Optimize the boot image updating process completely regenerate the boot
I create a separate profile for 32-bit and 64-bit platforms.Now, from the properties of the deployment share, choose the Windows PE tab and then choose the “Drivers and Patches” sub-tab.Selection profiles are found under the “Advanced Configuration” folder, under task sequences.Simply, right-click the folder to create a new selection profile and drill-down the driver list to select only the Windows PE drivers.Simply booting a PC to that disc or key, and with DHCP working, the PC will connect to the MDT server.
MDT uses two ways to connect to the server over the network, USB key, and PXE.
Pre-execution Environment (PXE) requires the use of a Windows Server configured with the Windows Deployment Services (WDS) role.
MDT USB keys are copies of Windows PE, designed to connect to MDT and pull an image from the server. The good thing is that MDT has a provision for creating it’s boot sources built-in.
Once the drivers are added, I create a selection profile for just the PE drivers.
This is so I can assign them to the MDT Windows PE boot device.