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Windows Deployment

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I’ve been deploying Windows since the Windows 2000 and Ghost days. 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.

Windows 11 is (so far) very similar to Windows 10, but I’ll be continuing my deployment guides and tips just as before.

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  • Microsoft Deployment Toolkit | Download | Current version: Build 8456 January 25th 2019
  • MDT KB4564442 Update | Download | Released May 28th 2020
  • Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit | Download | Current version: Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022
  • WinPE add-on for Windows ADK | Download | Current version: Windows 11

Building and Deploying Windows 11 Images

Customising Windows 11

Building and Deploying Windows 10 Images

Customising Windows 10

Windows Server Deployment

I’ve deployed hundreds of servers providing a variety of services over the years. Below are some posts I’ve written documenting the process for the servers I’ve deployed the most of. Some of the posts focus on Windows Server Core (no Desktop Experience) but even if you’re deploying Windows Server with a GUI, these will still be useful to you.

Windows Server 2016/2019/2022

Windows Server 2016/2019/2022 Core

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