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Offline jraju

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Hi, There are methods of integrating and slipstreaming of updates and other fixes like service stack update.
But what i want is , how to post check, if all have gone well
can i check the install wim folder if everything integrated  have been copied to the instllation iso.
one more sub query:
if i install the same to check if every process is correctly going, if by using the virual clone drive by mounting and unmounting, will it affect like rebooting as has been normal while installing windows
can i unmount, the same without any damage to tje exostomg suste,
Cam i just mount and view if the updates are integrated
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The Bottom line is "Check your hardware first if it supports the task you try".

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For Windows Updates, you can check in Windows Update the Update history which will say if an update was successful or not.

I've never used a virtual clone drive so can't help you with that.
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Hi, Ok thank you boggins.
I had raised the query of viewing the updatess file in the installation image , that i have integrated or slipstreamed.
i have not asked for the running windows updates.
I am asking you a kind of reverse checking.
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Hi, boggins, i am not able to edit my post and see this, it is lading...... i tried by restarting modem etc
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I've had a look in my Win 10 and came across the below info but I don't know which updates you are referring to view as they would be part of the system, so probably not in a readable format.

Windows Update logs are now generated using ETW (Event Tracing for Windows).
Please run the Get-WindowsUpdateLog PowerShell command to convert ETW traces into a readable WindowsUpdate.log.

For more information, please visit https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=518345
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Hi, I mean the integrating updatesin image iso.
preparing updates to add to the install.wim.
please check that your mails are received in spam folder in my gmail
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I don't know what you mean but my forum email reply notifications have been going into my gmail Spam folder for a while now, but don't know why.
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