• Third party tools and resources
  • ADDENDA Addenda 1. Table of built-in Windows XP utilities
  • Addenda 2. General Microsoft resources
  • Addenda 3. Third-party resources
  • Third party installation monitoring tools
  • Addenda 4. Useful keyboard shortcuts
  • Addenda 5. Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Troubleshooter
  • Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Developer Resource Kit Componentizing Windows xp professional for embedded systems developers




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    Servicing-related Microsoft Corporation on-line resources


    Windows XP Embedded Team Blog site

    Supporting Windows XP Embedded-based Devices

    Servicing Windows XP Embedded SP2

    Deploy a Run-Time Image

    Manage and service a run-time image

    Building Serviceable Devices

    Using SUS with Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2

    Bootable CD-ROM

    Microsoft Security Site

    Microsoft Support Lifecycle

    Microsoft Systems Management Server 2003

    SMS 2003 SP1 Advanced Client for Windows XP Embedded

    SMS 2003 Advanced Client pre-requisites macro component for Windows XP Embedded

    Managing Windows XP Embedded Systems with SMS 2003 sp3

    Deploying a Windows XP Embedded Runtime

    Third party tools and resources


    Sean Liming’s XPe Center

    The XPe Files

    WindowsForDevices.com

    Glossary


    Componentized update

    An update that is applied to the Standard 2009 component database. In order to use newly installed componentized updates, you must use Target Designer to rebuild your run-time image.

    Desktop update (or Runtime update)

    This is an update that was designed for deployment into a Windows platform operating system. This mechanism is inherited by Standard 2009.

    As contrasted against a Standard 2009 Componentized update, which is an update to the Standard 2009 component database used by Target Designer, a desktop (a.k.a. run-time) update is directly applied to a specific already-deployed Standard 2009 (XP Embedded) runtime image. While many XP Pro desktop updates are identical to Standard 2009 desktop updates there are exceptions. You obtain your updates from the OEM Secure web site for both technical and licensing reasons.



    DUA

    Device Update Agent

    EWF

    Enhanced Write Filter

    Hotfix

    A single cumulative package composed of one or more files used to address a problem in a product. Hotfixes address a specific customer situation and may not be distributed outside the customer organization.

    OEM

    Original Equipment Manufacturer

    Security Update

    A broadly released fix for a product-specific, security-related vulnerability. Security vulnerabilities are rated based on their severity, which is indicated in the Microsoft security bulletin as critical, important, moderate, or low.

    Update (or Patch)

    This term is used to refer to any system update: Hotfix, QFE or Patch. The term QFE is no longer being used to describe updates.

    Update rollup

    A tested, cumulative set of hotfixes, security updates, critical updates, and updates packaged together for easy deployment. A rollup generally targets a specific area, such as security, or component of a product, such as Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS).

    Desktop QFE Installer (DQI)

    The infrastructure in the image that enables Desktop updates to correctly update the operating system in deployed Standard 2009 runtimes.


    ADDENDA

    Addenda 1. Table of built-in Windows XP utilities


    This table lists the relationship between Windows XP utilities and the Standard 2009 components that own these utilities.

    To start these utilities click Start, click Run, and then type the utility name in the Run dialog box. You can also start these utilities from a command prompt.



    Utility

    Description

    Standard 2009 component

    Access.cpl

    Accessibility options

    Accessibility Control Panel

    Append.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Appwiz.cpl

    Add or Remove Programs

    Add/Remove Programs Control Panel

    Cacls.exe

    Display or modify Access Control Lists (ACLs) of files

    In FP2007, use Primitive:cacls.exe.

    Prior to FP2007, the ACL inspection utility, CACLS.EXE, is found in the XP Embedded Repository but no component owns it. You can copy it to the Windows\system folder of your embedded image for testing purposes.



