Our new tool "Windows Offline Configurator” is now available to download as an evaluation version from our website.
The tool allows you to build images offline on your development machine for
The tool can be very helpful in the following scenarios:
DISMUI has been updated to fix some issues when installing Feature Packages in Offline Mode.
For bigger packages there was a need to create a scratch directory. DISMUI 22.214.171.124 is now creating a temporary scratch directory to solve the issue. This directory will be removed afterwards.
A new version of DISMUI is now available. The new version features enhanced support for POSReady 7.
The following features have been added:
Olivier Bloch from the Microsoft Windows Embedded team created several very informative videos about various scenarios for Windows Embedded Standard 7 devices. He covers topics like why use Windows Embedded Standard 7, how to create a customized Media Center experience and shows how to benefit from features like DLNA.
The videos can be found in his blog on MSDN:
Microsoft has published a workaround for the case that you use EWF and that WinSAT is included in your image and it consumes too much memory.
The article is about the following scenario:
The new Windows Embedded Device Manager 2011 enables you to manage all your embedded devices with a single tool.
This new tool integrates into Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and it not only allows you to deploy and update images – you can differentiate between device types. This way updates can be deployed, e.g. only to Thin Clients but not to kiosks however both device types run Windows Embedded Standard 7.