Customers trying to update Task Sequences with the UIUPM would crash.
Fixed an issue relating to how UIUPM interacts with the Configuration Manager.
In situations when the media build process fails to complete the DISM mountpoints would not be cleaned up under certain conditions.
Code was modified to ensure proper and complete mountpoint cleanup.
If no UIU databases (UDB's) are found in the current UIU Repository, the Boot+ operation crashes.
This now results in a descriptive error presented in the lower left dialog.
Clicking "Custom Drivers" in the Repository Manager control could crash. (This occurred if the Repository was not internally initialized, (e.g. updating the Repository would cause it to be initialized internally, therefore clicking "Custom Drivers" after an update operation would work properly, but clicking it before could cause a crash.)
Code was modified to correct this condition.
UIU proxy support has been overhauled. This new development should facilitate proxy support (address/port), and optionally, a username/password.
Servicing older Windows PE media (3.x & 4.x) requires 32-bit specific binaries (DISM) which do not load under a 64-bit process, resulting in error conditions. Big Bang recommends that Winodw PE version 10 be employed. Contact UIU Support for additional information.
The UIU Plug-ins 2.0 with SCCM (as of UIU 2.2.2.x) now requires the .NET 4.6 Framework.
Founded in 2001, Big Bang is a software development and training company located in Milwaukee, WI. Our many years of training IT professionals to use Symantec Ghost led to the development of our flagship software application—the Universal Imaging Utility.
Since its release in 2004, our customers have used the UIU to deploy Windows operating systems to millions of PCs throughout the world.
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