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Include All Network Drivers In The Selected group Select this option to inject all the device drivers in the selection profile specified in the Selection profile list box . Include All Mass Storage Drivers In The Selected group Select this option to inject all mass storage drivers found in the deployment share into the Windows PE boot images . Include All Video Drivers In The Selected group Select this option to inject all video drivers found in the deployment share into the Windows PE boot images . Include All System-Class Drivers In The Selected group Select this option to inject all system drivers (such as motherboard drivers) in the deployment share into the Windows PE boot images .
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After creating and configuring a deployment share in Deployment Workbench, you must update it to update the deployment share's configuration files and generate Windows PE boot images in the deployment share's \Boot folder . Deployment Workbench always generates .wim image files, which you can use to start destination computers using Windows Deployment Services . Choose to generate only the Windows PE bootable ISO images that are actually required . If you limit the number of images generated, the updating process is faster . To update a deployment share, perform the following steps:
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In the Deployment Workbench console tree, click Deployment Shares . In the details pane, right-click the deployment share you want to configure and then click Update . On the Options page of the Update Deployment Share Wizard, shown on the following page, select one of the following options:
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Optimize The Boot Image Updating Process Select this option to update existing versions of the image files in the deployment share . Choosing this option reduces the amount of time required to update the boot images . If you select this option, you can also select Compress The Boot Image Contents To Recover Space Used By Removed Or Modified Content if desired . Selecting this suboption reduces the size of the boot images but may increase the time needed to generate the images . Completely Regenerate The Boot Images Select this option to create a new version of all the image files in the deployment share . You can choose this option when you want to force the creation of new images . Note that this can take some time to complete .
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Finish the wizard . Depending on how your deployment share is configured and the options you selected in the Update Deployment Share Wizard, generating Windows PE boot images may take some time to complete .
After the deployment share has been updated, Windows PE boot images and other files will be present in the \Boot folder of the deployment share (see Figure 6-6) .
FIgURE 6-6 \Boot folder of updated deployment share showing Windows PE boot images that were
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You must update your deployment share if you make changes to any the
settings on the properties sheet of your deployment share. The Windows pE boot images will not contain your updated settings until you update your deployment share.
Capturing a Disk Image for lTI
In MDT 2010, installing a build and capturing an image is essentially an LTI deployment that ends with the Windows Deployment Wizard capturing an image of the destination computer . When you create a deployment share, Deployment Workbench provides the option of prompting to capture an image (the Ask If An Image Should Be Captured check box) . You must enable this option, as described in the section titled Creating and Configuring a Deployment Share earlier in this chapter . Then, when you install the build on the destination lab computer, the Windows Deployment Wizard asks whether you want to capture an image after installation is complete . The wizard also allows you to specify a destination for the image . The default destination is the \Captures folder in the deployment share, and the default file name is task sequence .wim, where task sequence is the ID of the task sequence you installed . To capture an image, start a lab computer using the Windows PE boot image generated by updating the deployment share . Start the Windows PE boot image in either of two ways . One way is to burn the .iso images to a DVD . This process is slow and tedious . These ISO image files reside in the \Boot folder of the deployment share . The other way is to add the LiteTouchPE_x86 .wim or LiteTouchPE_x64 .wim image files to the Boot Images item of a Windows Deployment Services server . The .wim image files are in the \Boot folder of the deployment share . For more information about installing and configuring Windows Deployment Services, see 10 . To capture an image using the Windows Deployment Wizard, perform the following steps:
Start the lab computer using the Windows PE boot image that you created in the section titled Updating the Deployment Share earlier in this chapter . You can start this boot image by burning the .iso file to CD or DVD media or by adding the .wim file to Windows Deployment Services . For more information about Windows Deployment Services, see 10 . In the Welcome Windows Deployment dialog box, click Run The Deployment Wizard To Install A New Operating System . In the User Credentials dialog box, type the credentials necessary to connect to the deployment share (user name, domain, and password) and then click OK . The Windows Deployment Wizard starts automatically . To capture an image using the Windows Deployment Wizard, you must use an account that has Read and Write access to the deployment share, such as an account that is a member of the local Administrators group on the computer that contains the deployment share .
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