Create stand-alone media with System Center Configuration Manager

 

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<para>Stand-alone media in <token>cmshort</token> contains everything that is required to deploy the operating system on a computer without a connection to a <token>cmshort</token> site or using the network. Use stand-alone media with the following operating system deployment scenarios:</para><list class="bullet"><listItem><para><link xlink:href="b189a346-8c0d-4870-a876-0719fbb0ab04">Refresh an existing computer with a new version of Windows using System Center Configuration Manager</link></para></listItem><listItem><para><link xlink:href="f5ad22d5-7df1-49c6-8a0f-db1c3f0cda19">Install a new version of Windows on a new computer (bare metal) with System Center Configuration Manager</link></para></listItem><listItem><para><link xlink:href="c21eec87-ad1c-4465-8e45-5feb60b92707">Upgrade Windows to the latest version with System Center Configuration Manager</link></para></listItem></list><para>Stand-alone media includes the task sequence that automates the steps to install the operating system and all other required content, including the boot image, operating system image, and device drivers. Because everything to deploy the operating system is stored on the stand-alone media, the disk space required for stand-alone media is significantly larger than the disk space required for other types of media. When you create stand-alone media on a central administration site, the client will retrieve its assigned site code from active directory. Stand-alone media created at child sites will automatically assign to the client the site code for that site.</para> </introduction> Create stand-alone mediaBefore you create stand-alone media by using the Create Task Sequence Media Wizard, be sure that the following conditions are met: <table><thead><tr><TD><para>Task</para></TD><TD><para>Description</para></TD></tr></thead> Create a task sequence to deploy an operating systemAs part of the stand-alone media, you must specify the task sequence to deploy an operating system. For the steps to create a new task sequence, see Create a task sequence to deploy an operating system.The following actions are not supported for stand-alone media:The Auto Apply Drivers step in the task sequence. Automatic application of device drivers from the driver catalog is not supported, but you can choose the Apply Driver Package step to make a specified set of drivers available to Windows Setup.Installing software updates.Installing software before deploying the operating system. <listItem> <para>Associating users with the destination computer to support user device affinity.</para> </listItem> <listItem> <para>Dynamic package installs via the Install Packages task.</para> </listItem> <listItem> <para>Dynamic application installs via the Install Application task.</para> </listItem> </list><alert class="note"><para>If your task sequence to deploy an operating system includes the <link xlink:href="7c888a6f-8e37-4be5-8edb-832b218f266d#BKMK_InstallPackage">Install Package</link> step and you create the stand-alone media at a central administration site, an error might occur. The central administration site does not have the necessary client configuration policies that are required to enable the software distribution agent during the execution of the task sequence. The following error might appear in the CreateTsMedia.log file: </para> <para> <codeInline>“WMI method SMS_TaskSequencePackage.GetClientConfigPolicies failed (0x80041001)”</codeInline> </para> <para>For stand-alone media that includes an <ui>Install Package</ui> step, you must create the stand-alone media at a primary site that has the software distribution agent enabled or add a <link xlink:href="7c888a6f-8e37-4be5-8edb-832b218f266d#BKMK_RunCommandLine">Run Command Line</link> step after the <link xlink:href="7c888a6f-8e37-4be5-8edb-832b218f266d#BKMK_SetupWindowsandConfigMgr">Setup Windows and ConfigMgr</link> step and before the first <ui>Install Package</ui> step in the task sequence. The <ui>Run Command Line</ui> step runs a WMIC command to enable the software distribution agent before the first Install package step runs. You can use the following in your <ui>Run Command Line</ui> task sequence step: </para> <para> <ui>Command Line</ui>: <userInput>WMIC /namespace:\\root\ccm\policy\machine\requestedconfig path ccm_SoftwareDistributionClientConfig CREATE ComponentName="Enable SWDist", Enabled="true", LockSettings="TRUE", PolicySource="local", PolicyVersion="1.0", SiteSettingsKey="1" /NOINTERACTIVE</userInput></para></alert> </TD></tr> Distribute all content associated with the task sequenceYou must distribute all content that is required by the task sequence the to at least one distribution point. This includes the boot image, operating system image, and other associated files. The wizard gathers the information from the distribution point when it creates the stand-alone media. You must have Read access rights to the content library on that distribution point. For details, see Distribute content referenced by a task sequence. Prepare the removable USB driveFor a removable USB drive:If you are going to use a removable USB drive, the USB drive must be connected to the computer where the wizard is run and