Configure a native boot scenario to add a VHD to the boot loader and boot to it. Use the diskpart command to create this virtual disk and then use the DISM command to select your custom .WIM file and apply it to the VHD. Use the bcdboot command and to add the boot entry. Restart the computer, choose the new entry, and work through the installation process to finalize the operating system.
- [Instructor] You can create a virtual hard disk, a VHD, … and install an operating system on it … and make it available from the boot menu, … this lets you use a virtual disk natively, … instead of running it inside an existing operating system, … this is called a native boot scenario. … With native boot, your VHD can use the hardware … installed on the PC directly, … instead of having to go through the parent operating system. … Here I'll show you how to configure a native VHD … on a computer that already has an operating system on it, … but understand that you can also … dettach the VHD you create here, … copy it to a new device and attach it somewhere else … if you want to use it on another system, … even one that doesn't have … a parent operating system installed. … If this is something you'd like to do, … I'll show you where to learn … more about that later in this video. … To get started, you're going to need … to get your hands on a generalized WIM image. … A WIM image is a file-based disk image format …
- Choosing an upgrade or new installation
- Choosing a Windows 10 edition
- Creating installation media
- Installing and upgrading Windows 10
- Troubleshooting group policies on devices
- Configuring and managing device drivers
- Configuring the desktop
- Configuring notifications
- Configuring Cortana and Hyper-V
- Using Active Directory-based activation
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows 10: Configure and Support Core Serviceswith Joli Ballew2h 56m Intermediate
Windows 10: Manage and Maintain Windows 10with Joli Ballew2h 29m Intermediate
Setting up Windows1m 28s
1. Prepare for Installation
2. Perform the Installation
3. Configure Devices by Using Local Policies
4. Configure and Manage Device Drivers
5. Perform Post Installation Tasks
6. Explore Enterprise Solutions
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