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Blog - Dries Willems - Freelance IT Consultant

About the blog

The main reason I use this blog, is to help myself tackling similar issues. You can see this as a very small online documentation library.
Also it is useful for others who experience the same issues.

Hyper-V Server 2012 R2 Explorer

IT Posted on 09/22/2015 17:41:19

Configuring the firewall

I already explained Server Core acts as a file server without installing anything. All you need to do is permit file services through the firewall. In the standard firewall configuration there’s already a pre-built exception you can enable by typing the following command:

netsh firewall set service fileandprint

https://dirteam.com/sander/2007/09/19/getting-installation-files-onto-server-core/



Versions of Microsoft products

IT Posted on 09/22/2015 16:53:06

https://buildnumbers.wordpress.com/



Removing Built-in apps from Windows 10 WIM-File with Powershell – Version 1.1

SCCM Posted on 09/22/2015 11:19:26

Removing Built-in apps from Windows 10 WIM-File with Powershell – Version 1.1

When creating a Windows-10-Image for the Enterprise you may not want to include all of the default Windows Store Applications.

This script takes a simple list of Apps and then removes the Apps from the default install.wim.

The Script works aso for Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.

Create Temp-Directory -> Mount Windows 10 WIM-File -> Remove all Built-in apps -> Unmount WIM-File -> Remove Temp-Directory. Thats all!

Windows 10: Removing Built-in apps mit Powershell (.wim)