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How can I use WICD to create a PPKG that works with my FFU?

I have followed the Windows 10 IoT Core steps for creating an FFU image and that applies.

In order to speed development, I would like to not have to create a new FFU each time I update the UWP application.

I have tried to use WICD to create a provisioning package. This package does attempt to be installed, but seems to fail.

Where can I find the logs for the applying of the provisioning package?

Where can I find the logs from bootup where the application is not starting?

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TeemoTang-MSFT answered robinmholt-Daikin commented

You can check for success/failure of the settings in your package in the “Provisioning-Diagnostics-Provider” Admin log in Event Viewer.
Please refer to the following Microsoft document for help.
Create WCD Project for a Provisioning Package
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/manufacture/iot/add-a-provisioning-package-to-an-image#create-wcd-project-for-a-provisioning-package


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No, this did not answer my question, but due to the 1,000 character limit, I can't explain what I found. Look another comment when I figure out this UI.

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robinmholt-Daikin answered

This is not an answer and the answer from @TeemoTang-MSFT above did not solve my problem, but it got me slightly closer. It did cause me to look for which different logs were changing and look for important changes. I see the provisioning package is attempting to be applied, but in the AppxDeploymentServer/Operational log I see:

TimeCreated : 3/17/2021 3:57:58 AM
Message : AppX Deployment operation failed for package with error 0x80073CF0. The specific error text for this failure is: error 0x8007000D: Opening the package from location
Daikin.SystemManager.IoTCoreShell_1.0.37.9581_x64_bundle.msixbundle failed.
TimeCreated : 3/17/2021 3:57:58 AM
Message : error 0x8007000D: Failure to get staging session for: file:///C:/Data/Users/DefaultAccount/AppData/Local/Temp/ProvisioningPkgTmp/%7B12510475-234e-47bf-b926-afe3392663e1%7D/Qc+xMQynYc8VS0GxPRa6UWCJEk7u.aQMO6LsGJ2RNw8=/Daikin.SystemManager.IoTCoreShell_1.0.37.9581_x64_bundle.msixbundle.
TimeCreated : 3/17/2021 3:57:58 AM
Message : error 0x8007000D: Opening the package from location Daikin.SystemManager.IoTCoreShell_1.0.37.9581_x64_bundle.msixbundle failed.


Hopefully later today I will have some more time to look into what is causing this failure. For now, I at least know the provisioning package is attempting to be applied, but the APPX inside appears to be messed up in some way.

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