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Good Morning, Just have a performance question regarding the Create WIM step of Sysprep and Capture in MDT 2012. WDS Server running Windows Server 2008 R2 MDT 2012 Here's how I perform my images: 1. Create a VM 2. Setup the VM how I want it (Windows Updates, application installations etc.) 3. Once I'm done, I power off the VM, and get a snapshot 4. Boot the VM back up, and go to \\WDSSHARE$\Scripts and run the LiteTouch script 5. Run the Sysprep and Capture for the MDT Task for Windows 8 6. Let it do its thing 7. Sits at Create WIM for about 10 minutes before the progress b
Hi, since about two months we're having fun here trying out MDT 2012 and USMT5. The idea is implementing LTI. Now, I have this Windows 7 testpc here and I'm doing a User Data Capture. This pc contains a folder - c:\Notes - which contains some subfolders and lots of files. Within this c:\Notes there are four files I want to keep, the rest is of no interest. On the internet I can find quite a lot of info about how to include a folder and to exclude some files within, but alas I don't find anything about the other way around : include files situated in a (sub)folder and deleting the rest. I
This is mostly for people familiar with MDT scripting/integration... I've been working on this non-stop today trying all sorts of methods to try and accomplish a prompt for computer name at a specific point...I'm certain that it can be done, but I'm losing hope! Here's the scenario...I'm using Maik Koster's web service (v7.3), as well as his custom boot image for OSD, with MDT 2012 integration. With the custom boot image, the pre-execution mediahook runs and performs a series of webservice calls to populate a wizard that allows for TS selection. After the selection is made, it adds