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    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    Hi, does the Wimaging stuff work with 2012R2?
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    Hi, needs to be modified, but should work
    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    Do you know - roughly - what needs to be modified?
    It's a bit intimidating (for a linux guys at least). Very tempted to just use dd windows.raw from a linux live cd deployed by foreman
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    There are conditionals checking for 2008r2 os
    Add 2008r2 in the same level
    And copy directories to 2012r2
    ** add 2012r2 I meant
    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    thanks
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    Il see i would have time to add it
    Dd would be terrible because of drivers and such
    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    If dism ran on Linux I could do a dism /add-drivers after dd-ing it ... alas it does not. :)
    Or I could "dism" in a huge bunch of drivers that would probably cover most of our hw
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    I like linux better, but I had to do it in powershell because of some integration that it has with dism
    there is imagex, that runs on linux
    but dism simply doesn't
    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    I dont think you can add drivers using wimlib imagex alone alas
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    you can’t...
    I was trying to run it via mono - same issue. also wine doesn’t work… (dism.exe)
    maybe some libs were missing. still, not open solution
    NuxRo
    @NuxRo
    thanks for the confirmation
    have a nice day
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    you tool
    you too!
    Jan Wenzel
    @coffeelover
    hi, i'm trying to provision 2k12r2-x64-standard. it boots the generated boot.wim. when executing '10_init.cmd' an error message is displayed "x:\wimaging\deploy\wget.vbs: No such interface supported".
    Robert
    @graham1228
    Jan, you are getting that error because more than likely you do not have the right drivers installed into your Windows PE image for your NICs.