Sysprep and Capture a Windows 8.1 Image for WDS Windows Deployment Services

Sysprep and Capture a Windows 8.1 Image for WDS Windows Deployment Services

This tutorial explains how to capture an image from a reference PC and upload it to a WDS server, to be re-deployed by more than one PC in your organisation….
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2 Comments

  1. Your teaching us backwards, you should start with sysprep and mapping the
    drive before explaining WDS
    

  2. Would you uninstall HyperV integration tools before sys-prepping it or
    leave it on? I’m going to try with uninstalling it first as I’ll only use
    it on physical computers. I hope it doesn’t mess up the image somehow. 

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