Create Bootable USB for MDT Media

Follow the next steps to create a bootable USB Media to do a bare metal deployment with MDT Media. This process requires an installation of the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK). Connect USB to local USB port Launch a “Command Prompt” with administrative rights Type “DISKPART” Type “list disk” and find the disk number of your USB Media Type “select disk x”, where “x” is the disk number Type “clean” Type “create primary partition” Type “assign letter=z” or another letter if z is occupied. If asked to format choose cancel. Type “active” Type “exit” Type “format z: /fs:ntfs /q” Type “exit” Launch “Deployment and Imaging Tools Environment” with administrative rights Type “bootsect ...

MDT 2010 Mega Tips and Tricks Collection

As user of MDT 2010 I collected a lot of interesting information. I thought it would be useful to put them all in one place for myself and any readers. UPDATE: If I get any information from a blog I always mention the source. Since this was a collection of forum posts I didn’t think about it. The original forum posts can be found here: http://www.edugeek.net/forums/o-s-deployment/76099-mdt-resources.html#post678277. Excuses to the originating source for not mentioning him in the first place. Blogs: Johan Arwidmark – Deployment Gurus Mike Nystrom – Deployment Gurus http://blogs.technet.com/b/mniehaus/ – Lead MS Deployment Guy Microsoft Team Blogs – MDT / SCCM / WSUS Deployment Research (formerly DeployVista) (Johan Arwidmark) The App Compat Guy (Chris Jackson) ...