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Finish the wizard . Deployment Workbench adds all the device drivers it finds in the folder and its subfolders .
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After you add a device driver to the deployment share, it appears in the details pane when the Out-Of-Box Drivers folder (or a subfolder of this folder) is selected in the console tree . It also appears in the deployment share in Out-Of-Box Drivers\subfolder[\subfolder], where subfolder[\subfolder] is the destination specified when adding the driver . To disable a device driver, perform the following steps:
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In the Deployment Workbench console tree, click Out-Of-Box Drivers (or a subfolder) in your deployment share . In the details pane, right-click the device driver you want to disable and then click Properties . Click the General tab, clear the Enable This Driver check box, and then click OK .
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To remove a device driver from the deployment share, perform the following steps:
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In the Deployment Workbench console tree, click Out-Of-Box Drivers (or a subfolder) in your deployment share . In the details pane, right-click the device driver you want to remove and then click Delete .
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When a device driver is deleted from Deployment Workbench, it is also removed from the Out-Of-Box Drivers folder in the deployment share . In other words, removing a device driver from Deployment Workbench also removes it from the file system .
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Creating Task Sequences
A task sequence binds operating system source files with the steps necessary to install them . A task sequence is associated with the following:
Operating system
Choose an operating system image to use for the build .
Unattended setup answer file (Unattend.xml) Create an answer file that describes how to install and configure the operating system on the destination computer . For example, the answer file can contain a product key, organization name, and information necessary to join the computer to a domain . Generally, allow MDT 2010 to control the settings in Unattend .xml and use the MDT 2010 database to configure destination computers .
This chapter assumes that you are configuring task sequences and deployment
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points for the purpose of capturing custom images. The settings you configure by using the instructions in this chapter are different than the settings you will configure when deploying images to production computers. For more information about those settings, see 12.
Creating Task Sequences
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To create a task sequence for image capture, perform the following steps:
In the Deployment Workbench console tree, right-click the Task Sequences folder (or a subfolder you created under this folder) in your deployment share and select New Task Sequence to start the New Task Sequence Wizard . On the General Settings page, provide the information described in Table 6-3 .
TABlE 6-3 The General Settings Page
IN THIS lOCATION
PROVIDE THIS INFORMATION
Task Sequence ID box Task Sequence Name box Task Sequence Comments box
Unique ID for the task sequence . You cannot change this ID later, so decide on a naming scheme for task sequence IDs in advance . Descriptive name for the task sequence . Users see this name during LTI . Additional information about the task sequence . Users see this description during LTI . Describe the build and what it installs in the image .
On the Select Template page, choose a template task sequence to use as a starting point . You can customize the template later . For the purpose of building images, choose the Standard Client Task Sequence template . On the Select OS page, choose an operating system image to install with this task sequence . Only the operating system images previously added to your deployment point are visible . On the Specify Product Key page, select one of the following:
Do Not Specify A Product Key At This Time . Specify A Multiple Activation Key (MAK Key) For Activating This Operating System, and then type the product key in the Product Key box . Specify The Product Key For This Operating System, and then type the product key in the Product Key box .
For more information about volume activation and product keys in MDT 2010, see 11, Using Volume Activation . 11 describes when a product key is necessary . Generally, customers deploying volume-licensed Windows 7 media to 25 or more computers should select the Do Not Use A Product Key When Installing option . Customers deploying volume-licensed Windows 7 media using Windows 7 Multiple Activation Keys (MAKs) should select the Specify A Multiple Activation Key (MAK Key) For Activating This Operating System option and then type a product key in the Product Key box . Customers deploying retail Windows 7 media should select the Specify The Product Key For This Operating System option and then type a product key in the Product Key box .
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