Updating a deployment share mdt

The goal with this blog post is for you to get up and running with a functioning build server that will create the Windows 10 Enterprise reference image for bare metal deployments. Admin Proxy]::get Update Server("localhost", $false, "8530") $WSUSRule Name = "Default Automatic Approval Rule" $WSUSRule = $WSUSConnection. Update Classification Collection foreach ($Update Title in $WSUSUpdate Classification Enabled List) $WSUSRule. Save() # Create a WSUS automatic synchronization schedule Write-Output "Execute: Create a WSUS automatic synchronization schedule" $WSUSSubscription = $WSUSConnection. Synchronize Automatically = $true $WSUSSubscription. Synchronize Automatically Time Of Day = (New-Time Span -Hours 6) $WSUSSubscription. Set Enabled Update Languages($WSUSLanguage Collection) $WSUSConfiguration. Save() # Start WSUS initial synchronization Write-Output "Execute: Start WSUS initial synchronization" $WSUSSubscription.

In this post I’ve installed a Windows Server 2012 R2 virtual machine named SRV001 and joined it to my domain. Add Range(@("Critical Updates","Definition Updates","Drivers","Feature Packs","Security Updates","Service Packs","Tools","Update Rollups","Updates")) foreach ($WSUSUpdate Classification in $WSUSUpdate Classification List) # Enable required Update Classifications for Windows 10 Write-Output "Execute: Enable required Update Classifications for Windows 10" $WSUSUpdate Classification Enabled List = New-Object System. Array List $WSUSUpdate Classification Enabled List. Add Range(@("Critical Updates","Feature Packs","Security Updates")) foreach ($WSUSUpdate Classification in $WSUSUpdate Classification Enabled List) # Configure Default Automatic Approval rule Write-Output "Execute: Configure Default Automatic Approval rule" $WSUSConnection = [Microsoft. Get Install Approval Rules() | Where-Object $WSUSClassification Collection = New-Object Microsoft. Set Update Classifications($WSUSClassification Collection) $WSUSRule. Save() # Configure WSUS update languages Write-Output "Execute: Configure WSUS update languages" $WSUSLanguages = @("en","sv") $WSUSLanguage Collection = New-Object System. Start Synchronization For Category Only() while ($WSUSSubscription. Admin Proxy]::get Update Server("localhost", $false, "8530") $WSUSAutomatic Rule = $WSUSConnection.

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In-Place Upgrade, Provisioning or the traditional way of deploying an image.

In this blog post, I will go through the steps required to setup a functional build server for reference images. All Update Languages Enabled = $false foreach ($WSUSLanguage in $WSUSLanguages) $WSUSConfiguration.

Since two years now I rely on configuring an entire deployment share environment by powershell.

Since clicking and mouse pointing my way through ADK and MDT setups were killing my brain cells one setup at a time.

I’ll save you the deep dive into the script’s but here’s a short explanation: Script 1 will: Automatically download Windows ADK for Windows 10, and MDT 2013 update 1 Build 8298 to the folder from where the script is executed and create a “Software” folder where the content’s are stored.

Once the downloads are completed both tools are installed with default settings silently. NET framework and WDS feature / role to configure the server as a MDT deployment server.

This summer Microsoft released what they’re calling the last version of Windows, naming it Windows 10.

Organizations that are looking into deploying Windows 10 will have to evaluate what scenario they will use, e.g.

Hi there, So the word is out, Microsoft has re-released MDT 2013 update 1 after several bugs and errors have come forward during the deployment of Windows 10.

Each new version means that if you use scripts which have a dependency with tools such as MDT, you’ll need to check it for compatibility.

Next it will automatically configure an entirely new deployment share in a matter of seconds, with a logical folder structure.