In principle, this only works if the customer owns the license and the customer has to provide you with VL media to create the image. For more information here: www.microsoft.com/en-us/Licensing/existing-customer/fulfillment.aspx#tab=2 by default if the build is based on Windows 7 (Windows 7 AIK, in this case) and USB 3 drivers are not found, you will be asked to download them. It is recommended to include these drivers for supporting USB 3 systems. Click Download to start the process. After the download, the license agreements are displayed. Click here to accept the licenses, then click OK to use the drivers. Another way to circumvent these legal licensing limitations is to automate the WinPE 3 construction steps on the customer page. You distribute a project that creates a WinPE3 and includes support for your software, which has been happening for years throughout Europe and the United States. Experience has pointed out to me that MS actually authorized some uses of Windows PE 2 when Vista was released, but not allowed custom PE 3 windows versions.
However, you can contact an SS representative and ask for his opinion on this issue, this should be the first step for you to get legal permission to distribute WinPE 3. There are mixed feelings about WinPE and its function in making the image available. The other day I read an article that someone did on WinPE. Most of the reviews on WinPE have been negative because you have to pay for it. You need to have a license to get WinPE, but if you have a license - or you can afford a license, this is a powerful tool that you can add to your belt. You can find the download page here: docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/get-started/adk-install The Windows PE 3 EULA (licensing agreement) is included in WAIK and clearly explains where/how to use Windows PE. My question here is, I would like to buy some (if that`s then what) type of license that would allow me to distribute my software legally with Win PE 3.0. I`d rather distribute a prefabricated ISO image, but acquiring the MS license is a-reach, it may be available to large organizations. No, it is not legal to sell.
You don`t have a license for Windows PE, Microsoft does. Changing the software doesn`t make it yours. Select Windows AIK Setup from the home screen menu. After a few initializations and the screen of the license agreement, the following dialog box appears: So I wondered what the restrictions were on the distribution of a copy of Windows PE. I have an image for restoration with some custom tools inside and I wondered if it is legal for me to sell it. Enter your image for windows license names and dench keys. Leave fields empty when you use the trial version of Image for Windows. Enter the license information for the image for Windows version that is included in Build. To skip this step in future builds when the format of previously entered or imported license information is validly displayed, check the option.