lunedì 28 maggio 2012 01:31
I can both import operating system in MDT and WDS, and I know that WDS provides the PXE boot service. If I just import image in WDS and configure nothing in MDT, can client automatically boot? Or if I just configure my boot option in MDT and just using the service without any image imported, I know it works well in this situation. So what is the difference between these two?
- Tipo modificato Karen Woo lunedì 28 maggio 2012 02:03
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lunedì 28 maggio 2012 11:39MDT is creating his boot images when you update the deployment share. From here you can either burn the images to a CD or import them in WDS so client boot from network. If you want your clients to use OS images from MDT you need to use MDT boot images. If you want your clients to use OS images from WDS you need to import a boot image in WDS from the Win 7 or 2008 DVD. I recommend you always use MDT for deployment and keep the WDS server just so clients can boot from the network.
Adrian Costea - MCP, MCTS, MCSA 2003, MCITP: Windows 7
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- Contrassegnato come risposta Karen Woo mercoledì 30 maggio 2012 01:52
martedì 29 maggio 2012 08:17Moderatore
There are some resources for you to have a better understanding of WDS and MDT.
Title: Windows Deployment Service (WDS) vs Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 (MDT): Choose The Right Tool
The PowerPoint above has a general description of the WDS and MDT. And it will let you know the differences between the WDS and MDT.
Title: Deploying Windows 7 with Windows Deployment Services
The resource above is a video; you could learn the detailed procedures about deploying Windows 7 with WDS. Also you will gain an understanding of the differences between using WDS and the MDT, and find out where to access resources for step-by-step deployment using MDT.
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