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Microsoft originally provided Windows XP VM image download, but stopped providing it on its website after the company stopped service on WinXP. If you still need WinXP VM to conduct testing, you can obtain it via the WinXP mode in Windows 7 VM. We provided a lecture slides on how to do it under VirtualBox (ppt). Here is an example online tutorial webpage (link).
In our own PenTesting teaching, we always use the WinXP VM image file we downloaded many years ago when Microsoft still provided it. Instuctors have to find a way to obtain such WinXP image file by themselves. Assume that you have already obtained the original WinXP VM image. Here is the way to create vulnerable WinXP:
After all security patches being removed, you can create the vulnerable WinXP VM image for others and students to use. On VirtualBox, click menu 'File' --> 'Export appliance' to generate a single .ova image file. Since the WinXP VM is valid for 30 days, the created vulnerable WinXP VM would be good to use for PenTesting for 30 days as well.
In the Windows 7 VM image provided by Microsoft, the OS has pre-installed around 120 security patches. Thus manual patch removal is not scalable and too time consuming. Fortunately, Windows 7 supports PowerShell script execution, and we have produced a PowerShelll script that can automatically removal partial or all security patches. The script can be downloadedhere. The detailed PowerShell code is shown in the following figure:
In addition, the Starter edition also has some unique limitations to prevent it from displacing more expensive versions of Windows XP. Only three applications can be run at once on the Starter edition, and each application may open a maximum of three windows. The maximum screen resolution is 1024×768, and there is no support for workgroup networking or domains. In addition, the Starter edition is licensed only for low-end processors like Intel's Celeron or AMD's Duron and Sempron. There is also a 512 MB limit on main memory and a 120 GB disk size limit. Microsoft has not made it clear, however, if this is for total disk space, per partition, or per disk. There are also fewer options for customizing the themes, desktop, and taskbar.
ISO files are actually images of complete CDs or DVDs compiled as one whole image file (*.iso), just like Ghost does for hard disks and partitions. ISO images can be loaded into several different CD/DVD recording software packages to create CDs or DVDs.
You can use CDBurn.exe that is included in the Windows Server 2003 Support Tools (read Download Windows 2003 Reskit Tools for more info). ISO CD-ROM Burner Tool (CDBurn) is a command-line tool that allows the user to write (burn) data images from image files located on the hard drive to compact disc (CD) recordable (CD-R) and CD rewritable (CD-RW) media. The data image can be any kind of data, even raw data. This tool can also be used to erase CD-RW media. Example: Burn a CD From an Image File When a Drive Letter is Assigned to the CD Burner. Type the following at the command line:
The drive letter assigned to the burner in this example is D and the image file being written is located at c:dotnet_usa_3678.IDS_x86fre_srv.iso. The default burn speed for this tool is 4x. The maximum burn speed is limited by the maximum speed of the burner. Use the speed parameter to set the burn speed. The max parameter sets the burn speed of the CD burner to maximum.
You can update ESXi hosts by manually downloading the patch ZIP file from the VMware download page and installing VIBs by using the esxcli software vib update command. Additionally, you can update the system by using the image profile and the esxcli software profile update command.
In case of Stateless Caching, after the ESXi image is cached on a 512n, 512e, USB, or 4Kn target disk, the ESXi stateless boot from autodeploy might fail on a system reboot. This occurs if autodeploy service is down.
The system attempts to search for the cached ESXi image on the disk, next in the boot order. If the ESXi cached image is found, the host is booted from it. In legacy BIOS, this feature works without problems. However, in the UEFI mode of the BIOS, the next device with the cached image might not be found. As a result, the host cannot boot from the image even if the image is present on the disk.
The image has been created on 5th March, 2013 and is in OVF format. This means that the image should also work with other virtualization tools, not only with VirtualBox. The image has been tested on Windows 7 and Ubuntu 13.04.
Cause: A P2V conversion occurs when a disk image is created by performing the Windows installation process on a physical machine and then importing a copy of that Windows installation into a VM. VMs that are created as the result of a P2V conversion are not supported by Amazon EC2 VM import. Amazon EC2 VM import only supports Windows images that were natively installed inside the source VM.
To add the Windows XP SP2 ISO image to the virtual machine, right-click on the DVD device and click Settings. With the CD/DVD device selected, click the Browse button to add the SP2 ISO location to the Use ISO Image File section.
When the Service Pack 2 ISO image is automatically mounted to the system, you will automatically see the Readme page. Close the Readme.HTM webpage and open My Computer. To view the contents of the ISO image mounted in the Removable Storage section, click the right button and then click Open.