    Certmgr.msc

    Certificates Manager

    Certificate MMC Snap-In

    Ciadv.msc

    Indexing service

    Indexing Service

    Cmd.exe

    System command prompt

    CMD - Windows Command Processor

    Command.com

    MS-DOS shell

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Compmgmt.msc

    Computer Management

    Administration Support Tools

    Dcomcnfg.exe

    Component Services

    COM+ Services

    Debug.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Desk.cpl

    Display Properties

    Class Install Library - Desk

    Devmgmt.msc

    Device Management

    Device Manager

    Dfrg.msc

    Disk Defragmenter

    Disk Defragmenter Core

    Diskmgmt.msc

    Disk Management

    Disk Management MMC Snap-In

    Diskpart.exe

    Disk Management via command line

    Disk Management Command Line Utilities

    Dosx.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Drwatson.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Edit.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Edlin.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Eventvwr.msc

    Eventvwr.exe



    Event Viewer

    Administration Support Tools

    Exe2bin.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Explorer.exe

    Windows File Explorer

    Explorer Application

    Fastopen.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Finger.exe

    Report user information via finger service

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Forcedos.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Fsmgmt.msc

    File System management

    Administration Support Tools

    Gdi.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Gpedit.msc

    Group Policy Editor

    Group Policy Core Administration MMC Snap-In

    Graftabl.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Graphics.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Hdwwiz.cpl

    Add Hardware Wizard

    Add Hardware Control Panel

    Hostname.exe

    Report computer name

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Iis.msc

    Internet Information Service Management

    IIS Internet Manager

    Inetcpl.cpl

    Internet Properties

    Pre FP2007: Internet Explorer

    FP2007: Primitive:inetcpl.cpl



    Intl.cpl

    Regional and Language Options

    International Control Panel

    Ipconfig

    Windows IP Configuration

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Joy.cpl

    Game Controllers

    DirectInput

    Kb16.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Loadfix.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Lusrmgr.msc

    Local Users and Groups

    Users Control Panel

    Main.cpl

    Mouse properties

    Keyboard & Mouse Control Panel

    Mem.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Mmc.exe

    Microsoft Management Console

    Microsoft Management Console

    Mmsys.cpl

    Sounds and Audio Devices Properties

    Primitive: MMSYS

    Mrinfo.exe

    Multicast Router info (see Q225158 and Technet)

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Mscdexnt.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Mstsc.exe

    Remote Desktop (Terminal Services Client)

    Terminal Server Client

    Ncpa.cpl

    Network connections

    Netshell

    Net.exe

    Console based network management tool

    Net.exe Utility

    Notepad.exe

    Notepad editor tool

    Windows Accessories

    Nslfunc.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Ntmsmgr.msc

    Removable Storage manager

    Removable Storage MMC Snap-In

    Ntmsoprq.msc

    Removable Storage Operator Requests

    Removable Storage MMC Snap-In

    Ntvdm.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Nusrmgr.cpl

    User Accounts

    Users Control Panel

    Nwc.cpl

    Client Services for NetWare

    Client Services for NetWare

    Odbccp32.cpl

    ODBC Data Source Administrator

    Microsoft Data Access Components (MDAC)

    Pentnt.exe

    Identify whether processor chip has floating point division error problem.

    Misc. Command Line Tools

    Perfmon.msc

    Performance Monitor

    Performance Monitor

    Ping.exe

    IP ping test tool

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Powercfg.cpl

    Power Options Properties

    Power Meter Control Panel

    Rcp.exe

    Remote copy service

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Redir.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Reg.exe

    Console based registry maintenance tool

    Misc. Command Line Tools

    Regedit.exe

    Regedt32.exe



    Registry Editor

    Registry Editor

    Rexec.exe

    Run commands via remote REXEC service

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Route.exe

    Manipulates network routing tables

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Rsh.exe

    Run commands via remote RSH service

    TCP/IP Utilities

    Rsop.msc

    Resultant Set of Policy

    Group Policy Core Administration MMC Snap-In

    Secpol.msc

    Local Security Settings

    Security Settings Editor

    Services.msc

    Services.exe



    System services

    Administration Support Tools

    Setver.exe

    Sets the version number that MS-DOS reports to a program

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Share.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Shutdown.exe

