This will rebuild the WIM you can use with WDS for PXE booting or an optional ISO file for CD/USB booting.
You will proceed forward by importing operating systems, which can be from your install DVDs or ISO files or from captured images. Each one of these areas could be its own future topic with different options and best practices.
Once you are all done, your tree will be much more populated. Right-click on each share and explore the properties of that share with which features you will use in your environment.
I know many of you are preparing for deploying OS’s using MDT 2010/2012 or try to capture an image of an OS, and most of the times you are successful.
However, there are the non-lucky ones, that have hardware in their company that is not 100% compatible with your deployment tools.
You only need Deployment Tools, Windows PE, and USMT (optional).
You might also include ICD with the installer for options to customize Windows 10 images.
Once your first task sequence is ready and you have configured your booting method, you can access your MDT and deploy your first Windows operating system.
From here, you can dive back into the settings and find what works best for you and unlock the potential of using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit in your environment.
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit is one of Microsoft’s solution accelerators.
These products are available for free and are supported by Microsoft covering a number of aspects to managing Microsoft technologies.
Once MDT finishes the install, you may find Deployment Workbench on your Start Screen. Right-click on Deployment Shares and create a new deployment share.