While VMWare vCenter Converter 6.0 Standalone supports TIBs up to ATI Home 11 or Echo 9.5, i.e. 2007 AD..., it isn't the way to go considering that the VMWare following version, 6.1, dropped the support for third-party image conversion as a whole.
In other words it is not possible to convert TIBs directly to VMDK (VMware image format) with TrueImage any longer, but you can boot a newly created VMware VM with an Acronis Live CD and restore the TIBs you have stored into the empty VM, - using either Acronis ATI 2015/2016 Rescue Media CDs and VMware Workstation 11/12. This is what you did using ATI 2015 Bootable Rescue Media and Oracle VirtualBox.
2) Build VM, but leave the drive blank (no OS installed). Make sure when you build the VM it is either UEFI or Legacy, picking the one that the original OS on the physical machine was installed as. Boot the Acronis bootable rescue media as a virtual CD/DVD (via mounted .iso) in the new VM. Restore the backup image to the VM hard drive. In most cases that's it. However, if there are special RAID controllers on the VM hardware, use Universal Restore to add those drivers if need be.
For those who migrate a GPT UEFI Windows to VMware Workstation - UEFI mode should be enabled in the virtual machine properties before restoring Acronis image. For that, edit .vmx file in Notepad and add the following line:
Then recover the image using Acronis bootable media. If the restored system fails to boot with a BSOD with code, ending with 7B, then you need to boot the virtual machine with Universal Restore media and apply the Universal Restore using the VMware drivers for the virtual disk controllers.
5 June 2021 - New Release 3.50.2 BetaChanges:- Up to 2 million images in the image collection.- Faster User Inteface with large image collections.30 May 2021 - New Release 3.50.1Fixes:- Improved macOS support fixing a few issues.- Fixed WebMosaic issue on Safari. 7 April 2021 - New Release 3.50.0Changes:- Added WebMosaic feature. - Faster performance when building the Image List. - Added Code Signing for improved security (only Windows).- Support for macOS Catalina, Big Sur and Monterey.15 March 2021 - New Release 3.39.12 BetaChanges:- Improved WebMosaic feature- Faster performance at the Build Image List- Fixed main Image size reporting7 February 2021 - New Release 3.39.11 BetaChanges:- Improved WebMosaic feature26 January 2021 - New Release 3.39.5 BetaChanges:- Added WebMosaic feature11 November 2020 - New Release 3.39.4 BetaChanges:- Improved Support for macOS Catalina4 October 2020 - New Release 3.39.3 BetaChanges:- Improved Support for macOS Catalina3 October 2020 - New Release 3.39.2 BetaChanges:- Minor Improvements.- Added Code Signing for improved security.8 December 2019 - New Release 3.39.0Changes and Fixes: - Play Sound at end of Mosaic creation.- Fixed macOS Tile List Creation Issue.- Fixed Windows XP compatibility (libcurl.dll).- Updated Setup DLLs.- Fixed a rare crash.- Added List of Unused Images in Text Report.- Added Tile# and Image# in the Text Report. 5 June 2019 - New Release 3.38.6 BetaChanges:- Added Tile# and Image# in the Text Report. 24 April 2019 - New Release 3.38.5 BetaChanges:- Added List of Unused Images in the Text Report. 18 March 2019 - New Release 3.38.4 BetaFixes:- Fixed a rare crash. 21 February 2019 - New Release 3.38.3 BetaFixes:- Updated Setup DLL's 24 January 2019 - New Release 3.38.1 BetaFixes:- Fixed macOS Tile List Creation Issue.- Fixed Windows XP compatibility (libcurl.dll).9 August 2018 - New Release 3.38.0Changes and Fixes: - Updated Build System and latest Libraries- Added Turkish translation and minor UI changes. 31 May 2018 - New Release 3.37.5 BetaChanges:- Updated Build System. 12 January 2018 - New Release 3.37.4 BetaNews:- Added Turkish translation and minor UI changes. 24 March 2017 - New Release 3.37.1 BetaChanges:- Updated Librares and Development Environment.12 March 2017 - New Release 3.37.0 News: - Background Transparency option in TIFF and Photoshop File Format.- Tile Layers option in Photoshop File Format. - New advanced option for Web Page creation. Tiles can be copied in a subfolder or linked to the original location. - New main option Adapt Size which replaces Integral Tiles and Adjust Tile Size. - Added Advanced option on OS X to disable native file open dialog. - Added two new patterns: Landscape (7 rows) and Landscape (10 rows). - Added new advanced option Adjust Tile Size. If enabled it is not necessary to use Integral Tiles for avoiding the last column/row to be cropped. This feature is not enabled with Parquet Pattern. - Added two new patterns: Landscape (7 rows) and Landscape (10 rows). 2b1af7f3a8