Bdd 2016 updating deploy point zti
When you begin deploying any Microsoft Operating System using SCCM you soon learn that things often go wrong and you don't know why.
Worse still, SCCM simply confronts you with arcane task-sequence errors, advising you to “please contact your system administrator or helpdesk “. Fortunately Microsoft also provides plenty of help through log files.
MDT can help build an automated installation source for deploying Windows operating systems from Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 onwards, from either a single machine or a central server distribution tool, such as Windows Deployment Services (WDS) or System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit generates a custom Windows PE(Preinstallation Environment) image that allows client machines to install the assembled deployment packages over the network from the MDT server.
See knowledge base article 1002 Installing Microsoft . There are two minor challenges here: Firstly, there are lots of different log files, and secondly SCCM puts them in different paths depending on what phase the deployment is in.Since the core thread of deployment is the task-sequence, we need to find the log for that. This log is always the first step to troubleshooting any deployment issue. Unfortunately, SCCM can put in one of seven places, depending on the stage of the build and the architecture of the OS, as per Table 1 - SCCM task-sequence log paths.As I got a couple requests for an updated and more condensed Step by Step guide I also took the opportunity and rewrote the sample scripts to fit to the new... Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited.Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Maik Koster and "Giving Something Back" with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.
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I was asked if there was another way to do the sysprep and capture process within MDT 2012. While you could use MDT 2012 to install all the software needed, or even group policy, imagine the time this would take and therefore the amount of time that PC would be sitting there installing software rather than using it :).