few weeks ago we release PEBuilder 184.108.40.206 this was to fix an issue that
stopped applications from being added to the WinPE image. It appears that while
compiling PEBuilder we made a typo that recreated the issue instead of fixing
the issue we have corrected that in PEBuilder 220.127.116.11 and brought you a few
other features. One big change you will see right away is that we have changed
the WinPE architecture area to WinPE builds. We have added some preset
configurations to choose from to help make the build process smother but don't
worry you can still choose to create your own custom image. The other feature
we added is the ability to export and import your settings so that you can now
save all the configuration changes you have made to be used later.
Office 365 by its self is a fairly easy Application to deploy but it can get complicated when you need to remove other Office products or install different versions of Office 365 based on what was installed on the target device. That all being said I wanted to create a reference for getting all the tools that make office deployments easy and throw in a few tips to solve some more unique issues you may have with deploying Office 365.
1. The first thing you want to do is download the Office Deployment Tool. Once you install the Tool you will find a setup.exe file and a configuration.xml.
2. The configuration file controls what will be installed and what will be downloaded. For example if the download switch is used with the configuration file below then Office 365 ProPlus x32 and VisioPro x32 will be downloaded. If you use that same configuration file with the configure switch then ProPlus x32 and VisioPro x32 will be installed from \\Server\Share with the EULA accepted and only the p…
A few weeks ago, I put out a guide on how to create a Task Sequence for windows 10. This post will build off of that that and will show you how to build a TS that will display a GUI that will allow your technicians to set the computer name, enter a description to be updated to AD, choose what operating system image to install and choose from a list of applications to install. You should try to understand this process but I do have a post on how you can just import my own TS that you can customize HERE.
The first thing you will need to do is download a copy the TS example files, you can get them from HERE. In the zip files, you should have a few folders InstallUpdates, SetADDescription, TSGUI_x64 and Windows10Config copy each of the folders where you keep your SCCM content files.
1. Create a package for the GUI, give the package a name like TS_GUI, for the version type x64, check the box "This package contains source files" and brose for the TSGUI_x6…