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Updating the vmm pxe boot image

In the third post of this blog series about Windows 10 Deployment using SCCM, we will show you how to create a SCCM Windows 10 Build and Capture Task Sequence and deploy it.

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Now that Windows 8.1 Update and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update has been released, I’ll briefly repeat the steps.On the Summary screen review you settings then hit Next to import the drivers.If the operation ended successfully, click Finish to close the wizard.We are not done yet, we need to update the Win PE boot image.Right-click your deployment share and choose Update Deployment Share. The operation will take some time, but at the end you should get a successful message.The following networking device did not have a driver installed.” This happens because the Win PE boot image does not have those network drivers included by default, so you’ll have to add the drivers by yourself in order to succeed with the deployment.

This is a straight-forward process, but you will have to go on the vendor page and download the proper drivers for the devices that match the OS you are trying to deploy.

You know…every time you have to install an OS, you have to search for drivers on the vendor page because the drivers are not included on the installation media.

When deploying with MDT, the most common error message is the one for the network card drivers: “A connection to the deployment share “…” could not be made.

When you’re done with that, open the Deployment Workbench and click the Out-of-Box drivers folder.

The drivers can be added directly here, but you also have to option to create folders and organize drivers based on OS, vendor, etc.

When a new version of Adobe Reader will be released, it will be a matter of a couple of click to replace the old version with the new one.