Over the course of my Windows Server 2008 testing, I've had to do a fair amount of work with WIM files. The problem is, that works comes in fits and starts, and I really hate having to keep looking up the syntax for mounting WIM images using ImageX.
This morning, I was preparing to move my web hosting environment yet again, which means I have to build new ISOs with my unattended settings files yet again. So I decided to make life a little bit easier. I'll let the picture explain what it does, then I'll explain what you need to do...
Download: Windows Explorer Right-Click Menu for WIM (x86) (x64)
Windows, Explorer, Images, WIM, Tips and Tricks