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How to Create a Windows Image for Mass Deployment
Requirements: Windows install media (7 or 10. 8.x?), desired apps for the image (Office, PDF viewer, web browsers, plugins), virtual machine software (VMware Workstation, Microsoft Hyper-V, or Oracle Virtual Box), and image creation and deployment so (More)
Deploying Images with MDT/WDS
The main point of MDT and WDS is to place Windows on a computer's disk drive. To do this, MDT uses a series of steps in a task sequence that perform the necessary operations to facilitate installation. The crucial point to all of this is the network. (More)
MDT and Drivers
Drivers are a big part of getting Windows to work properly. Anyone who has ever had to troubleshoot a piece of hardware on Windows knows this. When generalizing an installation of Windows for capture with sysprep, all but the most basic drivers are r (More)
Automate the Install of Microsoft Office 2016 with an MSP File
Microsoft Office is probably the flagship product for Microsoft, aside from Windows itself. There are more installs of Office out there than there are installs of Windows (all versions). Microsoft Office is available for Windows, Mac OS X, iOS, and A (More)
MDT, Getting Ready for Deployments
As stated before, MDT needs an operating system before it can start deploying Windows. In addition to that, deployment tasks are needed to coordinate the deployment activities. One tenet put forth by Microsoft is to use MDT to More)
MDT, Importing an Operating System
In order for MDT to do anything, it needs an operating system to capture or to deploy. MDT 2013 Update 1 will use operating system file from the Windows installation ISO, or captured from a custom installation. Either way, the file format for the ope (More)
MDT, Getting Started
The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT), a very nice option for deploying Windows in small to large environments (More)