Windows Deployment

I began deploying Windows 10 at scale with version 1607, and over the years I’ve learned a lot and developed a good and proven system for building and deploying reference images using Task Sequences and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit.

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Microsoft Deployment Toolkit | Download | Current version: Build 8456 January 25th 2019

Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit | Download | Current version: 2004

Windows USB/DVD Download Tool | Download

Building and Deploying Windows 10 Images

2009 Update (20H2) | Build and Capture | Deploy Reference Image

2004 Update (20H1) | Build and Capture | Deploy Reference Image

1909 Update (19H2) | Build | Deploy | In-Place Upgrade

1903 May 2019 Update (19H1) | Build | Deploy

1809 October 2018 Update | Build | Deploy

1803 April 2018 Update | Build | Deploy

1709 Fall Creators Update | Build

1703 Creators Update | Build

1607 Anniversary Update | Build | Deploy

Customising Windows 10

Resurrecting Windows Photo Viewer

Removing UWP apps

Customising the Start Menu and Taskbar

Disabling OneDrive

Windows Server Deployment

I’ve deployed hundreds over servers for a variety of services over the years, below are some posts I’ve written documenting the server’s I’ve had to deploy the most both professionally and running my home lab.

Some of the posts focus on Windows Server Core (no Desktop Experience) but even if you’re deploying “full fat” Windows, these should still be useful to you.

Windows Server 2016/2019 | Build Reference Image | Installing and Configuring Windows Deployment Services for PXE Boot

Windows Server 2016/2019 Core | Installing and Configuring Domain Controllers | Installing and Configuring Windows Server Update Services

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