I'm trying to generate a custom bootable Windows 10 ISO using the command prompt (it needs to be automatable so GUI won't work). I've been trying to use
mkisofs but not sure which options are needed for bootable Windows 10. I've tried from the directory containing the Windows files:
mkisofs -no-emul-boot -b boot/etfsboot.com -boot-load-seg 0x07C0 -boot-load-size 8 -udf -joliet-long -D -N -relaxed-filenames -allow-limited-size -l -J -r -iso-level 3 -o win1809v2auto.iso .
But the result won't start in VMware Workstation. Does anyone know what the correct flags are that I need?
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