PXE Booting for Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

UPDATE 2018-04-28: I've completely re-written and updated this post with new information for Windows Server 2016 here.   When installing PXE (pronounced "pixie") booting  for use with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit there are a few things to consider. There's not much to installing WDS and configure PXE booting for MDT on a flat network, but if... Continue Reading →

Getting Started With Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 8443 and Windows 10 1607/1703

For this post the demo network consists of an Active Directory Domain Controller (DC01), a WSUS server (WSUS01) - here's a previous post on installing WSUS, a server that will have Microsoft Deployment Toolkit installed (WDS01) and a blank Hyper-V Virtual Machine for creating the reference image. Update 2017-05-02: Please note that this post is... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 Names, Builds and Versions

Update 2017-05-02: I'll attempt to keep this up to date as new versions of Windows come out. This might seem like an odd topic to cover, but I've receive quite a few questions about this in recent months. Due to Windows 10 being developed constantly and on a rapid release schedule, it's important to differentiate... Continue Reading →

Stuck Windows Updates From WSUS On Windows 10 1607/Windows Server 2016

If you've installed a fresh install of Windows Server 2016/Windows 10 1607 recently, you may have experienced a problem when it tries to download and install updates from your local WSUS server - specifically, it doesn't, it gets stuck. You've tired rebooting, stopping the BITS and WU services, deleting %systemroot%\SoftwareDistribution but nothing seems to work.

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