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HP ZBook UEFI Imaging from MDT

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Good Day,

I have a new HP ZBOOK and I am trying to get it to take an MDT deployment image.  I can get it to boot up and install the OS using UEFI however on restart I get  
Windows failed to start.
File: \EFI\Microsoft\Boot\DCD
Status: 0x000000d

I have Legacy boot and Secure boot disabled in the bios.  I have got other models of HP's to accept the image I am deploying without issues.

Your help in this matter is appreciated.
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You have to use an EFI boot.wim.  Do yourself a favour only use WDS as the transport layer, build your WIM's using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and build the WIM's in a virtual machine.
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