Note: The content in this blog is for users who are familiar with using Image Configuration Editor (ICE) to create a fully resolved answer file. If you would like to learn how to create a fully resolved answer file, please refer to this blog article.
ICE provides easy ways to add custom files to your Windows Embedded Standard 2011 image and generate a bootable IBW Disk. This blog article explains how these are done in ICE.
If you’ve chosen to install the Windows Embedded Standard toolkit with Typical option, you should find the DS in <Root Drive>\Program Files\Windows Embedded Standard Windows Embedded Standard 2011\DS. In the DS, there is a folder called “$OEM$ FOLDERS”. From Windows explorer, create a folder structure MyApps\$OEM$\$1\App1 as shown below.