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Task sequence for DCCU BIOS and firmware update for Lite or Zero Touch installation

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Hi......i'm needing some ideas on how I can streamline a hard drive firmware update and BIOS update (which is compiled with DCCU to change the drive configuration) when we reimage our Windows XP laptops with Windows 7. I've got WDS up and running and a little new to the task sequences and its possibilities. I know you can install applications, etc with these tasks, but unsure how I can make my two updates to occur before the Windows 7 image is placed on the drive. Please let me know. Thanks in advance!!
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You would have to put that logic into the boot.wim file for WDS.  You should be able to use the AIK to open the WIM and throw some scripts in there to do this before launching the imagex.



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