In this video, learn how to create a Windows 10 provisioning package to modify an existing Windows 10 device.
- [Instructor] Let's drop onto our demo PC and view how to create a provision package for a Windows 10 PC. We'll be using the Windows Configuration Designer to create the provision package. I like to use the version found in the Microsoft Store, because this will be the latest version available. On the home page, I'll click Create, and select the Provision desktop devices. Which I can use for my laptop provisioning. I'll enter a name and description, and click Finish. We're then provided with several steps that can be used to provision the device. I'll allow the provision package to rename our device. In this way, the devices will be renamed to Cycle- and a random three digit number. At the bottom, I'll select the option to remove pre-installed software. This is useful if you purchased devices that will not be touched by IT, and therefore may come with other pre-installed software that you don't need. I'll scroll down, and click Next. I'll then preconfigure our Wi-Fi network settings. And click Next. I'll then have choices. I can enroll the device into Active Directory, enroll it into Azure Active Directory, or create a Local Admin. I'll select a cloud-based account. We then need to obtain a token that can be used during the provisioning. I'll select Get Bulk Token, and then use my corporate credentials to obtain the token. I'll need to confirm using multifactorial authentication since I'm an administrator, and I'll disregard the option to enable single sign-on on this device. The bulk token is fetched automatically, and I'll click Next. I could optionally add applications and certificates. I can review the settings which set up the device, remove pre-installed software, configure the Wi-Fi settings, and enroll the device into Azure Active Directory. I'll now click Create. The package has been created and copied to the folder. Let's take a look. The Remote Technicians package can now be copied from this location onto installation media, such as a network share, a USB stick, or I could compress it into a ZIP file, email it to our remote technicians for them to apply to their new device. Let's hop over to our remote technician's PC and install the provision package. One way of installing the package is to copy it to a USB drive, and then issue this to the user. They'll install it by using the Settings app. Within Accounts they'll select Access work or school. And then select the Add or remove a provisioning package. Here they can select Add a package, and then select the SD drive or USB drive. I've emailed the file to the remote technicians. I'll select the file, and run it. I'll confirm that the package is from a source I trust and review the customizations, and then click Yes, add it. The device will then be configured using the package. We'll leave the demo at this point. The device will restart and the settings will be configured on the device.
This course closely aligns to the first two domains of exam MD-101: Managing Modern Desktops: Deploy and update operating systems and Manage policies and profiles.
- Implementing Windows 10
- Provisioning packages
- Deploying Windows 10 using Windows Autopilot
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Managing Windows Update for Business
- Managing device authentication
- Working with user profiles
- Managing Windows 10 using Microsoft Intune
- Managing policy precedence
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows 10 deployment1m 3s
1. Implementing Windows 10
2. Windows Autopilot
3. Upgrading to Windows 10
4. Managing Updates
5. Device Authentication
6. Device Co-Management
7. Device Configuration and Compliance
8. Managing User Profiles
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