The Desktop Files: Windows Deployment Services 101

Wes Miller continues digging into Windows Deployment Services. In this column, he explores the different versions of WDS, shows you how you can capture a custom operating system image, and tells you what you need in order to perform more automated installations. 

If you missed the first part of this series on Windows Deployment Services, Network-Booting Windows, you’ll find it here. And stay tuned—more to come in the September issue.

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