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SMS 2003 SP2 create an iso image from a .wim  file

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I have created and captured my XP pro 2 image using the SMS capture image cd. I now need to import my wim file into SMS and create a image cd that i can use to deploy my images.

When I use the wizard it doesn't give me the option of adding my .wim file.   Do I need to add it in Operating System Packages?
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Question by:cndybndy
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Yes and make an advertisement for the OSD package.  The wizard should then write the advertisement directly to the CD in an INI file and present that image via the menu when you boot from the CD.
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Here's a great walkthrough using all MS technology to deploy OS to bare metal and upgrade scenario's.
http://www.myitforum.com/myITWiki/Default.aspx?Page=OSD&AspxAutoDetectCookieSupport=1
 
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