4 พฤษภาคม 2555 13:27
This question probably has an embarrassingly simple answer so please be kind. I have a need to put a file in my ISO. I want it to go into the "\Deploy\USMT" folder of the ISO. When I put the file in the source folder in "Program Files\Windows AIK\Tools\USMT" Copying it the "Content" folder of my media share is meaningless as it gets wiped time I tell it to build media.
My boss would like us to do the specific modification above and create a script that will allow our Technicians to choose from running a custom USMT tool executateable or starting the hardlink Migration (by running litetouch.vbs) from within XP.
IT Questor MDT 2010 Update 1 XpSp3 and W7x64Sp1
4 พฤษภาคม 2555 13:46
Questions are there to be answered:) You can mount the ISO with some ISO tools (for example PowerISO) When mounted you have access to the folderstructure in the ISO. Then just copy the files/folders to the \deploy\USMT folder. commit/save the changes and you're good to go.
Another aproch is to extract the ISO with winrar to a local folder, make the modifications, and build the ISO again.
- ทำเครื่องหมายเป็นคำตอบโดย ITQuestor 9 สิงหาคม 2555 18:48
4 พฤษภาคม 2555 14:16
All you will be able to see on the iso is the .wim file.
To add files into the wim you will need t use imagex or dism to alter the wim after you have generated your MDT boot media.
Do these computers have network access? Perhaps this script would be better off residing in a folder on the deployment share itself instead of the boot media.
4 พฤษภาคม 2555 18:47
This is in WinPE, or a Media build of the OS? To add files to your WinPE boot image, copy them to the Extra folder under your deployment share, and make sure the
Windows PE x86 Settings, Extra directory to add:
field is populated correctly. The path entered here will become the root of your WinPE image.
You can have separate paths for x86 and x64 images. You can use a UNC path to a central location if you have more than one share, or a drive letter path. Look for it under Deployment Share->Properties->Windows PE x86 Settings.
So in my example,
\\server\Deployment$\Extra\x86\Deploy\USMT would end up being in
X:\Deploy\USMT on your WinPE build.