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    adding programs and unattended updates to windows iso

    by eskehacettddbey ·

    hi, how can i add silent update and unattended program to windows 10 21h1 pro for automatic installation after installation I want to add chrome winrar zoom adobe com player vlc office 2010 vlc aida x64 and silent update, which I call unattended program, it is not added with programs.
    can you prepare a file for the update to install automatically after installation, I do not have it, please.

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      Modifying the ISO

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to adding programs and unattended updates to windows iso

      Is beyond most. I used to do this about a decade ago but today it’s not worth the effort so I just install what I want after the OS install.

      Since I don’t use the ISO but some USB stick with the usual Windows 10 install on it I can add other apps to a post-install folder for install later.

      -> I do want to mention NINITE.COM since VLC and such do get updates so Ninite makes it all too easy.

      Still want to create an ISO?
      2. Adding more software looks to be in chapter 3 of

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      Adding Program and unattended updates to Windows iso

      by jimmywick90 ·

      In reply to adding programs and unattended updates to windows iso

      Below are the steps to add Windows Update Packages to Windows ISO Image USING DISM GUI TOOL.

      – Mount your Windows ISO to a drive letter.
      – Create a folder, copy the contents of the ISO to the folder.
      Visit the Microsoft Update Catalog and get the Windows Update .msu or .cab packages.
      – Search Microsoft Update Catalog using the phrase windows 10 version 21H1 x64 to find updates available for Windows 10 v21H1 64-bit. If you’re running 32-bit Windows, then use the x86 keyword instead of x64.
      download the DISM GUI tool and run the program as administrator.
      -After that create a folder, for example D :\Mounted-WIM where you’re going to mount the install.wim file
      -In the DISM GUI tool, point the path to install.wim. In this example, the path would be D :\Win10ISO\sources\install.wim.
      -Click the Display WIM Info button to view the indexes in the WIM file.
      – Select 6 in the Index drop-down box
      – In the Mount location, type in D :\Mounted-WIM.
      – Click the Mount WIM button.
      – Click on the Package Management tab in DISM GUI.
      – Now you can type on your browser to locate the packages folder. In this example, the Windows Update packages are stored under D :\v21H1 Updates.
      – Click on the Add Packages button.
      – Then go back to the Mount Control tab, and click Dismount WIM.
      – Click Yes when you’re asked to commit changes made to the WIM. Now, every available Windows Update package (*.msu and *.cab) in that folder will be integrated into the install.wim image.
      – You can now delete the D :\Mounted-WIM and D :\v21H1 Updates folders manually.

      You’ve now had successfully updated your Windows Setup source or USB installation media.

      Hope this helps you,
      J . Wick

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