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The Tool Shed / Windows repair toolbox
« Last post by ieatrocks on February 22, 2019, 03:39:18 pm »
https://windows-repair-toolbox.com/


Been using this for a while

between bob.omb, WRT and snappy 95% of anything I need is looked after.

Even better when they're all on the same stick together.
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Support / Re: Task Bar trouble
« Last post by CharlieCroker on February 07, 2019, 09:37:34 am »
@ Qual  Sorted. Thank you, Taskbar Activation seems to work well.  It's not too often I use the Remote Desktop from a PE but when I do this will be very useful, thanks again  ;D
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Requests / RDP Server
« Last post by Qual on February 07, 2019, 03:56:23 am »
Very pleased with PXEBoot Server. The tool provides a very welcome and easy way to remote manage LAN workstations.
However to remotely manage a workstation, you need a remote access utility.
It appears RDP Server isn’t working in Bob.Omb WinPE.
Would be nice when RDP Server could be integrated in the WinPE image.
Untill now using VNC Server as alternative solution.

Microsoft says "Windows PE cannot act as a file server or terminal server. (Remote Desktop is unsupported.)"
Topic can be closed
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Support / Re: Task Bar trouble
« Last post by Qual on February 04, 2019, 10:04:52 am »
@ CharlieCroker
I experienced the same problem and found a solution in a autohide tool named “Taskbar Activation”
http://pmdevigne.free.fr/TaskbarActivate.html
It’s a small 20-year old freeware utility but it does the job in WinPE.
Extra benefit is that you can simply enable/disable autohide with a single mouse-click.
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Support / Task Bar trouble
« Last post by CharlieCroker on February 02, 2019, 06:28:26 am »
Is there a way of getting the task bar properties working?  Right click on the PE Task Bar select properties and nothing happens [I was trying to delect autohide]

The reason I ask is when using remote desktop on full screen, the PE task bar stays and covers the remote task bar, a little frustrating
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Support / Re: Dism++ ? (v4.7)
« Last post by CharlieCroker on February 02, 2019, 06:21:46 am »
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If it is not working for some reason try re-downloading the ISO, it is called DISM Repair (Offline) in 4.7

Done that, and re-configured the start menu, and yes it's now there and working again, or at least launching.

I am getting an error on launch though


It does load the DISM++ start UI after pressing the OK button, I've not actually tried the program to see if this error does effect the operation of the program though
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Support / Re: DOTNET Framework fails
« Last post by Bob.Omb on January 31, 2019, 04:22:13 pm »
What did you do to solve your issue?
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Support / Re: Dism++ ? (v4.7)
« Last post by Bob.Omb on January 31, 2019, 04:21:21 pm »
DISM++ is not on the Y:\ its inside the WIM.  You can only access it while booted.  The original intent for this was so that you would be able to unplug the USB while running DISM repairs... If it is not working for some reason try re-downloading the ISO, it is called DISM Repair (Offline) in 4.7
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Support / Re: Dism++ ? (v4.7)
« Last post by CharlieCroker on January 31, 2019, 08:36:25 am »
The shortcut is there in the start menu, yes
Start Menu -> All Programs -> - Install & Repair Windows - -> DISM Repair (Offline)

but it leads to a no-exesistant destination. DISM is not in the program files

I'll try reloading the USB when I get a min see if it helps/resolves
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Support / Re: Dism++ ? (v4.7)
« Last post by Dr.Dimensional on January 30, 2019, 01:34:40 pm »
If you are looking for where it is stored now.

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/sources/[b]boot.wim[/b]/Program Files/DISM Plus
After iso is booted, you can access it from

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Start Menu -> All Programs -> - Install & Repair Windows - -> DISM Repair (Offline)
Hope this helps!
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