WimAsAService Tutorials

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To help you start with our Service, we have recorded some Video Tutorials for you.

Generell Solution Overview

There is a short overview Video, showing you the basic handling of the Website:

Adding an Application:

You can trigger any kind of Application Installation, as long that it can be executed silently.

If you want to add an Application, you first need to create a ZIP File that contains the Application Files. The File you want to execute needs to be in the Root Folder of your ZIP File.

How to fill out the “Add new Application” Form

Manufacturer = The Name of the Manufacturer (example Microsoft)
Product Name = The Name of the Application (example OfficeProPlus)
Version = The Version of the Application (example 2016)
Package Version = You can have Multiple Versions of a Package for the same Application. Select the Package Version
Architecture = The Architecture of the Application. x99 stands for an Application that can be installed on both platforms (x86 and x64)
Type =P stands for a physically installed Application (MSI, EXE, etc.). V stand for a Virtual Application (App-V, ThinApp, etc.)
Language = The Language of the Application. Select ML if the Application can be used in more than one Language.
Command Line = The Command Line Parameters required to install the Application silently and without User interaction.


Example Command line for the installation of an MSI-File:
msiexec /i Microsoft-CMTrace-5.0.7782.1000.msi /qn REBOOT=ReallySuppress /L*V "C:\Windows\Logs\Microsoft-CMTrace-5.0.7782.1000.log"

Example Command line for the execution of a VBS:
cscript install.vbs

Example Command line for the execution of a PowerShell Script:
powershell -executionPolicy bypass -file install.ps1

Example Command line for the execution of a Batch:
install.bat

Install Windows Features or Uninstall Windows Features

When entering the Feature Names this must be done with case sensitivity.

Attention:When adding NetFx to a Server always make sure you add the corresponding ServerFeatures first
(e.g. NetFx3ServerFeatures,NetFx3)


Lists of the Feature Names and their default Install state you find here:
10.0.15063.0 /1703
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Education 32-bit.xlsx
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Education 64-Bit.xlsx
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 32-bit.xlsx
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 64-bit.xlsx

10.0.14393.0 /1611
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.14393.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 32-bit.xlsx
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.14393.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 64-bit.xlsx

Windows-Server-2016
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.14393.0 Windows-Server-2016-Datacenter 64-bit.xlsx
File:FeaturesList from Windows 10.0.14393.0 Windows-Server-2016-Standard 64-bit.xlsx

Uninstall Modern Apps (Appx / Store Apps):

Lists of the Modern App Names and if they can be uninstalled:
10.0.15063.0 /1703
File:InstalledAppxPackages 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Education 32-bit.xlsx
File:InstalledAppxPackages 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Education 64-Bit.xlsx
File:InstalledAppxPackages 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 32-bit.xlsx
File:InstalledAppxPackages 10.0.15063.0 Windows-10-Enterprise 64-bit.xlsx

OnPremis Customer Documents

If you are a WimAsAService OnPremis Customer you can find here some helpful Documentation:

Adding baseWIMS,LanguagePacks and FeaturesOnDemand
File:Adding baseWIMS,LanguagePacks and FeaturesOnDemand to WimAsAService.pdf