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    Windows Defender Offline Update via proxy with authentication

    I have managed to add wims to out WDS server when I need to do a offline scan of a suspected computer. I'm trying to get it to update through a proxy, authenticated. I've tried adding the proxy setting in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Internet Settings\Connections by mounting the boot.wim and loading the software hive. I was hoping for a login box, but it fails. Is their a way to do this? Has anybody enabled internet access in the winpe environment using a proxy?

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    Hello ,

    I have the same Problem. Has anyone an Resolution ?

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    ### Script to download Windows Defender offline defintions and insert them in wim file for x86 and x64.
    ## x64 image
    $env:Path = "c:\windows"
    regedit /S e:\wdo\no_proxy.reg
    $urlx64 = "http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=121721&arch=x64"
    $pathx64 = "e:\wdo\x64\mpam-fe.exe"
    $client = new-object System.Net.WebClient
    $client.DownloadFile( $urlx64, $pathx64 )
    $env:Path = "C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86";
    imagex /mountrw "e:\wdo\x64\boot_x64.wim" 1 e:\mount
    copy "e:\wdo\x64\mpam-fe.exe" "e:\mount\mpam-fex64.exe"
    imagex /commit e:\mount
    imagex /unmount e:\mount
    imagex /cleanup
    $env:Path = "C:\windows\system32";
    wdsutil /replace-image /Image:"Windows Defender Offline x64" /ImageType:Boot /Architecture:x64 /ReplacementImage /ImageFile:"E:\wdo\x64\boot_x64.wim" /Name:"Windows Defender Offline x64"
    ## x86 image
    $env:Path = "c:\windows"
    regedit /S e:\wdo\no_proxy.reg
    $urlx86 = "http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=121721&arch=x86"
    $pathx86 = "e:\wdo\x86\mpam-fe.exe"
    $client = new-object System.Net.WebClient
    $client.DownloadFile( $urlx86, $pathx86 )
    $env:Path = "C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86";
    imagex /mountrw "e:\wdo\x86\boot_x86.wim" 1 e:\mount
    copy "e:\wdo\x86\mpam-fe.exe" "e:\mount\mpam-fe.exe"
    $env:Path = "C:\Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\x86";
    imagex /commit e:\mount
    imagex /unmount e:\mount
    imagex /cleanup
    $env:Path = "C:\windows\system32";
    wdsutil /replace-image /Image:"Windows Defender Offline x86" /ImageType:Boot /Architecture:x86 /ReplacementImage /ImageFile:"E:\wdo\x86\boot_x86.wim" /Name:"Windows Defender Offline x86"
    ###MW 10/05/2013

    This is a powershell script I did to update the wims however soem of its out of date depending ow your wds/pxe is done. My server also had a static IP to the firewall which allowed internet access. It was my first powershell script so its not great.

    Other than that You could add a static IP to the wim and allow the internet access through to that IP on the firewall. But you could only have it booted on 1 pc at any 1 time. Or you allow the domain (s) through your firewall. Or allow the domains unauthenticated through your proxy if the proxy setting works in winpe. Which i think it does just not authenticated.
    Last edited by free780; 19th March 2014 at 12:14 PM.

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