Where does new boot image go after updating deployment share

Continuing from a previous post: Building A Windows 10 1803 (April 2018 Update) Reference Image with MDT, this post will walk through creating a Deployment Share to deploy the Windows 10 reference image.It is assumed that you have a Server or PC with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and it’s dependencies installed and have been through the post previously mentioned.It is located in the Boot folder in the Deployment Share.Go to the Server or PC that is hosting the deployment share and navigate to the boot folder.Driver Management (oh boy) Now we’re going to configure how drivers are installed for the physical computers we’re going to deploy Windows 10 to.There are a few ways to do this, here I’ll show the method I’ve been using which has worked very well for a variety of manufactures and models of devices.

I use this method myself and although it can be time consuming, the results are worth it.To import drivers into MDT you’ll need the INF files.

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