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#1 leonmol

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Posted A week ago

Hello to all

I have downloaded the latest MistyPE.2017.04.01.zip set and now need to create a USB UEFI disk with BestCrypt Volume Encryption in it. Unfortunately Jetico has only instructions for using with plain vanila Winbuilder (adding their script and BCVE app itself). MistyPE seems to use different folder structure. Hence a couple of questions:

 

To which folder do I add bcve.script in Misty? 

 

Where do I copy BCVE app files? Jetico instructs to copy them to App folder in Winbuilder but Misty does not have this folder.

 

All help is appreciated. Thanks.

 


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#2 IAmTheTrueMeaningOfCovfefe

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Posted A week ago

I hope you get an answer to this question, I'd like to know too.

#3 Wonko the Sane

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Posted A week ago

I have downloaded the latest MistyPE.2017.04.01.zip set and now need to create a USB UEFI disk with BestCrypt Volume Encryption in it. Unfortunately Jetico has only instructions for using with plain vanila Winbuilder (adding their script and BCVE app itself). MistyPE seems to use different folder structure. 

Issue is that MistypE is not a "normal" Win10PE.

 

The "philosophy" behind MistyPE is  different from that of most other PE projects.

 

Right now Misty is in the process of rewriting (with correction/updates) this page:

http://mistyprojects...les/develop.htm

 

but you can get the essentials from this (archived) copy:

 

https://web.archive....les/develop.htm

 

If you want to use pre-made scripts, it would be easier to use another Project (such as the actual Win10PE), otherwise you will need to dirty your hands and adapt the script to the different (philosophy and) folder structure (which - more or less - equates to rewriting the .script), it is not only about changing a path or similar.

 

:duff:

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#4 leonmol

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Posted A week ago

Well, it's a pity ... 

I thought life would be easier  ;)

The hope was that someone had already done this 







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