Steps to create a boot image
- Browse System Center Configuration Manager > Site Database > Computer Management > Operating System Deployment Boot Images
- Right click on x86 folder then click on Create Boot Image using Microsoft Deployment
- Package source folder to be created (UNC path): sit-build-01mdt_labSCCMPacakgesMDT Boot Image x86
- Under Additional Files section:
Tick the box: Add media hook files for unknown computer support with boot media Web Service URL: http://sit-sccm-01.sfac.auckland.ac.nz/mdt/unknowncomputer.asmx
Configure the Boot image package
- Right click on the Boot image package that is created and click on Properties.
- Tick the box Enable command support (testing only) under Windows PE tab.
- Tick the box Disconnect users from distribution points under Data Access tab.
- Set Sending priority to High under Distribution Settings tab.
- Tick the box Make this package available on protected distribution points when requested by clients inside the protected boundaries. under Distribution Settings tab.
Create Distribution Point(s) for the package
- Right click on the Distribution Points of the boot image package and click on Manage Distribution Points then walk through the process.
Inject Network (Class: Net) and Mass Storage (Class: hdc and SCSIAdapter) drivers to boot image
- Browse through each driver folders in System Center Configuration Manager > Site Database > Computer Management > Operating System Deployment Boot Images > Drivers and select the network and mass storage drivers into the boot image.
- Drivers > Dell Drivers
– Select the drivers in Class:hdc and Class:SCSIAdapter, and unselect the Provider:Ricoh Company (they are all memory stick drivers).
– Select the drivers in Class:Net and unselect wireless drivers and Broadcom one.