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TheOven.org has no association whatsoever with my pre-made release.. They would not approve of it on their forum.. I am simply using one of their projects to create my bootable ISO (Win10PESE).  Recently I have been able to contribute to their forum, in the form of fixes for the base/vanilla build.  Many people there are capable of adding the fixes but it is tedious work with tons of testing and time involved. I merely volunteered my time/effort to help keep the PESE project alive as ChrisR has moved on to Win10XPE (Which is also available @ TheOven.org) - I am a special guest contributor but it is not my site and they have no input on the content of my build other than getting the base/vanilla components working.

It is great to hear that you are interested in creating your own build  ;)

I have only been working with these projects about 1.5years - I knew nothing about them whatsoever before I started, just general computer knowledge and persistence..  Any one of you can easily make a better build than me with a little time and effort, especially easily with the new updates available in the Win10PESE project.



TO UPDATE YOUR WIN10PESE PROJECT FOR 1809 COMPATIBILITY:

In the left pane select Utils>Update Win10PESE (Exact and Secure)

The UNcheck the box to preserve plugin settings..

Then click the Update (Download + Copy) button

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When completed, Select the Config source plugin at the top of the Win10 project, point it at the folder you extracted your 1809 windows install media to, then click the Set Source button

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Then click the big blue play button at the top of the builder

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This will get you a working base build of Win10PESE - Then you can browse the plugin forum @ TheOven for more plugins or make your own new plugins for whatever software you like..
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few days ago i tried Bob.Omb's Modified Win10PEx64 v4. and very much impressed by it.
Many thanks to  Bob.Omb's to make it available free to public.

But i wanted it to boot this from PXE through windows server WDS. But this project is designed for USB devices and perfectly working from usb. so i am thinking to create another build (i am just entry level to this, just inspired by Bob.Omb) and save all programs in RAM. so all programs will be saved in "boot.wim" file (I think Ram is not a issue , now i think everyone having minimum 4gb Ram) so i can boot it from PXE through network.

Now i don't have much knowledge( just having a strong desire  inspired by Bob.Omb) and no  plugins to do it.
it will be very grateful, if you shared  project url for  ob.Omb's Modified Win10PEx64 v4 to download in WIN10PESE. I tried few projects already available in below screenshot, but those are very old and not supporting 1809 version :'( :'(

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Requests / Re: Request: citrix receiver
« Last post by chittimotu on October 26, 2018, 11:06:15 pm »
I tried to install citrix receiver in " Bob.Omb's Modified Win10PEx64 v4.2" to get rehshot2 snapshot. But even i am unable to install this software in both win10SPE and win10xpe editions.
Please find installation error log in this attachments
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Requests / Request: citrix receiver
« Last post by chittimotu on October 26, 2018, 10:55:12 pm »
Can i ask to create a plugin for citrix receiver, FOR win10 pe??

So that i can use it in WIN10 PE build. Or please help me with your ideas to achieve this, I tried with create a  citrix receiver portable.exe app with CAMEYO and make a plugin with it. But i failed. :sad: :sad:
My Idea is when we try to access a  citrix desktop, it will download *.ica file and can be opened by citrix receiver.

Citrix receiver link https://downloads.citrix.com/14726/CitrixReceiver.exe?__gda__=1540587939_98f0fd19b8f040cfdb4c5f825a8f8cc9
SDK and other tools available at https://www.citrix.com/downloads/citrix-receiver/windows/receiver-for-windows-latest.html

Many thanks !!
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Support / Re: Drivers
« Last post by Bob.Omb on October 25, 2018, 06:27:35 pm »
Also make sure there are no spaces in the names of the folders or files you put in the Y:\System\Drivers folder

It is a bug that has been driving me nuts because v4.3 on RS5 has some issue that arent worked out yet, and I haven't been able to share a fix yet due to the delay
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Support / Re: Drivers
« Last post by Bob.Omb on October 25, 2018, 03:36:56 pm »
The problem with Apple drivers is, each package overwrites eachother..  So for instance if you want it to be compatible with macbook air 7,1 you would get that driver set with briggadier... That particular driverset actually covers tons of macs not just the macbook air... When you start moving into the newer macs they kind of seperated the universal compatibility of a lot of the newer models..  So we can use the latest MacPro drivers, and they will overwrite the other drivers when installed into the system, and then you will only be compatible with the newest MacPro and maybe one or two other models...but the included drivers would be overwritten and you would no longer be compatible with those machines...

