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MDT error when capture a image:FAILURE (5610):False: Verify File:\\ Deployment server\DeploymentShare$\Boot

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Hi

I have installed WDS and MDT 2013 on a windows 2012 server .I have built a windows  7 image and when I try to capture the image to the deployment server , I get the attached error. FAILURE (5610):False: Verify File:\\ Deployment server\DeploymentShare$\Boot\LiteTouchPE_86.wim

The client is in the workgroup and from the run I ran
\\Deployment server\DeploymentShare$\scripts\BDD_autorun


Any help to sort this will be really helpful. I have to complete windows & migration with end of next week.

Please see the attached error snapshot.

Thanks in advance.
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That error shows there is no litetouchpe_86.wim file. You need to update the deployment share to generate the .wim. If it already exists then I would run the update again to re-generate.
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by:lianne143
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Hi

Many thanks for your post. This is the fresh MDT server installation which I did for my windows 7 deployment . So I really didn't update the MDRT deployment share.
I am doing the update now and it is going through many process attached. I will try the image capture once again and post you the results.

Things looking promising now after I update the Deployment share :)

I tried capturing the win 7 image to the server and on the client PC there is a good progress and it says Running lite touch installation.

many thanks
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