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You can use Windows Imaging toolkit (WIM) to capture the state of a client computer to a WIM file. You can use Windows Imaging toolkit (WIM) to capture the state of a client computer to a WIM file. Using WIM files allows you to quickly roll back, or restore, a Windows 10 client to a previous point in time. For more information about WIM files and how to use them, see Windows imaging toolkit (WIM).
Capture a user profile using the Windows Imaging toolkit (WIM) In a Windows OS, users are required to set a profile for themselves before doing any specific task. For example, while installing software they might be required to input their name and password.
But what if this profile cant be accessed because it wasnt stored on a particular location or it has been deleted A user profile could contain all the information which is required to run an application on a computer, and can be managed separately with applications like Windows Disk Imager.
The user profile images can be saved by you from the remote client machine. These are saved as the WIM files, containing information of all information stored in a user account. You can also use the Windows imaging toolkit (WIM) to capture the profile and store it as a WIM file.
Capture and restore the settings of a users desktop environment and system data Using the Windows imaging toolkit (WIM), you can capture the state of a user desktop environment and all the data associated with their account. All the changes made on that account can be stored in a WIM file and then saved to a new location. Later on, the changes can be applied back to the account if required. 3d9ccd7d82