The x86 and amd64 installation manuals can be found as downloads at the bottom of this page


The WinPE version, both the amd64 and x86 build, do have limited options available. 

As an example below settings are 'allowed': 

cloud-act-code=

max-drive-errors=

ignore-usb-boot-drives=

wipe-level=

log-directory=removable

log-file-type=

log-filename-pattern=


Those as an example are 'not allowed':

smart-test-short=true

smart-error-log-max=

number-of-confirmations=1

stop-on-dirty=true

wipe-level-ssd/sshd/nvme=

second-wait-for-sanitation-progress=60

blink-successes=true

smart-max-remap=

enable-job-per-drive=true


'Allowed' and 'Not allowed' are not limited to above examples. 

Contact us at support@global-emea.com to get a full list of available settings.



Connecting to SAMBA:


To connect WinPe to Samba you need to add the connection settings to the ‘winpeshl.ini’ file you made during the setup of the WinPE ISO.  Please make sure you follow up below instructions carefully, any typo will make it fail to connect. 


Note: In this instructions some examples are used, make sure you change that so it fits your setup. 


wd-options.cfg

In the confior file you need to make sure 3 settings are setup. 

1. log-file-types=[value(s)]

Options: r=plain tekst, x=XML, p=PDF

Multiple may apply, e.g log-file-types=xp


2. log-directory=[drive location]

Use the drive letter where the share folder is located, e.g. log-directory=E:\


3. log-filename-pattern=[value(s)]

Use the pattern to re-name the saved files, make to add in brackets ( { & } )

Values are: hd-serial, date, time, time24, username, custom, serial, wipe-status, macaddress. Multiple may apply, use ‘-’ or ‘_’ between them.

Example: log-filename-pattern={hd-serial}-{wipe-status}


winpeshl.ini 

In this file there is a line to use the connection ‘net use’ here you can define a location, specify a user and password. 

It should be like this: net use [drive location] \\[IP]\[Folder name] /user:[user name] [password]

Example: net use E: \\192.168.10.20\SharedFolder /user:JohnDoe P@ssWord


On the first bootup of the WinPE version, see if the drive location can be found.

If, for any reason, the drive location cannot be found go to the command line and type in the ‘net use’ command (full string as set in the .ini file) to see if it works and the command is correct. If not, please contact support some help sorting this out. Make sure a picture is send to support. 


Upon request we do have empty WinPE builds available for testing, those can be requested at our support team.  


In case you have an issue please contact us at support@global-emea.com