you need to execute the following code as the user:

$OSInfo = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_OperatingSystem
$languagePacks = $OSInfo.MUILanguages
$LanguageList = Get-WinUserLanguageList
ForEach($languagePack in $languagePacks){
    $LanguageList.Add($languagePack)
}
Set-WinUserLanguageList $LanguageList -force


This is a known issue with Windows 10 documented here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/desktop/language-packs-known-issue#adding-language-packs-in-windows-10-version-1803-and-later-versions-known-issue