So for Macs you would need to put custom drivers for the exact model ONLY for them to work, unless it was a universal driver set that covered multiple models, which only the older ones do really cover a lot of machines at once..

The way it is currently set is the most universally compatible that is possible in one system

Its a bit hard to explain but I hope u get the idea... its very inconvenient to be compatible with mac most of the time except with the older models because they all generally used the same hardware, and the newer models do not...

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Support / Drivers
« Last post by danheretic on October 23, 2018, 04:11:45 pm »
First I have to say, this is a fantastic resource. Kudos to Bob.Omb for putting this together. It fulfills the need I have almost exactly - I'm booting from USB to various computers that come through my office before redeployment at a university. I want to run hardware tests, benchmarks, and wipe hard drive before it goes out for redeployment or disposal.

The one part I can't get to work is newer MacBook/MacBook Pros with USB-C. (It works fine with Macs prior to the newer USB-C models.) The keyboard and touchpad drivers aren't included on the current Bob.Omb's PE.

I'm using option #2 to create, and I see in the readme that "new as of 9/17/18: You can now add drivers to the Y:\System\Drivers folder..." So I tried that, only I was having trouble locating the actual .inf files to use. Interestingly enough, there's a thread on the oven from Bob.Omb about downloading massive amounts of WinPESE compatibility drivers for Mac: http://theoven.org/index.php?topic=2327.0. I tried following that, using the cmd line method in the 8/19/18 update on that thread. No joy. I'm not sure if that method doesn't include drivers for this class of device? Also, this method generates huge amounts of files/folders (most I had to extract manually from .exe to .inf, time consuming) and I'm trying to honor the advice in the readme file that says "don't put too many in, it will slow things down".

There are some other docs from MS about injecting drivers using DISM but I'm trying to avoid that, since it would defeat the purpose of using Bob.Omb's simplified PE.

Any advice on getting recent MacBook drivers into the boot drive?
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Discussions / Re: Pretty funny...
« Last post by DarthBubba on October 23, 2018, 10:30:39 am »
... that the hardest thing about getting a Windows PE seems to be actually downloading the damn thing.

Tried for over an hour to find a valid link for Gandalfs PE. Gave up and tried this one.

<deletia>

Contemplating just telling this customer just to rebuild his damn computer rather than continue trying to reset his lost password lol

There are literally a half-dozen or more bootable images that contain password reset programs and little else.  Some are as small as 50MB.  I know this because several are sitting in my "Bootable Repair Disks" directory.  Now, that's still too big to file-attach for you, but they are out there.  I'd post a link but I don't want to test the patience of our gracious hosts.

-DB
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Discussions / Pretty funny...
« Last post by Velox on October 23, 2018, 09:13:44 am »
... that the hardest thing about getting a Windows PE seems to be actually downloading the damn thing.

Tried for over an hour to find a valid link for Gandalfs PE. Gave up and tried this one.

Tried to download from AIOBoot - the version they host seems to be corrupted. Took me ages to find this site and work out I need to register. Got insufficient permissions downloading it in Chrome, IE won't dload it at all and wants me to install the Mega desktop app and now trying Mozilla via a customers VPN as i've apparently used all my available free Mega bandwidth trying to download the thing. 5th attempt I think!

Contemplating just telling this customer just to rebuild his damn computer rather than continue trying to reset his lost password lol
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Discussions / Re: Windows 10 RS5 - Nearing October Release
« Last post by DarthBubba on October 21, 2018, 01:03:07 pm »
I am helping re-design the entire core of the system, it will benefit everyone..  It is almost done. Not much longer and thanks for hanging in there.. It will be worth the wait..

Great news!  Thanks for all your efforts on this project.

-DB
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