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The Deployment Image Servicing and Management Tool (or, in short, DISM) is a collection of commands in Windows 10 that are used for making sure that Windows images are intact and properly configured prior to deployment. With the help of DISM, you can get information about WIM images or virtual hard disks (VHD) and address issues that might cause images not to work properly.
A GUI for the key commands of DISM 
Although a tool such as DISM addresses experienced users, not everybody is comfortable working with the command console. That is where DISM_GUI comes in, providing a frontend for the commands included in the DISM toolbox.
What can you do with DISM_GUI, you might think. Well, this application can initiate health checks without you having to type in any command, with just the push of a button. Some of the key options in DISM are also included in DISM_GUI but more might be added in future releases.
The commands included in the GUI 
The “Check” button corresponds to the CheckHealth command, which can help you verify if there is a component memory corruption. Moving further on, the “Scan” button allows you to start a health scan to reveal all the errors in the Windows image.
The “Repair” button triggers the RestoreHealth command, which finds and fixes errors in the WinSxS folder. There is also an option to analyze the component store, which runs a verification of the component memory and shows you whether additional memory can be released. The component store can be cleaned with DISM_GUI using the designated option.
Other options available in the DISM_GUI allow you to install CAB file updates and repair Windows with SFC.
A handy frontend for important DISM commands 
DISM_GUI comes in handy to those who prefer a standard interface over using the Windows console. With its help, you can run commands included in the DISM toolbox without having to remember their syntax and without having to deal with the command console.







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➤ DISM – Command Line Interface
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This is a guide for the most common Windows 7 command line operation. In this guide, we will cover installing the missing functionality of PowerShell v2, manipulating with registry, performing administrative task and a lot more.
Install PSReadline Module
To install the PSReadline module, you need to install the Get-Content cmdlet. The Get-Content cmdlet helps in reading the text file. To install it, we can either run the command manually as shown below or can search for its location and then install it with the automatic PowerShell installation option.
Install-Module -Name PSReadline -Scope CurrentUser -AllowClobber

Open up the PowerShell window using the above command. You will see the output as shown below:

Install-Module : The term ‘Install-Module’ is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was included, verify that the path is correct and try again. At line:1 char:1
+ Install-Module -Name PSReadline -Scope CurrentUser -AllowClob…
+ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
+ CategoryInfo : ObjectNotFound: (Install-Module:String) [Install-Module], CommandNotFoundException
+ FullyQualifiedErrorId : CommandNotFoundException,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.InstallModuleCommand

We can either accept this or do the manual installation. There are two options available.
– Install-ModulePSReadline
– Install-Module -Name PSReadline

Above command is used to install the module manually. For installing this module automatically, there is a special command called Install-Module-Manifest. To install it, run the following command.
Install-ModuleManifest -FilePath C:\PSReadline\PSReadline.psd1

In order to use it, we can use the Run-PSReadline cmdlet.
run-psreadline -noninteractive

This is an example of the same thing run as a simple script.
# Run-PSReadline

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#import keys.targets
#import scoped_configs

# This is the Kerberos token for this target. All target machines will share this authentication token.
# To see the token, go to: Project Properties -> Security -> Configure -> Click on the Kerberos button -> Select the token.
# (Use the token of the target which will be used to deploy the configuration)
# Select the Token:
# – Token File : \$Configuration\$Solution\$Key.txt
# – Key File : \$Configuration\$Solution\$Key.pfx
# – Key File Password:
# – Key File Path :
# TOKEN_FILE = \$Configuration\$Solution\$Key.txt

# This is the target machine whose Kerberos token will be used to deploy the configuration.


# \$Configuration\$Solution\$Key.txt>

# This is the target machine whose Kerberos token will be used to deploy the configuration.


# Configure the Kerberos service to use the token

# Define a login script to be

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DISM_GUI is a tool that helps you to perform Microsoft Deployment Services (DISM) commands without having to use the console. DISM_GUI allows you to perform the most common DISM commands in an easy to use interface. This is especially helpful for those who prefer a graphical user interface (GUI) over the command console.
Key DISM_GUI features:

– Start DISM commands from the GUI without having to launch DISM.
– Start DISM commands from the GUI without having to launch DISM.
– Start DISM commands from the GUI without having to launch DISM.
– Start DISM commands from the GUI without having to launch DISM.
– Start DISM commands from the GUI without having to launch DISM.

