DISM Repair-WindowsImage should allow HTTPS URIs for image sources.
Allow the DISM Repair-WindowsImage command to use HTTPS URIs for image sources. We use a common image to repair the insanely frequent container store corruption issues on our systems. It occurred to me that if somebody with malicious intent was able to alter the WIM files we use to facilitate this process it would lead to easy mass pwnage. Therefore, it makes sense to use an extremely simple, easy-to-lock-down protocol like HTTPS to provide access to these rather huge files rather than a complex protocol like SMB that forces us to expose many other RPC services as well. Yes, this can be locked down well in theory. But HTTPS can be locked far better and with far less effort.