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StandAlone ISO for V1803 Enterprise & Convert Language


KUROKO

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Purpose :
 Prepare the latest windows_10 Enterprise ISO in case a clean installation is required


I know that.
 In V1803 there is no Enterprise Edition alone(Single).
 It exists with other editions in Business Editions.


I have obtained the following English version of ISO.
  En_windows_10_business_editions_version_ 1803_updated_march_2018_x64_dvd_12063333.iso


1) I would like to create a standalone ISO only for Enterprise from 1206333.iso.
   (It is not necessary to select edition at install windows.)

 

2) I would like to convert English Language to other language.
  (Convert ISO language from English to Other,
       I understand how to convert languages after clean installation、)

 

I have obtained the following Multi Language ISO.
  Mu windows 10 language pack version 1803 updated march 2018 x86 x64 dvd 12063770
     

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Could you tell me Useful URL that explains the steps necessary to do 1), 2) ?

 

   Of course, I understand how to create ISO (Other Language of business) using ESD files.
       I hope make it from MSDN iso.

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Item 1) has solved itself.

 

   Rewrite EI.cfg as follows

 

Original EI.cfg
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   [Channel]
   Volume

   [VL]
   1

rewrite EI.cfg
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  [EditionID]
  Enterprise

  [Channel]
  Volume

  [VL]
  1

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[Edition ID] : automatically selects the edition to be installed.
               If not specified, a select screen appears.
 

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coromonadalix

with the builds past the 17xxx build versions  you have only pro or home,   to have entreprise you install pro version, and enter a valid entreprise serial number, you restart and you'll be converted to entreprise version

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TKS coromonadalix !!


I found the following.

 How to create Multi Language Windows 10 ISO - YouTube.MP4
   ttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=imyPVOY5d3A

 

olso ,I have obtained the following English version of ISO & . Language Packs


 Windows 10 Version 1803 Version 1803 Build 17134.1 (April Update) RS4 Language Packs & Language Interface Packs Build 17133.1.rs4_release.180323-1312
    lp_bac048dbf02b9166cfc0fd1a926c241e64955d6f.cab

 

 En_windows_10_business_editions_version_ 1803_updated_march_2018_x64_dvd_12063333.iso

 

12063333.ISO as
   There is an index of 10 (multi index)
    Index 3 = Windows 10 Enterprise.

 

Will ISO created by YouTube videos add languages to all indexes?

 

Otherwise, obediently I will use lpksetup.exe after installing enterprise.
  (I know how to install languages using lpksetup.exe)
 

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coromonadalix

well if your patient enough, it will take many hours to do so, i has to be integrated to each indexes ..   if not  you have to extract the entreprise index and make an iso of it  andd add your languages in your iso,  theres tutorials and how to on the web

 

An multi AIO cd-dvd is really hard to do sometime, it depends if the install.wim is converted into install.esd, you have to convert to install.wim and do the languages integration .... and have proper tools, i had an 23 indexes 32bit iso, once extracted it became 272 gigs yess 272 gis  of pure fun, many many hours to integrate lp''s to each indexes and recompress ... to an final 5.6 gig iso.

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@coromonadalix

 

It is troubling to spend a lot of time !!

 

You mentioned as,

    Install PRO version of the desired language and enter valid EnterPrise serial key,
    When restarted, it is converted to the enterprise.

 

I will not have time and effort and time will be shortened.

 

Is a valid Enterprise key mean Activation Key?

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You can do it using NTLite tool easily. Install free version NtLite. Unzip the Windows iso to a folder. Load the source in NTLite.  Select and load the version you want.  In Apply , select "Remove non essential Editions" option. You will get the loaded single version iso file.

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8 hours ago, comanman said:

@KUROKO

You can do it using NTLite tool easily. Install free version NtLite. Unzip the Windows iso to a folder. Load the source in NTLite.  Select and load the version you want.  In Apply , select "Remove non essential Editions" option. You will get the loaded single version iso file.

 

TKS @comanman


Can I follow the procedure below?

 

Use 12063333.iso (en_windows_10_business_edition_ 1803).
    Extract the source file with PowerISO.

