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SCCM 2007 - combining 3 ISO into 1 for USB stick

Posted on 2013-10-30
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Hi Guys,

I am looking for a way to combine the 3 iSO image files that were created from the SCCM Task Sequence > Create Task Sequence Media > Stand-alone media into 1 file or extract them and amend files so that they can be used in a USB drive/stick.

Please can you provide me some guidance or instructions on how to do this?

I should add, that the server is a VM and located somewhere far away - so I cannot just go to the machine and try and create a direct USB media that way.
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 500 total points
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You need to combine multiple .wim (actually multiple TSes).

You may recreate a new MDT setup and recreate new task sequences.
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