Updating deployment share and boot disk

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NET Framework updates) and Developer Tools, Runtimes and Redistributables / Visual Studio* (to get updates to Visual C runtimes). For example, in one of the previous releases of Windows 10, v1607, there was an issue with the Windows Update Agent would not run correctly unless you also added the latest cumulative update to MDT.Note: If you want to build a Windows 10 reference image for a virtual environment, like SCVMM, simply follow this guide to get the WIM file, and then use the Convert-Windows Image.ps1 script on Tech Net Script Center / Gallery to convert it to a VHD or VHDX file. The entire process for creating a Windows 10 image using MDT takes about 40 – 60 minutes, fully automated. Note: The Windows 10 v1709 media does not have any currently known issues that requires you to add a cumulative update, but here you find the steps if you need to in the future.Winclone 7 supports deploying Windows via Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) via booting to a Windows Preinstallation Environment (Win PE).A similar workflow can be applied for environments that deploy Windows images via SCCM.Update September 16, 2015: MDT 2013 Update 1 has been re-released, new build (8298).

CU1 fixes Windows 10 driver import, and the KB3084586 hotfix fixes an issue where driver packages are bloated.I also recommend installing KB3089193 to fix an issue with offline servicing of Windows 10 updates.Anyway, that means there are two main parts to the upgrade: Before you start, since upgrading to Windows ADK 10 and Config Mgr 2012 R2 SP1 will upgrade the default USMT from Windows ADK 8.1 to to USMT from Windows ADK 10, I recommend copy the USMT for Windows 8.1 folder somewhere else in the event you still need it.The initial setup of the solution takes about 30 – 45 minutes if done manually, and about 10 minutes if scripted. Not a hard requirement, but it make sense to add at least the various Visual C runtimes to your reference because quite frankly, you are installing Windows 10 to run apps, and many apps are depending on one or more of these runtimes.This guide covers the following seven steps: # Check for elevation Write-Host "Checking for elevation" If (-NOT ([Security. As you probably know, there are x86 and x64 versions of the runtimes, and for Windows 10 x64, you need both.

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