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New Disk Director 12 build!data1.cab, open, extract _1EF96864D30AB5E656CF870A12958C25, rename to pe.zip
Quote from: ChrisR on December 02, 2015, 10:19:43 PMSince ATI 2015, and now ATI 2016, there are no 32-bit version available in AcronisTrueImage_addons.Maybe it exists in another Acronis product.Only need snapapi.dll. If you run ATI2016 on 32 bit system, you will get snapman.sys, snapapi.dll, fltsrv.dll for 32 bit. Other way, unpack ATI setup file and get it.
Since ATI 2015, and now ATI 2016, there are no 32-bit version available in AcronisTrueImage_addons.Maybe it exists in another Acronis product.
Post by synchronicity » Sun Jan 31, 2016 7:19 amwimlib 1.9.0 has been released. From the NEWS file:Added experimental support for Windows VSS (Volume Shadow Copy Service).The new '--snapshot' argument to 'wimcapture' makes wimlib automaticallycreate and use a temporary VSS snapshot when capturing a WIM image.Implemented setting of Windows-specific XML information, such asarchitecture, system root, and version details. This information is nowautomatically set in newly captured WIM images, when appropriate.Improved performance of directory tree scans on Windows.On Windows, to improve capture performance, wimlib now sometimes opensfiles by inode number rather than by path. This is enabled forwimcapture and wimappend, but for now other applications have to opt-in.The progress messages printed by wimlib-imagex while writing WIM fileshave been slightly tweaked.Progress information for directory tree scans now counts all hard links.Also, on Windows "\\?\" is no longer stripped from the current path.Added a new '--image-property' option to 'wimcapture', 'wimappend', and'wiminfo'. This option lets you assign values to elements in a WIMfile's XML document by name.The wimlib_get_image_property() and wimlib_set_image_property() APIfunctions now support numerically indexed elements.Fixed a bug where, on Windows, wimlib would change the securitydescriptor of the target directory of an extraction even when the'--no-acls' option was specified.
Fun with Imagers, part 353:I'm sure there are Ghost fans around here (Enterprise/ Corporate ".exe" version, not Consumer), why not have some fun with the latest version (thanks to the good folks @MDL):- Get this file:http://esdownload.symantec.com/akdlm/CD/MTV/Symantec_Ghost_Standard_Tools_HF2.msiIf you get "access denied", open this first, in a seperate tab (and leave open):https://www4.symantec.com/Vrt/offer?a_id=117135- Extract with your favorite msi extractor (eg. LessMSI: https://github.com/activescott/lessmsi/releases)- Or use this:Code: [Select]msiexec /a Symantec_Ghost_Standard_Tools_HF2.msi /qb TARGETDIR=c:\Symantec(or use 7zip, "open inside", then extract and examine the 2 large .cab files, extract them, have some fun guessing which file needs renaming to ".exe", you can guess by filesize: around 4mb for 32bit, around 8mb for 64bit).- This will give you all the files you need, eg. ghost32.exe, ghost64.exe, ghost explorer, etc.- Version info: 126.96.36.19910, datecode 20150807 (or 20150817?), pretty new, that's my point...
Maybe you want to check it out. LSoft stuff sometimes contains nice utilities that you can add to your WinPESE projects as well.
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