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  1. Hi Using the utility Oscdimg in Windows ADK 10 v1607 to create an iso with the UDF 1.02 system file, I would like to know what is the maximum length of volume label and what are its valid characters. Thanks Bye
  2. The entry of the Windows Memory Diagnostic Utility 64 bit are not displayed when I select the WinPE10x64 entry of the boot menu. Why? How can I display it? Thanks Bye
  3. Hi I would like to know how the manual procedure to create a single iso of Windows PE 10.x 32/64 bit using only Windows ADK 10 v1511. Logically this iso should work properly with the computers with the BIOS or UEFI firmware. Thanks Bye
  4. If I create an autounattend.xml file in the root directory of the media and insert this block <UserData> <ProductKey> <WillShowUI>Never</WillShowUI> </ProductKey> </UserData> I avoid displaying the input window of the product keys during the first phase of installation and therefore, the window, which lists the editions included in the install.wim file, is displayed immediately. Right? Thanks Bye
  5. It is possible to create an autounattend.xml file and insert in it the product keys related to all editions included in the install.wim file? Thanks Bye
  6. HI In Windows 10.x, it is possible to include, in pid.txt file or in some other file of a media, the various product keys corresponding to the respective volume images that exist in the install.wim file? Thanks Bye
  7. Since the /d option value of the takeown varies according to the language of Windows, how do I make sure that this command works properly for each language? Thanks Bye
  8. I think I found the best solution to remove a directory structure which also contains symbolic links and with ACLs managed by TrustedInstaller or Authenticated Users or System users: takeown /F "<Directory_path>" /A /R /D Y /SKIPSL >nul 2>&1 icacls "<Directory_path>" /reset icacls "<Directory_path>" /grant:r Administrators:(OI)(CI)F /inheritance:e /Q /C /T /L >nul 2>&1 pushd "<Directory_path>" && ( rd /S /Q "<Directory_path>" 2>nul & popd ) Instead, if I wanted to remove the users mentioned above one at a time, how should I do? Thanks Bye
  9. I think I found the best solution to remove a directory structure which also contains symbolic links and with ACLs managed by TrustedInstaller or Authenticated Users or System users: takeown /F "<Directory_path>" /A /R /D Y /SKIPSL >nul 2>&1 icacls "<Directory_path>" /reset icacls "<Directory_path>" /grant:r Administrators:(OI)(CI)F /inheritance:e /Q /C /T /L >nul 2>&1 pushd "<Directory_path>" && ( rd /S /Q "<Directory_path>" 2>nul & popd ) Thanks Bye
  10. I think I found the best solution to remove a directory structure which also contains symbolic links and with ACLs managed by TrustedInstaller or Authenticated Users or System users: takeown /F "<Directory_path>" /A /R /D Y /SKIPSL >nul 2>&1 icacls "<Directory_path>" /reset icacls "<Directory_path>" /grant:r Administrators:(OI)(CI)F /inheritance:e /Q /C /T /L >nul 2>&1 pushd "<Directory_path>" && ( rd /S /Q "<Directory_path>" 2>nul & popd ) Thanks Bye
  11. I think I found the best solution to remove a directory structure which also contains symbolic links and with ACLs managed by TrustedInstaller or Authenticated Users or System users: takeown /F "<Directory_path>" /A /R /D Y /SKIPSL >nul 2>&1 icacls "<Directory_path>" /reset icacls "<Directory_path>" /grant:r Administrators:(OI)(CI)F /inheritance:e /Q /C /T /L >nul 2>&1 pushd "<Directory_path>" && ( rd /S /Q "<Directory_path>" 2>nul & popd ) Thanks Bye
  12. Hi I have Windows 10 v1511 Enterprise 64 bit. From the Command Prompt, run as administrator, how should I do to remove any TrustedInstaller or Authenticated Users or System users from the ACLs of an entire directory structure also contains files and links (this must not involve the ACLs of their destination)? Thanks Bye
  13. Apparently, the commands takeown /F "<Home_directory_path>" /A /R /D S /SKIPSL icacls "<Home_directory_path>" /reset icacls "<Home_directory_path>" /reset /Q /C /T /L pushd "<Home_directory_path>" && ( rd /S /Q "<Home_directory_path>" 2>nul & popd ) reach my goal but the third command goes in loop and, to stop it, I have to press Ctrl+C. Why? How do I do that the third command does not go in loop? Thanks Bye
  14. Hi I have Windows 10 v1511 Enterprise 64 bit. I noticed that the icacls "<Home_directory_path>" /inheritance:e /Q /T /C /L command, applied to the home directory of a directory structure, is run only the first level of the structure. Why? How do I run it automatically in all the levels below? I also noticed that if I write the icacls "<Home_directory_path>" /reset /Q /T /C /L command, it goes in a loop. Why? What should I write in order to avoid this? Thanks Bye
  15. If I write the net user command, the profile names of the Microsoft accounts are displayed. If, however, I write takeown /S localhost /U "<Account_profile_name>" /P "<Password>" /F "<Directory_path>" /R /A /D Y Windows indicates that this user does not exist. Also, if I try to activate the hidden administrator net user Administrator /Active:yes net user Administrator "<Password>" and then I try to write takeown /S localhost /U Administrator /P "<Password>" /F "<Directory_path>" /R /A /D Y Windows always indicates that this user does not exist. So, how should I use the /U option of takeown? Thanks Bye
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