Getting the most out of IBW for Windows Embedded Standard 7

26 05 2010

Well, sometimes you start off with IBW  to create a compelling device and when it is done you think: Damn, I would like to have this configuration as an unattend.xml file to manage in ICE.
In this case do not worry, there is help from the Panther. Panther is a folder in the Windows installation directory, such as “C:\Windows\Panther”. In it you can find the sort of XML-file You were looking for. Just take it and load it into ICE and it is no problem to fine-tune the IBW result to your needs.

Alexander


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