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I am in the process of setting up a Windows 7 Image Deployment System for my office network that I would like to push out from my management computer which I am using the Deployment Workbench that comes with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. I have created my windows 7 image and a task sequence (answer file) for that image and they reside on a management PC on my network. I do not need any drivers or applications as I embedded those into the image already. I need help on the next step. I have a c:\DeploymentShare folder with those two things among the other program default stuff, what do I need to do now to push that image out or (grab image from target pcs). What permissions need to be set on that folder? Do I need to create a boot image that looks for this (Windows 7) image on the network? Is there a program that needs to be ran from the target computers to find the network image? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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you will find a winpe.iso (think it is lite-touch) in the deployment folder that you will need to burn as a cd and use that cd in each machine. it will find it on the domain and once you login it will show you the images in the deployment folder to install (if you have more than one o/s to be deployed)
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Ok I will try that on Monday... Thanks
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