Is there a way to reduce your DISM Tasks even further ?
You can reduce your DISM Tasks to five simple steps:
1. Start DISM.
2. Check for a crash dump.
3. Check for a broken installation.
4. Reset the SMB signing settings.
5. Clean the WinSxS folder.
1. Start DISM 
First, launch DISM_GUI to open it.
2. Check for a crash dump 
You can only start a crash dump from the command console. Start a crash dump from DISM_GUI with the following command, where “/quickstart” is the type of crash dump that you want to start.
For example: “C:\Windows\System32\cdboot\wrsmcli.exe /quickstart /v:vs.ddi”.
3. Check for a broken installation 
When you start a crash dump, the crash dump will always show you if there is a broken installation. If the crash dump does not show you anything, there might be an issue with the WIM file you are using. If the crash dump shows you that there is a broken installation, check whether you installed the image on the hard disk or in a VHD file.
To check whether there is a broken installation in your VHD, open a new console window and run the following command:
“wimutil /verify /str:xxxx xxxxx”.
The output will show you which components are affected.
4. Reset the SMB signing settings 
When you create a VHD file, DISM does not export the local

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Windows 10 can be installed over a system already running Windows 8.1, 8 or 8.1 update. As the Windows 8 operating system can be migrated, it is possible to install Windows 10 on a device that already has a previous version of Windows installed, but the migration might take a little longer, since Windows 10 can be updated more frequently than the previous operating system. In this guide, we explain the steps required for Windows 10 migration.
Migration Process
The basic process involves preparing the computer for the migration. Make sure that Windows is up to date by running the Windows Update command. Make sure that the migration program is installed on the computer and that the system’s disk is ready for the Windows 10 installation. Next, activate the Windows 10 migration program from Settings and start the migration process.
1. Preparation
To prepare for the migration, you need to make sure that your computer meets the basic prerequisites for the migration. These are detailed in the “What you need” section below.
Make sure your computer is activated
Once the migration is complete, you can easily activate the Windows 10 operating system. The activation process takes place in the settings of the Windows 10 installation and is not very complex. To activate Windows 10, download the activation file (attached) from the Windows website. Do this only if you have purchased an activation code, or else Windows 10 will be free of charge.
2. Install Windows 10
Once the migration process is complete, you can proceed with the migration by installing the Windows 10 operating system. This process also involves installing a tool that enables you to upgrade from Windows 8.1, 8 or 8.1 update. This tool can be downloaded from the Windows website and is presented in the installation instructions. Be sure to use the correct version, depending on the upgrade version of Windows 8.1, 8 or 8.1 update.
Microsoft Windows 10 migration support
Source: MSDN: What you need to know about Windows 10 migration
4. Migrate Your Data
After installing Windows 10, you can start the migration process by running the Windows Migration tool. In addition, you can migrate files and settings from the computer that you are migrating to a new computer. Follow the instructions to complete this migration.
5. Complete the Windows 10 Migration Process
After migrating your data to the new computer, you can activate the Windows 10 installation. You can access the activation process in the Settings menu of the Windows 10 installation.
Source: Microsoft: How to migrate from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10
6. Verification
Once you are done with the migration process, you can verify if it was successful. The most important thing to verify is that the files on the Windows 10 installation are correct.
Using the Windows 10 files, you can also verify the migration by comparing the Windows 10 installation files with the previously installed Windows version. This is done using the previously created installation DVD or USB. You can

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