 

Add source file to NTLite.

 

Delete non essential editions > Right-click the target edition and select Delete

   Finally ,
     Leave only Enterprise Edition on NTLite

 

Create an ISO file (NTLIte.iso)
   select "Create ISO" ICON on NTLite

 

 

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Can I add other language packs with NTLite?
(Eng > Eng + Other Language)

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@KUROKO

Download the latest NTLite tool.  Unzip the Windows multi iso to a folder ex:source. In NTLite,  add this new source folder. You will see all the edition in source window. Right click and load the desired edition. Then select Apply, then select save, remove remove non essential edition ,then create iso by giving name.

I am not familiar with language pack.

 

 

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3 hours ago, comanman said:

 

@KUROKO

Download the latest NTLite tool. 

Unzip the Windows multi iso to a folder ex:source. In NTLite, 

add this new source folder. You will see all the edition in source window. Right click and load the desired edition.

 

Then select Apply,

 

then select save, remove remove non essential edition ,

then create iso by giving name.

 

 

TKS @comanman

 

Extract Windows_multi_iso(12063333.ISO) to a folder 
   ex:source folder. 

1. Run NTLite.exe
   In NTLite,  "Add" this new image folder(ex:source folder) . 

    You will see all the edition in source window. 

2. Right click and "load" the desired edition. 

select "Apply" (In NTLite,Left tab - bottom position -)

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I have understood this far.

 

 

However,
 What kind of operation is below?

 

  then select save, 
          remove remove non essential edition
,

(Is it to left click on "Remove non-essential edition" ?)

 

   then create iso by giving name.

(Check Mark "Create ISO" & Make ISO by giving name ?)

 

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What kind of operation is below?

  then select save, 
          remove remove non essential edition 
,

(Is it to left click on "Remove non-essential edition" ?)             --- no need to left click, just click, it will enable.  Seems to be enabled from the picture.

 

   then create iso by giving name.

(Check Mark "Create ISO" & Make ISO by giving name ?)    ---- If you click create iso, it will ask for label name and iso file name. thats it.

 

After this click the button on top left side to process.

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TKS @comanman

 

I was able to create the desired ISO With advice.

 

Remaining theme,
 Is it possible to add multiple languages with NTLite?

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Thanks.

With NTLIte you can add it. But i have never done it. May be you need paid version. 

You can try using free tool MSMG Toolkit. But its a command line tool.

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May be,
 Add Language Package to the List 

 

  (Please refer to attached image.)

 

I understand a little, but what should I do now?
The procedure is still unknown.

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1 hour ago, comanman said:

I have never tried it.

 

Try apply and process.

 

Unfortunately, 
  "Apply" section is no such information as language added.

 

Probably,

  need operation to enable addition of language before "Apply" section.

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Hi, Just see the right side, some thing is there in the integrate -updates(1).

 

That right side is the place where the selected pending work will be listed before process.

Just Process and see.

 

Thanks.

 

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1 hour ago, comanman said:

Hi, Just see the right side, some thing is there in the integrate -updates(1).

 

That right side is the place where the selected pending work will be listed before process.

Just Process and see.

 

Thanks.

 

 

Many times Thank you.

 

I confirmed that it is displayed on the right side.

 

Succeeded、
 Added to other languages by Your advice.

 

:lol::lol::lol:

 

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please tell me.

 

When NTLite finished work(Completed Process) ,

"Auto-saved session" will be created on the screen on the right side of NTLite.


Is this a work history?

Is it okay to delete this?

 

 

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On 2018/5/9 at 4:11 PM, KUROKO said:

 

Many times Thank you.

 

I confirmed that it is displayed on the right side.

 

Succeeded、
 Added to other languages by Your advice.

 

:lol::lol::lol:

 

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Using NTlite,
   I added other languages with ISO(Original/default English Language ISO).

 

Can I delete only English Language from this ISO ?
    (Using NTlite,Create ISO where only other languages exist ?)


In the following HP information, it is a reply that it can not be done?

https://www.ntlite.com/discussions/#/discussion/1395/installing-language-packs-and-removing-the-default-one

 

 

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