Is there an easy way to apply windows updates to a .wim image? This is specifically for win10.
The best way that I found online to figure out all of the updates needed, was said to build an example system and wait for it to get all the updates, then copy them out of the downloaded software folder, then go through and script each and every one to apply through DISM…
If I’m going to go through that much work, I might as well apply all of them, make sure the example machine is working correctly, sysprep, and capture a new image. It would be a lot shorter to get to the result doing this.
I bring this up because I need to clean and re-image the machines in my classrooms. I wanted to do this during the summer, but summer kind of got cancelled this year. I also need to cough up some budget to get some SSD’s for one room to speed up machines that are overdue to be replaced and probably run them until they really drop. My next target time for this may be our Winter break where I may have a week to accomplish some of this task (hopefully the SSD change).