operat0r_001 Posted August 2, 2010 Share Posted August 2, 2010 Tutorial WIM image files wimfltr.sys Windows Image File Filter Driver command line install I have an H drive ( using junction to link C:\users\internet\Documents\my dropbox to h:\ ) I wanted to easily update files that triggerd AV so I zipped them up. I update the zip often and was testing for other options and this is what I tried. * h:\junction.exe -s "C:\users\internet\Documents\my dropbox" h: this is howto change location of dropbox sync :) * google for the drivers ImageX_x86 * install the driver rundll32 syssetup,SetupInfObjectInstallAction DefaultInstall 128 .\ImageX_x86\wimfltr.inf * create an image of a DRIVE ( cannot be mapped drive OR junction 'ln for windows' ) .\ImageX_x86\imagex.exe /capture d:\ c:\twf.wim "WIM Compress" /compress maximum * umount image .\ImageX_x86\imagex.exe /unmount /commit c:\cygwin * mount image .\ImageX_x86\imagex.exe /mountrw .\cygwin.wim 1 c:\mount * even with 'maximum' compresstion images are larger then the source files in most cases... ??? * 80meg zip of Cygwin ~300 unzipped becomes 600 WIM file ??? * requires admin rights to install drivers but still beats zipping and unzipping items that trigger AV reference: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library...28WS.10%29.aspx Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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