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Tools Technical Reference (Standard 8)

7/8/2014

Review the technical documentation for the Windows Embedded 8 Standard (Standard 8) toolkit.

This section provides technical documentation for Windows Embedded 8 Standard Toolkit (Standard 8 Toolkit). Here you will be able to reference detailed configuration and usage information for the tools included in Standard 8 Toolkit

BCDBoot Technical Reference

Describes the BCDBoot tool which is used to create and edit boot files in order to set up a system partition or repair the boot environment located on the system partition.

BCDEdit Technical Reference

Describes the BCDEdit tool which is a command-line tool for managing the BCD stores. BCD stores are used to describe boot applications and boot-application settings.

Catalog Manager Technical Reference

Describes the Catalog Manager tool which is used to maintain your Windows Embedded 8 Standard (Standard 8) catalog.

Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) Technical Reference

Describes the DISM tool which is a command-line tool used to modify Standard 8 images offline.

DiskPart Technical Reference

Describes the DiskPart tool which is a command mode text interpreter used to manage objects such as disks, partitions and or volumes.

Dynamic Dependency Analyzer (DDA) Technical Reference

Describes the Dynamic Dependency Analyzer (DDA) command-line tool that can start a process or attach to an existing process and monitor it for any dependencies.

Embedded Lockdown Manager (ELM) Technical Reference

Describes the Embedded Lockdown Manager (ELM), which can be used to configure lockdown settings during runtime on a Standard 8 device.

Image Builder Wizard Technical Reference

Describes the Image Builder tool, which is used to configure Standard 8 and Windows Welcome. Image Builder also supports custom installations and unattended installations.

Image Configuration Editor (ICE) Technical Reference

Describes the Image Configuration Editor (ICE) user interface. ICE enables you to customize installation options and create unattended configuration files.

ImageX Technical Reference

Describes the ImageX command-line tool, which is used to capture, modify, and apply images for deployment in a manufacturing or corporate IT environment.

Module Designer Technical Reference

Describes the Module Designer tool, which is used to create and modify custom modules.

Sysprep Technical Reference

Describes the Sysprep tool, which helps you deploy images on new hardware and helps prepare an operating system for an end-user.

Target Analyzer Probe (TAP) Technical Reference

Describes the TAP.exe tool which can be used to produce a comprehensive list of hardware on your device.

Windows Embedded Developer Update (WEDU) Technical Reference

Describes the Windows Embedded Developer Update (WEDU) tool, which is used to find and install the latest updates for Windows Embedded developer environments.

Winpeshl.ini Technical Reference

Describes the Winpeshl.ini files which control whether a custom shell is loaded in Windows PE 4.0 instead of the default Command Prompt window.

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