This is a C# example showing how to apply an image from a WIM similar to the C++ version on MSDN: Apply an Image from a .wim File

// Path to where the image should be applied
//
var targetPath = @"C:\Folder";

// .wim files contain multiple images.  You must specify the image index when interacting
// with them.  The index is 1-based meaning index range is 1-N.
//
var imageIndex = 1;

// Get a handle to the .wim container
//
using (var wimHandle = WimgApi.CreateFile(
    @"D:\Temp\winpe_arm\media\sources\boot.wim",
    WimFileAccess.Read,
    WimCreationDisposition.OpenExisting,
    WimCreateFileOptions.None,
    WimCompressionType.None))
{
    // Always set a temporary path
    //
    WimgApi.SetTemporaryPath(wimHandle, Environment.GetEnvironmentVariable("TEMP"));

    // Get a handle to a specific image inside of the .wim
    //
    using (var imageHandle = WimgApi.LoadImage(wimHandle, imageIndex))
    {
        // Apply the image
        //
        WimgApi.ApplyImage(imageHandle, targetPath, WimApplyImageOptions.None);
    }
}

Last edited Feb 15, 2014 at 8:36 PM by josemesona, version 1

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