    Shuts down the system

    Misc. Command Line Tools

    Sysdm.cpl

    System Properties

    System Control Panel

    Sysedit.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Taskmgr.exe

    Windows Task Manager

    Task Manager

    Telephon.cpl

    Phone and Modem Options

    Phone and Modem Control Panel

    Timedate.cpl

    Date and Time Properties

    Date/Time Control Panel

    Tracert.exe

    IP trace routing

    TCP/IP Utilities

    User.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Win.com

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Winhelp.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Winspool.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Wmimgmt.msc

    Windows Management Infrastructure

    WMI Tools

    Wowdeb.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Wowexec.exe

    MS-DOS utility

    Dos Windows on Windows Support

    Addenda 2. General Microsoft resources


    Windows Embedded Standard 2009

    Windows Sysinternals (for FileMon, RegMon, Process Monitor, Process Explorer etc.)

    Windows Embedded Standard Team Blog

    Microsoft Debugging Tools for Windows

    Technet contains useful setting configuration information that is also applicable to Standard 2009 devices which are componentized versions of Windows XP Professional:



    Microsoft Technet

    Alphabetical listing of links to most XP Pro resource kits:



    Windows Resource Kits - Web Resources

    Addenda 3. Third-party resources

    Third party web sites


    Useful Tools for Creating Components and Troubleshooting Configurations

    XPEFILES: Windows XP Embedded Resource Center

    Sean Liming’s XPe Center

    Windows For Devices

    Hard Real-Time with VenturCom RTX on Microsoft Windows XP and Windows XP Embedded

    Managing a Real-Time Hardware Interface with INtime® and Windows XP Embedded

    Real-Time Operating Systems: INtime Architecture

    Windows Embedded Developers Interest Group

    Dependency Walker

    Third party installation monitoring tools


    These tools are useful for discovering changes in the operating system due to installing an application, or for detecting what happens under the hood when any OS configuration change is made:

    PC Magazine InCtrl5

    Ashampoo Uninstaller Suite


    Books


    Windows XP Embedded Step by Step, James Beau Sceri.

    Windows XP Embedded Advanced, Sean Liming. ISBN 0929392779.

    Newsgroups

    Discussions in Windows XP Embedded ,

    or Welcome to MSDN Discussion Groups -Search for “XPe” or “xp embedded”

    Use to search the Windows XP Embedded newsgroups.

    Google Groups link:



    Microsoft.public.windowsxp.embedded

    or search Google Groups and include the following terms in your searches: XPe or XP Embedded.



    Microsoft Developer Network Forums

    Windows Embedded Standard Forum

    Addenda 4. Useful keyboard shortcuts


    Listed below are keyboard shortcuts that are useful when testing a Standard 2009 Runtime. They are listed roughly in order of usefulness.

    [ Key]+R

    Display the Run Dialog Box

    [ Key]+[BREAK]

    Open the System Properties Control Panel

    [ Key]+E

    Open Windows Explorer

    [ Key]+F

    Find a file or folder

    [ Key]+[CNTL]+F

    Find a computer

    [ Key]+[F1]

    Start Windows Help

    [ Key]+[TAB]

    Activate open programs listed in the taskbar, in order

    [ Key]+M

    Minimize all dialog boxes with the minimize buttons

    [ Key]+[SHIFT]+M

    Maximize all dialog boxes that were minimized using the
    [ Key]+M shortcut

    [ Key]

    Open the start menu same as [CTRL]+[ESC]

    [ Key]+L

    Lock

    [ Key]+D

    Show desktop

    [ Key]+U

    Utility manager


    Addenda 5. Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Troubleshooter


    Search this table by subject and/or issue.

    Tip: After you have clicked on a hyperlink reference found in this table, you can return to this table using the following keystroke combination:



    • Hold down the key and then press the key.

    Subject Type

    Issue

    Hyperlinks / Strategies / Solutions

    Component

    Device Driver componentizing

    Creating driver components

    Component

    Bug in componentized security update

    Deploying Microsoft security updates

    1. Make sure all the very latest updates have been installed in your component database from the OEM Secure web site (obtain access through your license distributor).

