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Cannot inject NIC driver into boot.wim

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Using Server 2012 R2 to deploy Windows 10 Pro and I'm unable to inject the Ethernet driver for a newer computer into boot.wim.

 

I've tried using the WDS snap-in and the dism command line. It keeps telling me I need a newer version of dism - but I'm using MDT 2013 Update 2.

 

Any help appreciated

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You downloaded the latest Windows ADK and got the DISM that came with it?

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I'm having the same problem, and to add a little more information that may help Mr. Strait, it seems that my system is using a DISM version in WDS that is older than the one installed with the windows 10 ADK. This is a brand new installation of Server 2012r2, all updates, and the latest ADK from Microsoft. If I use the DISM located in Program Files (x86)\10\Assessment and Deployment Kit\Deployment Tools\dism, I get Version 10.0.10586.0, but if I use the version located at C:\windows\system32 (the one I suspect WDS uses), I get version 6.3.9600.17031.

 

I'll start another thread with this question, but if anyone knows how to make WDS use a different instance of DISM or to update to the newest version in System32, I'd be more than grateful.

 

Nate

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