Before I have posted how you can create a TS for windows 10, add a GUI to your TS and run a script to configure your windows 10 install. However all of this has become out dated and so I wanted to update all of that. This how to will walk you through how to create a TS that will allow you to choose a windows 10 or windows 7 image, name the computer, add the computer description to AD, Choose form a list what applications you want to install, Choose to enable BitLocker and set the PIN as well as create a local account.
Now that you have figured out your SCCM hierarchy and server requirements for your site its time to start building your servers. If you have not done this yep please review the Preparing for SCCM page before starting any installs Below is what I will be using for my own examples.
Site code - TST
Site Name - SCCMTST Lab
SCCM-Setup - Primary Site Server, Distribution point, SQL and Software Update Point
Every server that is a part of your SCCM site will want to have 1 drive for the OS, 1 drive for the page file and 1 drive for the program files.
For your Distribution point you will want to add a drive for your SCCM content to sit on and a drive from the distribution point content. SCCM will story its one copy of the packages, Applications and Image files on the Distribution content drive.
For Your Software Update Point server you will want a drive for WSUS to downl…