    2. Contact Microsoft Support


    Component

    Componentizing an application (your application or a third party's)

    Creating custom components

    Component

    EEF; EWF with HORM

    Hibernation and EWF

    Component

    EEF; EWF or FBWF and Registry Filter (domain joining or Remote Desktop TSCAL license issue)

    Registry Filter

    Component

    EEF; SDI

    System Deployment Image

    Booting from an SDI file

    RAM boot using SDI

    SDI

    Component

    Event Viewer; messages incomplete or cryptic

    Event Logging

    Incomplete Event log messages are typically due to missing Event Log registry keys



    Component

    Missing; preventing an OEM or third party app from running correctly

    Creating custom components

    Dependency Walker

    PC Magazine InCtrl5

    Filemon

    Regmon

    If your application runs in XP Pro but not Standard 2009, then one or more components may be missing in the Standard 2009 design, that your application depends on. Use Inctrl5, Dependency Walker, FileMon, RegMon etc. as needed to analyze missing binaries and registry entries. Use these tools to monitor your application in both XP Pro and Standard 2009.



    Component

    Searching for components

    Search for the component by name in this document.

    Search the companion spreadsheet "Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Components.xls".

    Search by component name in Target Designer's leftmost pane.


    Component

    WMI

    Search the companion spreadsheet "Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Components.xls" for all components containing "WMI" or sort on its WMI column.

    Component

    WMI; Performance Counters do not work

    Some performance counters such as processor related counters require that the pagefile be turned on in order to work. Choose one of three options:

    1. Turn on pagefile support in your Processor component and rebuild the image.

    2. Build image with pagefile turned off and then after image has completed FBA, enable perfos.dll using EXCTRLST.EXE (a tool that comes with the Support Tools on the XP Pro CD)

    3. Apply the following hotfix: KB884558. If you are the OEM and this resolves the issue, contact Microsoft support to obtain an OEM redistribution license for this hotfix.



    Device driver

    Programmatic starting, stopping and disabling

    1. Use the Devcon.exe tool, compile the source code available in the Windows Driver Kit.

    2. Or obtain Devcon.exe here: KB311212



    End user

    An end user of an XPe device has questions or problems.

    The OEM is responsible for end user support.

    Chapter 6. Servicing

    End user

    End user Wishes to enhance an OEM device image (such as a Wyse or HP thin client device)

    Image ownership considerations

    End users need to contact the OEM (Wyse or HP) for advice regarding allowed image modifications. Thin clients are still "limited functionality runtime devices" per licensing agreement.



    FBA

    Blue screen / hangs

    Troubleshoot First Boot Agent errors yourself

    FBA

    Continuous rebooting

    First Boot Agent (FBA) reboots repeatedly

    FBA

    Fails with error messages

    Troubleshoot First Boot Agent errors yourself

    Feature

    Looking for a specific component feature functionality or availability

    Search for desired components by keyword or category, in the "Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Components.xls" spreadsheet.

    Feature

    Hard fail OS problem; Hard failure, likely due to a Standard 2009 component not functioning / component bug

    Development Master Checklist

    A necessary component is probably missing.

    1. Use development procedures to ensure that critical boot devices are properly set up

    2. Search for desired components by keyword or category, in the "Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Components.xls" spreadsheet.



    Feature

    Intermittent OS problem; Intermittent feature functionality (likely an XP Pro issue)

    Intermittent issues are typically not caused by missing Standard 2009 components. If possible, see if the issue can reproduce in a full XP Pro environment. In any event, treat the issue as an XP Pro type troubleshooting issue, not Standard 2009.

    Feature

    Minlogon vs. Windows Logon tradeoffs

    Winlogon vs. Minlogon

    Introduction to Minlogon

    Also search this document for "Minlogon".



    Getting started

    Differences between Operating System (OS) platforms and versions

    How can I identify Operating System version, Service Pack level, and specific XP Embedded platform?

