2018-07

Last updated 3 months ago

18.7.26.1 (July 26, 2018)

  • Create a Bootable OS USB with New-OSBuilderUSB

  • Migrated osdeploy.com to updated GitBook framework

  • JSON files used for OSBuilder Module version checking has moved to GitHub

    • Previous versions of OSBuilder cannot check for Updates

  • JSON files used for DownloadUpdates has moved to GitHub

    • Previous versions of OSBuilder can no longer check for updated Servicing Stacks, Cumulative Updates, and Adobe Security Updates

  • New Documentation

18.7.25.* (July 25, 2018)

  • Resolved an issue where Winpeshl.ini was not removed from WinPE.wim. If you have created OSBuilds with MSDaRT, they will need to be rebuild or they may fail OS Upgrades

18.7.24.* (July 24, 2018)

18.7.23.* (July 23, 2018)

The notable change in this update is the inclusion of Language Support. For more information, see Work with Languages

Due to these changes, Tasks will have to be recreated to support this change.

  • DISM Image Cleanup will now be evaluated to determine if there are Pending Operations. Previously this step was only executed in an OSMedia Task, but it will now work in an OSBuild Task if there is nothing pending

Get-WindowsCapability -Path $mount | Where-Object {$_.state -eq 'InstallPending'}

18.7.21.* (July 21, 2018)

18.7.19.* (July 19, 2018)

  • Online Documentation has not been updated yet to detail the changes. I'll work on that over the weekend. Thanks for understanding!

  • Modified Paths to WindowsUpdates and ServicingStacks

  • TestMode renamed to -ExecutionMode "Test Builds"

  • Operating System names are abbreviated

    • Windows 10 x64 Enterprise 1803 (old format)

    • Win10 x64 Ent 1803 (new format)

    • It is recommended that you rename these manually, or run it through an OSMedia Task again and it will apply the new name format, and update the Sources directory at the same time

  • Abbreviated OS Names consistent throughout OSBuilder

  • Abbreviated OS Names for Servicing Stack and Windows Update downloads will be applied during the next CU Release

  • Added ExecutionMode to Invoke-OSBuilder

    • Information - This will show the information about the selected Task without running it

    • Test Build - Performs a simulation and copies the output to OSBuilder\TestBuilds. Recommend to run this with -Verbose

    • Execute Stepped - This option will enable a "Press Enter to continue" so you can manually manipulate the process

    • Execute - This will execute the Task

  • Added UseLatestSource to Invoke-OSBuilder

    • If you have a Task specifically points to an Operating System (Win10 Ent x64 1803 17134.112), enabling this option will search for a newer UBR and execute with that source.

    • For this to work, make sure your UBR is at the end of your OSMedia source

  • OSMedia and OSBuild Tasks will update the Sources directory of the Media automatically. If you have previously updated an OSMedia, run it through an OSMedia Task again and it will apply the corrections.

  • Enabling NetFX3 in a Task will force a selection for reapplying the Cumulative Update

  • OSBuild Tasks no longer include SSU or CU (unless enabling NetFX3)

  • OSMedia Tasks are specific to updating the SSU, CU, and Sources. No other customizations are allowed. This method allows you to continually update OSMedia without having to use the original source Media from Microsoft

  • Tasks have changed and all previous Tasks will need to be rebuilt. Delete existing ones

18.7.17.* (July 17, 2018)

  • New-OSBuildTask

    • Removed OSMedia ParameterSet

  • New-OSMediaTask

    • Resolved issue where Task Name was not allowed

18.7.16.* (July 16, 2018)

If you have previously created OSMedia or OSBuilds and integrated the CU with Windows Setup, it is recommended that you rebuild your media. I will work on a solution for this issue.

18.7.15.1 (July 13, 2018)

  • Corrected an issue in Invoke-OSBuilder.ps1 script error

18.7.15 (July 13, 2018)

  • Initial Public release

Changes from Versions prior to 18.7.15

  • Only Windows 10 Operating Systems can be imported at this time. Support for Windows Server will be in the next week or so

  • UBR (Update Build Revision) is appended to all Builds

  • Directory naming convention convention has changed to the following format

OSMedia: <OS with Edition> <Arch> <Version> <UBR>
Example: Windows 10 Enterprise x64 1803 17134.165
Servicing Stacks: <OS> <Architecture> <Build>\<Release Date> <KB> Servicing Stack Update <OS> <Arch> <Version> <Build>\*.msu
Example: Windows 10 x64 1709\2018-07-05 KB4339420 Servicing Stack Update Windows 10 x64 1709 16299\*.msu
Cumulative Updates: <OS> <Architecture> <Build>\<Release Date> <KB> Cumulative Update <OS> <Arch> <Version> <UBR>\*.msu
Example: Windows 10 x64 1803\2018-07-09 KB4338819 Cumulative Update Windows 10 x64 1803 17134.165\*.msu
Other references to the Pilot format of <OS> <Version> <Arch> should be changed manually to <OS> <Arch> <Version>
for consistency

Servicing Stacks and Windows Update Downloads

Now displays the UBR of the download. This can be validated against the OSMedia or OSBuild to ensure proper integration

Module Update Checking

When running Get-OSBuilder, it will automatically check for a newer version and display a message if an update is recommended. Internet connection required for this function to work

Servicing Stack and Windows Update Checking

When running Get-OSBuilder, it will automatically check for newer Servicing Stacks and Windows Updates and display a message if an update is recommended. Internet connection required for this function to work