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Step 2: Add a Network Driver to the Boot Image (x86) File on the Configuration Manager
Before capturing the OS image from the reference thin client, a network
adapter driver for your specific hardware must be added to the boot image
(x86) file on the Configuration Manager server.
1. In the Configuration Manager console, select Site Database > Computer
Management > Operating System Deployment > Drivers, right-click Import, and
then select the Import all drivers in the following network path (UNC) option.
2. Click Browse, locate and select the network driver you obtained from Wyse or your
hardware vendor, and then click Next.
3. On the Driver Details page, select the inf file corresponding to the appropriate platform
network adapter, and then click Next.
4. On the Add Driver to Packages page, select New Package to open the New Driver
Package window, enter the name for the driver package, and then do the following:
• For driver package source, click Browse, select a network share folder, and then
click OK (IMPORTANT: The folder to select is not the driver’s source, but the
separate shared folder where ConfigMgr will maintain drivers added to this
5. Select the Driver package just created (IMPORTANT: Ensure that all other driver
packages in the list are not selected) and click Next.
6. On the Add Driver to Boot Images page, select Boot Image (x86) for the boot image,
and then click Next.
7. On the Summary page, click Next.
8. After the wizard completes the process, click Close.
9. In the Configuration Manager console, select Site Database > Computer
Management > Operating System Deployment > Boot Images > Boot Image (x86),
right-click Properties, select the Windows PE tab, and then ensure the network driver
you imported is listed.
IMPORTANT: If any error occurs during the import of a driver into an Operating System
Deployment, you must install Microsoft hotfix KB978754 (see Microsoft Support at
Step 3: Use Configuration Manager to Create a Capture Media USB Pen Drive or CD/DVD
that will Capture the Operating System Image
1. In the Configuration Manager console, open the Task Sequence Media Wizard (select
Site Database > Computer Management > Operating System Deployment > Task
Sequence, right-click Task Sequence, and then select Create Task Sequence
2. On the Select Media Type page, select Capture Media, and then click Next.
3. On the Media Type page, select CD/DVD set, click Browse, enter the location and
name for the ISO, and then click Next.
4. On the Boot Image page, click Browse, select Boot Image (x86), click OK, and then
5. On the Summary page, click Next.