    Chapter 2. Overview and Evaluation

    Headless design

    Developing and/or servicing a device that uses no video and/or keyboard and/or mouse

    Headless System

    Headless Device Video Driver Processing

    Disk image

    Footprint (disk image size) reduction

    Image Footprint Reduction

    Disk image

    Servicing issues or questions

    Chapter 6. Servicing

    Disk image

    Storage media preparation (initializing and formatting)

    Preparing storage media for EWF

    BootPrep

    Disk image

    Surprise power loss / image / hard disk corruption

    File system and/or disk media content corruption issues

    Disk image

    Cloning and FBRESEAL problems including machine ident/uniqueness

    MSDTC and Cloning

    System Cloning Tool and FBRESEAL

    System cloning / Fbreseal

    Disk image

    Image upgrade; CMI errors and/or the design will no longer load.

    Your design reports CMI Error 0x800A01C9 (or other CMI errors)

    Other CMI Errors encountered

    Disk image

    Design fails to boot

    When you boot your Standard 2009 runtime for the first time, you receive an error message

    The target Standard 2009 system hangs or produces a blue screen upon first boot

    You receive an "NTLDR missing" error message before you receive the operating system selection screen

    You receive a "HAL.DLL not found" error message after you receive the operating system selection screen

    You receive a "Computer disk hardware configuration" error message after you receive the operating system selection screen

    How to avoid receiving a "Missing pci.sys" error message or avoid missing other critical boot devices during initial boot of the runtime

    How to avoid the "Stop Error 6B" error during the initial boot of the runtime

    How to avoid the "Stop Error 7B" error during the initial boot of the runtime

    The embedded device skips the operating system selection menu

    The embedded device reboots after you select an operating system

    A blue screen occurs, displaying Bugcheck 74 "BAD_SYSTEM_CONFIG_INFO", STOP: 0x00000074

    License

    Run time license does not work

    How do I obtain and configure Licensing PIDs?

    How to upgrade your database to the licensed version

    License

    Upgrading from eval to licensed

    How to upgrade your database to the licensed version

    NT Embedded

    (Windows NT Embedded is no longer formally supported)

    -

    Package

    MUI or Language Support questions or issues

    Multilingual User Interface (MUI)

    Multilingual User Interface Pack

    Performance

    Boot time optimizing

    Boot time performance

    The fastest boot performance can generally be obtained using HORM:



    Hibernation and EWF

    Minlogin can also shorten the boot time, however User Account functionality is lost which causes many other features that depend on User Accounts, crypto etc. will no longer function:



    Winlogon vs. Minlogon

    Introduction to Minlogon

    Performance

    Run time optimizing

    Boot time performance

    EWF Performance Considerations

    Maximizing performance of Remote Boot clients

    Growing EWF files when using EWF-RAM

    Performance

    Real time performance questions

    Whether Standard 2009 can accommodate your specific real time performance needs depends on many factors. Worst case latency depends on the latency of the slowest device drivers installed in the system. If quicker response time or more accurate I/O timing is needed, consider third party tools (search the internet using these search terms: "xp embedded" "real time") and/or consider implementing custom hardware with a dedicated microcontroller as a buffering liaison between Standard 2009 and the real world.

    Post-FBA configuration

    3rd party Anti-virus

    Runtimes and Antivirus Software

    Post-FBA configuration

    OS Feature settings customization

    Development Master Checklist

    Quality Assurance Checklist

    Servicing

    Configuring an image for debuggability, including crash dump (dump files) capability, and configuring an image with necessary debug tools.

    Debugging

    Introduction to the Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Component Manifest

    Component development, debugging and testing tools

    Hodge Podge Lodge: Remote Debugging, Localization, and Globalization in Windows XP Embedded

    How to judge whether a previous DUA command was successful or failed

    Servicing

    Deploying SCCM (SMS) or WSUS (SUS)

    System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

    Device deployment and servicing options

    Systems Management Server (SMS)

    Managing Windows XP Embedded Systems with SMS 2003 sp3

    Windows System Update Server Version 2.0 (WSUS)

    Using SUS with Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2

    Servicing

    Update or Hotfix Request - XP Pro feature specific

    Can I use Windows XP desktop Updates (hot fixes) in a deployed Standard 2009 runtime?

