When deploying Windows with MDT you want to customize everything during deployment. One customization that many system admin want to do during deployment is changing the way the Start Menu from Windows 10 looks. Check out the steps below to configure your next deployment to have a custom Start Menu. Step 1: Open the Start Menu: Step 2: Remove or Add items to the Start Menu: Step 3: Open the ...
Hi, I am using MDT 2008 to deploy a custom image but would like to use Ghost 2.5. I have a folder (CustomTasks) with two small apps that I added to my \Distribution$\Scripts folder.
Jan 14, 2016 · This was done with MDT 2013 Update 2 (running on a Win 8.1 Hyper-V VM), Windows ADK 10.1.10586 and Windows 10 Enterprise 1511. I was able to successfully deploy Windows 10 Enterprise (release 1511, FYI get a fresh ISO for 1511, if you use a previous build and install 1511 as a windows update sysprep will fail as it sees windows as an upgrade ...
SCCM and MDT offer a great deal of variables, but the documentation of them is sometime not so friendly. I have created some tables below of the variables, which are a little easier to filter, sort and generally find the variable you are after.
Hi Team, I want to Enable TPM and BitLocker on HP Elitebook 840G3 via MDT task sequence. I am not able to find the BUC for this perticular model. - 5564598
Paste the content into a file called “AutoPilotConfigurationFile.JSON” and save it in a folder called “AutoPilot” in the ScriptRoot of your MDT DeploymentShare. It is important that you save it as ANSI. Apply the profile. To apply our Windows AutoPilot profile during the task sequence we are going to use two PowerShell scripts.
In MDT 2010 Update 1, all of these executed. In MDT 2012, we added some conditions to the “Use Toolkit Package” steps so that they only execute when necessary. So when are they necessary? Any time the variables (DeployRoot, ScriptRoot, ToolRoot, etc.) aren’t valid. So the condition was added to say “If not %ScriptRoot% exists”.