Integration of components in MDT
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Enter the path to a DVD of Windows 7 (or a mounted ISO) :
Give a name for the directory.
Confirm the import :
The WIM file is imported :
then it's complete :
NB : Some WIM can contain different versions of Windows, then they will all appears in the list.
If you need to deploy different languages, then you have to import the Windows languages packs.
Important : If you intend to deploy Windows 7SP1, you have to take the Windows 7 SP1 languages packs.
Right click on the Package folder and select Import OS Packages :
Select the Package directory (if it’s and ISO mount it before) :
And then import it.
If you want the languages packs to appear in your wizard, then add the GUID of the Language pack into customsettings.ini. The GUID can be retrieved in properties of the pack.
Here is an exemple of customsettings.ini :
For editing customsettings.ini, right clic on the deployment share and choose Properties.
Known bug and solution for languages packs with Windows 7 SP 1 :
There is a problem with MDT 2010 and Language packs : this issue occurs due to a change in the way language packs are named in Windows 7 Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.
Within Windows 7 : Lang Packs were named :
With Windows 7 SP 1 :
So MDT don’t recognize the new ones.
Then you must edit the following files:
C:\Program files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\Templates\Distribution\Scripts\DeployWiz_Initialization.vbs
See above page :
If you want to be able to boot from any device with the Lite Touch
Wizzard (Windows PE) you maybe have to import some network or disk
If you want to be able to boot from any device with the Lite Touch Wizzard (Windows PE) you maybe have to import some network or disk controlers drivers.
For example Dell provide a package who contain all their devices drivers, so you can import all of them at once, the actual link is here : http://support.us.dell.com/support/downloads/download.aspx?c=us&cs=555&l=en&s=biz&releaseid=R308048&formatcnt=0&libid=0&typeid=-1&dateid=-1&formatid=-1&source=-1&fileid=465752
Let's start the importation :
Create a folder Windows in Out of Box Drivers :
Then import the drivers into that folder :
And follow the wizard.
In order to import drivers, you have to create a Selection Profile (Dell Win PE x64 for the exemple) :
Right clic on the Advanced Configuration / Selection Profile
forlder, then create the selection linked with the Folder containing
Right clic on the Advanced Configuration / Selection Profile forlder, then create the selection linked with the Folder containing drivers :
It's now time to Refresh the deployment share, see
Management of Windows PE / Lite
It's now time to Refresh the deployment share, see Management of Windows PE / Lite Touch
Import of Windows 7 devices drivers
It’s now time to work on your deployment.
The WIM for the OS is there, you now have to import the Devices drivers.
It’s recommended to do one folder per device per architecture : Here is an exemple with Dell devices :
So create a folder in Out-of Box Drivers :
Then import drivers to that folder :
And then import all drivers for that particular device.
If you are using Dell devices, Dell provide one driver package for each supported device (it’s a cab file).
If you don’t have that option then collect all drivers, store them in a folder and give that folder to MDT.
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