Upon completion, the new deployment share is created in the target folder you selected in the wizard and appears in the Deployment Workbench. This configuration option allows installation of any applications that you: - Select in the Deployment Wizard - Specify in the Applications property in CustomSettings. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. I created this function ages ago as part of a larger script that needed to be executed completely unattended. For example, within the Files folder, you should not name a subfolder Item, and then create a file named Item. Then, in the Actions pane, click New Selection Profile.
Windows is now language neutral, and all language and locale resources are added to Windows through language packs Lp. You can install these device drivers by creating a new task sequence step based on the Install Application task sequence type. Table 2 lists each section in this guide, with a brief overview of each. Will you deploy 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems? Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. Specify where to save your data and settings. All my other apps would rarely change. Provides guidance of how to run the Deployment Wizard to deploy operating systems, device drivers, and applications to the target computers in your organization.
The following code is an excerpt from the SelectionProfile. To work around this problem, select the Completely Regenerate The Boot Images option. The header can also be modified to the product name of the device in question. Rename a Linked Deployment Share in the Deployment Workbench You can rename linked deployment shares in the Deployment Workbench using the Rename action as described in. However, you can edit the information directly in the Unattend.
If this happens, isolate the device driver and remove it from the target computer, or contact the vendor for an updated version of the device driver. The default value is All Drivers and Packages. You can make a copy of a deployment share using any file-copy process, such as in Windows Explorer. These files can require many gigabytes of space. You can download the drivers from the.
A BitLocker partition is created for all Windows 7 deployments, regardless of whether you are deploying BitLocker. Install multiple applications Select to configure the task sequence step to install any applications that you: - Select in the Deployment Wizard - Specify in the Applications property in CustomSettings. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. Also, elect the methods users will employ to start their computers after BitLocker is enabled. I am going to get a little bit fancy. Enable approve this package Select to control when this package is available to other wizards and dialog boxes in the Deployment Workbench.
Driver type class Contains the class of the device driver, such as system or boot. Allow Product Key Select or clear the Ask user for a product key check box based on your requirements, and then click Next. The linked deployment share configuration settings are saved. By default, the Merge the selected content into the target deployment share option is selected. Then, a new installation of Windows is deployed to a new computer. Discarding existing boot image profile because a complete rebuild is required.
When you define more than one application dependency, you can configure the order in which the dependencies are installed, thereby ensuring that the dependencies are installed in a specific order. The newly created multicast namespace. Rename an Operating System in the Deployment Workbench Rename operating systems and folders beneath the Operating System node in the Deployment Workbench using the Rename action as described in. . Select this option when no Setup files are needed for an image. Template Description Sysprep and Capture Performs a Sysprep operation and captures an image of a reference computer.
Loading the existing boot image profile for platform x64. However, you can update the linked deployment share properties on the Rules tab of the media Properties dialog box where media is the name of the media in the Deployment Workbench. A congratulations is in order! Configure a Deployment Share in the Deployment Workbench You can view the properties of deployment shares beneath the Deployment Shares node in the Deployment Workbench by using the Properties actions as described in. The media configuration settings are saved, and the media appears in the details pane of the Deployment Workbench. Include all drivers from the selected driver group Select to configure the Update Deployment Share Wizard to include all the device drivers in the selection profile specified in the Selection profile box. Select configuration settings that meet the business and security requirements of the organization. The New Application Wizard finishes.
Changes have been made, boot image will be updated. Changes have been made, boot image will be updated. Also be aware of preexisting Unattend. The Adobe Reader application added to the Deployment Workbench. By default, this check box is cleared. The media configuration settings are saved, and the media appears in the details pane of the Deployment Workbench. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench.
The information in this text box is automatically generated by the Deployment Workbench and cannot be modified. You can alternatively click Browse to find the local or network shared folder. At the moment there are two Sections — the square bracket surrounded text — in your CustomSettings. Also, that the Explorer shell should be hidden during this first time boot, as the system is automatically logged on as a local admin and would otherwise be exposed for anyone to use while it is completing the post-deployment processes. At the end of the process, the captured image of the reference computer is deployed on the target computers. Configuration Settings on the General Tab of Folder Properties Setting Description Name Contains the name of the folder that is displayed in the Deployment Workbench. Deployment shares contain operating systems, applications, operating system packages, and device drivers.