You may remember that back in the early days of my blog, I posted a tool that myself and fellow MCS consultant Jon Bennett (also of AutoIT fame) had worked on called GImageX. This tool was a Graphical User Interface for the Microsoft ImageX command line tool.
Well – Jon has spent some long lonely evenings in hotel rooms during recent engagements and has completely re-written GImageX (now v2.0.1 BETA)
This new version includes:
- Native x86 and x64 versions entirely written in C++. Tiny ~100KB executable.
- Doesn’t use the imagex.exe utility at all – instead it uses the WIMGAPI interface (the wimgapi.dll file from the imagex directory)
- Progress bars, time elapsed, time remaining, file counts have been added
- Clean “abort” option
- Ability to mount, change and get info on WIM images
This tool is unsupported by Microsoft and used at your own risk – however, myself an Jon would really appreciate your comments and feedback via the “comments” section on this blog
You can download GImageX v2.0.1 BETA from:
GImageX, Microsoft, Software, Beta
Source:→ TechNet Blogs