    You can typically download hotfixes (for test purposes only) directly from the web. For example:


    Availability of Windows XP COM+ Hotfix Rollup Package 9

    Tools Installation

    Problem installing tools and/or database

    Problems installing Standard 2009 Studio

    Tools

    ImageDiff

    Using Image Difference Engine (ImageDiff)

    Tools

    Learning and using Component Designer

    Component Designer

    Tools

    Learning and using Target Designer

    Target Designer

    Tools

    SQL Server; Cannot connect to component database

    Administering a Shared Database

    Note that Standard 2009 accommodates Target Designer and Component Designer running on a different computer than where the Component Database resides. For each computer, edit the Component Database Manager's Database server location in order to reference the computer that contains the Component Database. If only one computer is used, the default Database server location is the name of the computer.



    Tools

    Target Analyzer (TAP)

    Target Analyzer

    Tools

    Target Design file (.slx) will not load (CMI errors)

    Your design reports CMI Error 0x800A01C9 (or other CMI errors)

    Other CMI Errors encountered

    Tools

    Target Designer; one or more components have a round blue up-arrow icon associated with it.

    From Target Designer use Configuration->Upgrade Configuration to ensure that the design gets updated with the latest components. Then run Dependency Checker and save the updated design.

    Tools

    Target Designer; Dependency check fails with errors

    This can happen if the design (.SLX) version is out of sync with the Component Database version.

    1. If you have made updates to the Component Database, your design (.SLX) is old and needs updating. From Target Designer use Configuration->Upgrade Configuration to ensure that the design gets updated with the latest components. Then run Dependency Checker.

    2. If the version of the component database is older than the version of the design (.SLX) or is missing components that are referenced in the design, upgrade the component database to the latest Service Pack and then install the latest Security Updates from the OEM Secure web site. Install your custom components that are referenced in the design. Then try loading your design.

    If the above does not apply, the component database is likely corrupted; reinstall.



    Tools

    WinPE

    Deploying images using Windows Preinstallation Environment

    RAM boot and WinPE

    RAM boot using SDI

    XP Pro inherited

    Service; creating, starting, stopping and disabling

    Using Component Designer to create a Service Resource for a component

    How to create a Windows service by using Sc.exe

    Controlling a Service using SC

    Feature

    Shell / UI configuration

    Configuring the User Interface (shell)

    License

    Requesting an OEM Redistribution license for a Standard 2009 feature intended for end users

    The OEM (Standard 2009 image developer) should work with their Microsoft Technical Account Manager regarding licensing issues.

    1 If you use Sysprep in concert with EWF, consider using EWF-RAM-REG, since the image deployment process does not automatically clone the disk-resident EWF Partition. EWF-RAM-REG does not use an EWF partition.

    2 Storage media must be writable in order to be able to change the state of the EWF settings in the EWF partition. The answer in this checkbox is YES if it is acceptable to perform limited writes to the EWF partition, located on the same flash media as the protected volume.

    3 Before running FBA, you must physically connect the disk device corresponding to the alternate boot device, to your embedded device. Otherwise the image deployed to Ramdisk will not see the disk drive. A workaround is to delete the disk driver entry in the critical device database (HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\RemoteBoot\ControlSetxxx\Control\CriticalDeviceDatabase\gendisk)

    4 Click on this link for more information: Using SUS with Windows XP Embedded Service Pack 2

    5 Click on these links for more information:
    SMS 2003 SP1 Advanced Client for Windows XP Embedded
    SMS 2003 Advanced Client pre-requisites macro component for Windows XP Embedded
    Managing Windows XP Embedded Systems with SMS 2003 sp3
    SCCM 2007 Prereq Macro is Fully Tested with CTP!
    Macro Pre-Requisite Component for SCCM Client is Now Available

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