Relocate the Image Builder Files (Standard 7 SP1)

7/8/2014

If your device does not have a DVD-ROM drive, use XCopy to copy the Image Builder files to a location that your device can access, such as a USB Flash Drive (UFD) or a network share. XCopy is a command-line tool that copies files and directories, including subdirectories. For more information on XCopy, see XCopy

Hardware and Software Assumptions

  • You have a target device that meets the Requirements for an Embedded Device.
  • You have the Image Builder Wizard DVD that matches the architecture of your device, such as x86.

To relocate the Image Builder Files

Use xcopy.exe to copy the Image Builder Wizard DVD to a location that your device can access, such as a UFD, or network share and type the following, replacing <dvd_drive> with the letter of your DVD-ROM drive and <network_drive> with the letter of your mapped network drive:

xcopy <dvd_drive>:\*.* /e <network_drive>:\wes

Note

Paths to distribution shares greater than 90 characters may result in failures if the Windows max_path is exceeded. These errors can be difficult to troubleshoot so it's advised to use short paths and mappings to avoid this problem.

See Also

Concepts

Windows Embedded Standard 7 Media

Other Resources

XCopy