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Step 12. Create a package from the driver resources

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Step 12

 

This guide assumes that you have first completed the following 11 steps in the order listed below.

 

Create an OSD capture CD and then captured a Vista image (wim). Next you should have imported that captured Vista image into BDD, and then updated BDD with your Windows PE and XP OS files. You should then have created a new build in BDD for the captured WIM image. You should then have created and updated the BDD Deployment point (OSD/ZTI) and then updated Windows PE to support WMI. In addition, you must have imported the captured Vista WIM file into SMS and then created an OS Deploy Program. Update the SMS distribution points and then Copy driver resources for SMS packaging.

 

 

In the SMS Administrator console, under Packages.

Right click on Packages and select New, for package name, use Windows Vista Install Resources, and if you wish, fill in the extra fields below.

 

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click on the Data Source tab and put a check mark in This package contains source files.

 

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Click on Set and and select Local Drive, and then browse to the ZTI_Driver_Source folder we created earlier. This folder contains the drivers we copied from our BDD 2007 distribution point.

 

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Make sure to select Update distribution points on a schedule

 

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and set your scedule to check if any files have been updated or changed. This makes SMS replicate this package to all the SMS distribution points you select at a predifined interval.

 

 

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We now have a package in SMS that represents the install resources.

 

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