Join Matt Hester for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a MDT deployable image, part of Learning Windows 10 Deployment with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013.
- Now that we've created our task sequence,…and we have all our components in place,…the next step is to actually create our image,…and actually deploy our image and get it ready to go.…Now, just because I want to make sure that you know…that I'm not hiding anything up my sleeve…when it comes to the server,…let me actually show you the directory,…what it looks like before, and I'm going to show you…what it looks like after.…So, if I go under DeploymentShare, and I go into Boot,…notice nothing is there.…Well, we're going to change that.…We're actually going to create our BootWIM files,…and get them all created for us to use for deployment.…In fact, what we're going to do is,…after we create those Boot shares and get those…image files created, we're then going to take them…and import them into WDS in another section of the course,…but that's what we've got to do:…we've actually got to populate that directory,…and the first time you do this,…it can take a little time because we're actually…creating our own WIM files, pretty much from scratch…
- Upgrading vs. wiping and reloading
- ZTI and LTI deployment options
- Upgrading to Windows 10
- Working with Windows deployment tools
- Installing Windows with MDT
- Deploying a Windows 10 image