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hen a user first logs on to the computer, he can run commands in different ways. One way is to add RunSynchronous to the <Microsoft-Windows-Setup>
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child element FirstLogonCommands during the oobeSystem pass. MDT 2010 doesn t use RunSynchronous because it needs to support more complex installation scenarios. For example, an MDT 2010 installation needs to support reboots between application installations, and RunSynchronous doesn t support reboot-and-pick-up-where-it-left-off. Instead, MDT 2010 adds a command to RunSynchronous to initially start the task sequence. Then, if the task sequence needs to restart the computer, it adds a shortcut to the StartUp group, which continues the task sequence after the computer restarts.
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Packages include operating system updates and language packs . The Windows Deployment Wizard can automatically install operating system updates during deployment . Users can also choose which language packs to install during LTI deployment . The following sections include more information about updates and languages . To add a package to the deployment share, perform the following steps:
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In Deployment Workbench, right-click the Packages folder (or a subfolder you created under this folder) in your deployment share and select Import OS Packages to start the Import Package Wizard . On the Specify Directory page, type the path containing the package files you want to add to the deployment share, or click Browse to open it, and then click Finish . Deployment Workbench adds all the packages it finds in the folder and all its subfolders . Finish the wizard . Deployment Workbench adds all the packages it finds in the folder and its subfolders .
After you add a package to the deployment share, it appears in the details pane when the Packages folder (or a subfolder of this folder) is selected in the console tree . It also appears in the deployment share in Packages\subfolder[\subfolder], where subfolder[\subfolder] is the destination specified when adding the package .
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To disable a package and prevent its installation, perform the following steps:
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In the Deployment Workbench console tree, select the Packages folder (or a subfolder) in your deployment share . In the details pane, right-click the package you want to disable and then click Properties . Click the General tab and clear the Enable (Approve) This Package check box to disable the package .
To remove a package from the deployment share, perform the following steps:
1. 2.
In the Deployment Workbench console tree, select the Packages folder (or a subfolder) in your deployment share . In the details pane, right-click the package you want to remove and then click Delete .
When a package is deleted from Deployment Workbench, it is also removed from the Packages folder in the deployment share . In other words, removing a package from Deployment Workbench also removes it from the file system .
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Operating system updates are distributed as Microsoft Standalone Update ( .msu) files . For more information about .msu files, see 23, "Managing Software Updates ." When you are developing an image, take care to ensure that all critical security updates are included in the image so that computers deployed with the image are as up to date as possible . Table 6-2 describes different approaches to performing these updates . (When you use MDT 2010, the first method is recommended .)
TABlE 6-2 Updating Windows 7 Images
METHOD
BENEFITS
DRAWBACKS
Download the security updates from the Microsoft Web site and then install them as part of the image build process . You can search for updates in the Knowledge Base and on the Download Center . Use Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) or System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 to install the security update post-deployment .
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