License Assessment Tool for Windows Embedded Standard 7 available on ECE/MOO websites, Coming Soon! on Windows Embedded Developer Update (WEDU)

License Assessment Tool for Windows Embedded Standard 7 is a new tool developed to help you determine whether your image built with Windows Embedded Standard 7 can be licensed under a selected license SKU: WS7P, WS7E, or WS7C. Here's how it works: The tool does SKU assessment by comparing your image, as either an answer […]

License Assessment Tool for Windows Embedded Standard 7 is a new tool developed to help you determine whether your image built with Windows Embedded Standard 7 can be licensed under a selected license SKU: WS7P, WS7E, or WS7C. Here's how it works: The tool does SKU assessment by comparing your image, as either an answer file (.xml) or a DISM package output file (.dpo), against the known requirement for that SKU. Most of you're already familiar with answer file concept. You can get answer file either on your developer machine (e.g. with the Image Configuration Editor tool), or target machine where an image is already deployed on. A DPO file is a slightly different concept but very easy to understand. It's basically an XML file where the info of all packages on a deployed image is dumped to. You can either use DISM command directly or use batch file DismPackageOutput.bat that locates in same directory of the tool after it's installed on your machine. The DISM command will look like: %WINDIR%\System32\dism.exe /Format:List /English /Online /Get-Packages > MyImage.dpo," explains Microsoft.

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