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Bootable media from MDT

Posted on 2016-11-03
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IS there any process for creating bootable media that can point to WDS server.
When inserting media on physical machine it should point to server and then we can select which OS we need to install.
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This may be of some assitance.
http://www.sysadminlab.net/deployment/create-bootable-usb-for-mdt

There is a known issue link in blog also.
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You have to add your server locations and credentials into your bootstrap.ini
right click on your deployment share select rules select bootstrap.ini
[Settings]
Priority=Default

[Default]
DeployRoot= \\DJOHNSON-W10\HydrationSC2012R2$
UserDomain=DJOHNSON-w10
UserID=WdeployAdmin
UserPassword=P@ssw0rd
SkipBDDWelcome=YES

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MDT Settings
Two good sites for info
http://www.deploymentresearch.com
http://deploymentbunny.com
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Thanks alot
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