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is there any process to convert wim file to ISO file
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You can create an ISO using a WIM file from MDT

see here

http://www.vkernel.ro/blog/creating-an-offline-mdt-deployment-media
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Thanks
Can we use MDT with out network, no active directory or WDS
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Most Certainly
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So Install OS on the physical machine. Install MDT, AIK and sysprep and capture the image right?
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no you need 2 machines, the machine to image and your MDT machine.  
In MDT you create a capture task sequence
https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/askpfeplat/2014/08/04/mdt-2013-part-i-mdt-configuration-capture-a-windows-server-2012-r2-base-os-image/
on the source machine you go to the deploymentshare$\Scripts\ and run litetouch.wsf, select your capture sequence, go through the steps and capture the image.

After the capture is complete on the MDT machine in mdt you import the capture and create an installation task sequence. And then create your offline media. You will need a Blue-ray or USB drive as you will be well above the amount of space to be stored even on a dual layer dvd
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the both machines should be on the network, Domain and should be connected on DNS and DHCP right?
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the both machines should be on the network, Domain and should be connected on DNS and DHCP right?

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