WDM Image to USB Tool

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    Avatardanieldunn10
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    Hi we have our configured image with the applications we use saved to WDM which we push out to 5060 clients with Win 10 iOt.

    We have given a number of 5060 clients to people to use at home.

    The difficulty will be pushing our updated configured device images to these 5060 devices when they are at peoples homes.

    There is the WMS cloud but I wondered if we could put our configured image onto the USB tool?

    This way users could take a USB home, and with not too many clicks update there thin client?

    Is it possible to move the captured image in WDM to the USB tool?

    If not can we sysprep a thin client and pull it to the USB?

    We run Build_Master.bat before pulling a device image in WDM

    Thanks for any advice

    #53208
    ConfGenConfGen
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    Easiest was would be to run Build_master and then pull the image via USB stick.

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    #53209
    Avatardanieldunn10
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    Thanks for this!

    After running build_master it shuts the device down normally.

    At this point, do I start the machine and boot from the usb, then pull it from the usb tool which loads?

    Thanks!

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    ConfGenConfGen
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    Correct

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    #53211
    Avatardanieldunn10
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    Thanks very much!

    one final question sorry

    in the build_master routine and sub routines, where is the last step where it turns on the write filter?

    I need to usually change one thing then put the write filter back on

    So I was just wanting to comment it out

    Thanks!

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