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In my current place, I have to move a lot of ghost images to .wim format. For now, I am using ghost explorer -> Expand to folder->make to .wim using gimagex/imagex. This is working fine for now. (takes under 15 minutes for a 2GB. gho file to expand and be be sucked back in .wim)

I was wondering if someone has a best practices for this type of conversion.

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Best practices for images which are already sysprepped and in ghost/altiris formats. All I could find was guides devoted for Windows V and V II (and that too for task sequence based installs)
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I suggest you can use BAT or ImagexGUI to simplify your manage of wim files.  I 've suscessfully sorted multiple windows 7 even windows8.1 wim files into one wim files and replace MSDN(windows8.1 x64 with update) 's install.wim with it.It works on both PE by WinNTSetup,Double-click on the implementation of setup.exe or UFD.

Answered 01/30/2015 by: chrisheng
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