the USB drive must be detectable by Windows as a removal device. The wizard writes directly to the USB drive when it creates the media. Stand-alone media uses a FAT32 file system. You cannot create stand-alone media on a USB flash drive whose content contains a file over 4 GB in size.Create an output folderFor a CD/DVD set:Before you run the Create Task Sequence Media Wizard to create media for a CD or DVD set, you must create a folder for the output files created by the wizard. Media that is created for a CD or DVD set is written as .iso files directly to the folder. Example task sequence for stand-alone mediaUse the following table as a guide as you create a task sequence to deploy an operating system using stand-alone media. The table will help you decide the general sequence for your task sequence steps and how to organize and structure those task sequence steps into logical groups. The task sequence that you create might vary from this sample and can contain more or fewer task sequence steps and groups.You must always use the Task Sequence Media Wizard to create stand-alone media.Task Sequence Group or StepDescriptionCapture File and Settings - (New Task Sequence Group)Create a task sequence group. A task sequence group keeps similar task sequence steps together for better organization and error control.Capture Windows SettingsUse this task sequence step to identify the Microsoft Windows settings that are captured from the existing operating system on the destination computer prior to reimaging. You can capture the computer name, user and organizational information, and the time zone settings.Capture Network SettingsUse this task sequence step to capture network settings from the computer that receives the task sequence. You can capture the domain or workgroup membership of the computer and the network adapter setting information.Capture User Files and Settings - (New Task Sequence Sub-Group)Create a task sequence group within a task sequence group. This sub-group contains the steps needed to capture user state data from the existing operating system on the destination computer prior to reimaging. Similar to the initial group that you added, this sub-group keeps similar task sequence steps together for better organization and error control.Set Local State LocationUse this task sequence step to specify a local location using the protected path task sequence variable. The user state is stored on a protected directory on the hard drive. Capture User StateUse this task sequence step to capture the user files and settings you want to migrate to the new operating system.Install Operating System - (New Task Sequence Group)Create another task sequence sub-group. This sub-group contains the steps needed to install the operating system. Reboot to Windows PE or hard diskUse this task sequence step to specify restart options for the computer that receives this task sequence. This step will display a message to the user indicating that the computer will be restarted so that the installation can continue.This step uses the read-only _SMSTSInWinPE task sequence variable. If the associated value equals false the task sequence step will continue.Apply Operating SystemUse this task sequence step to install the operating system image onto the destination computer. This step deletes all files on that volume (with the exception of Gestor de configuração-specific control files) and then applies all volume images contained in the WIM file to the corresponding sequential disk volume. You can also specify a sysprep answer file to configure which disk partition to use for the installation.Apply Windows SettingsUse this task sequence step to configure the Windows settings configuration information for the destination computer. The windows settings you can apply are user and organizational information, product or license key information, time zone, and the local administrator password.Apply Network SettingsUse this task sequence step to specify the network or workgroup configuration information for the destination computer. You can also specify if the computer uses a DHCP server or you can statically assign the IP address information.Apply Driver PackageUse this task sequence step to make all device drivers in a driver package available for use by Windows setup. All necessary device drivers must be contained on the stand-alone media.Setup Operating System - (New Task Sequence Group)Create another task sequence sub-group. This sub-group contains the steps needed to install the Gestor de configuração client. Setup Windows and ConfigMgrUse this task sequence step to install the Gestor de configuração client software. Gestor de configuração installs and registers the Gestor de configuração client GUID. You can assign the necessary installation parameters in the Installation properties window.Restore User Files and Settings - (New Task Sequence Group)Create another task sequence sub-group. This sub-group contains the steps needed to restore the user state. Restore User State Use this task sequence step to initiate the User State Migration Tool (USMT) to restore the user state and settings that were captured from the Capture User State Action to the destination computer. Manage task sequences to automate tasks

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