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Importing Windows 8.1 in MDT 2013 and Creating a Task Sequence

MDT-2013-with-the-2012-Update-1-overview We are finally done upgrading our ADK (Assessment and Development Toolkit) to version 8.1, so it could support Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2. Also we were successful  in upgrading our current MDT 2012 to MDT 2013. Now it's time to importing an operating system (Windows 8.1) and create a task sequence within the deployment share. Step 1 - Right-click on the Operating System node and pick "Import Operating System" vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m03s55 Step 2 - Pick your OS Type - I picked "Full set of source files" vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m06s83 Step 3 - Locate the location where your Windows 8.1 files are located - I have the CD in the CD Drive vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m18s204vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m21s233 Step 4 - Name your directory vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m26s23 Step 5 - At the Summary page. Click Next vlcsnap-2013-10-31-12h29m32s91

Step 6 – Once completed you will get a confirmation dialog box


Step 7 – Time to create a Task Sequence for your Windows 8.1 operating system


Step 8 – Right-click on the Task Sequence node and Create a new Task Sequence – the wizard will pop up and enter all the information needed


Step 9 – Select a Template – “Standard Client Task Sequence ”


Step 10 – Select OS


Step 11 – Specify the Product Key


Step 12 – Provide the OS Settings


Step 13 –  Very important! Give your local computer Administrator a password


Step 14 – Once at the Summary > Click on Next



Step 15 – Done. Congrats!!!!


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