Note: This is part 2 of a series of posts. I decided to break this topic up into multiple posts and to release a post a day to try and keep the content short(er) and retain-able. Sometimes when we have a lot put in front of us all at once, an overly long blog post can … Continue reading Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (ICD) / Windows ADK Insider Preview Build 15021 – Part 2 – Provisioning School Devices
EDIT 05/17/2016: I have added a link to the script on GitHub. EDIT 05/15/2016: I have added a link to the Win7 version that uses Double Driver. EDIT 04/26/2016: I have added a condition to check to see if the driver package path exists, and if it does, to exit and not rerun. EDIT 04/18/2016: I … Continue reading Automatically Collect Drivers and Build Configuration Manager (Current Branch) Driver Packages with PowerShell
In this post I am going to talk about (and show you) how to create and apply a basic Windows 10 provisioning package that has been created with the Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer. The WICD tool is a part of the Windows 10 ADK and can be downloaded here. After installing and launching the … Continue reading Creating and Applying a Windows 10 Provisioning Package
With the release of Windows 10, we also seen the introduction of the Windows Image and Configuration Designer. The WICD tool is the utility that allows us to create and modify provisioning packages or a provisioned Image build. The goal of this post is to do a high level overview of the deployment methods for … Continue reading Applying Windows 10 Provisioning Packages
The purpose of this post is to give a high level overview of the deployment methodologies now available to use in Windows 10. There are 3 methods available to use now for Windows 10 deployment, and those methods are: Wipe-and-Load In-Place Upgrade Provisioning Wipe-and-Load Like previous versions of Windows, we can still use the good old … Continue reading What’s New in Windows 10 Deployment?