WIM Witch is a utility that can be used to update and modify WIM files for Windows deployment scenarios. It allows the WIM to be patched, drivers to be injected, built-in provisioned apps to be removed and .NET Framework 3.5.1 binaries to be added. It also supports the ability to inject and Autopilot configuration file into the WIM file to support Windows Autopilot for existing devices deployments.It accomplishes this by providing the user with a GUI to setup the desired configuration. Once the parameters have been configured, the image can be created or the configuration saved for use with command line functionality.
WIM Witch supports servicing Windows 10, Windows Server 2016 and 2019 images. For more information, please read the documentation about the tool in this blog post:
No known bugs at this time.
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-Fix commandline bug that provented "-autopath" from working
-Autopilot module now has a version check. Authentication processes
changed to reflect changes in the WindowsAutopilotIntune module.
-OneDrive installer copy process now restores the original ACLs
-Fixed bug in OneDrive copy process that broke custom mount paths
-Added patching support for Server 2016 LTSB and Server 2019 LTSB
-Modified command line parameters for easier usage and to support Server
-Depricated Supersedense from command line functionality
-Downloading updates performs a supersedense check against that particular
OS only. Previously all OS's were checked.
-OneDrive update downloaded with any Win10 build
-Apply OneDrive update to WIM - Win10 only
-Fixed Import ISO field with side scrolling ability
-Server Core updates skip Adobe updates as they are not applicable
More information can be found in the following blog post: