Nice to Know – Get rid of all junk before Sysprep and Capture when creating a reference image in MDT

Thank you very much! Today I tested your cleanup script!

Сравнение показало что:

Размер образа без предварительной очистки – 8,62 ГБ (9 261 333 675 байт), есди же проделать очистить образ перед его захватом то мы получим – 8,20 ГБ (8 815 823 291 байт),что на 400 мегабайт меньше. Кто в комментарии написал про 300 мегабайт, на что был ответ: С учетом того что это запакованный образ это хороший результат.

The Deployment Bunny

When you create a reference Image it will in most cases it will be updated with patches and some more patches and then some… That will make the image bigger and therefore the deployment of that image will take longer and consume more network resources. That can be corrected by getting rid of superseded patches, junk, temp files and much more. MDT does take care of much using the wimscript.ini during the capture process, but not all, not the old updates among other things.

The Solution

Since MDT is the preferred method to create reference images you can download the script, import it as an application and then run the application just before the Sysprep and Capture step. The Script works for the following versions of Windows:

  • Windows 7 SP1
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 8.1 Update
  • Windows Server 2008 2 SP1
  • Windows Server 2012
  • Windows Server 2012 R2

However, to make…

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About alexandrelizarov

SCCM,MDT and Powershell learner.
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One Response to Nice to Know – Get rid of all junk before Sysprep and Capture when creating a reference image in MDT

  1. Pingback: Создание и установка образа через MDT | Блог ИТ специалиста

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