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Is it possible to create a Windows 7 installer ISO image with software installed and configured?

For example I install a clean Windows, configure it, install some necessary software etc. and I make an installer from the current system. Next time I want to install Windows, just run the installer, and I have my system with the right settings, and software pre-installed and configured.

Is it possible?

marked as duplicate by Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 windows-7 Mar 18 '15 at 15:43

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The application rt7lite was created specifically to allow you to create slipstream Windows 7 installs. There are other ways; MSDN has some other recommended methods you should probably read. Some posts in that thread argue against using rt7lite.


You can to think about Almeza Multiset


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