3.10.SCCM - WinPE boot image setup
Download and import into SCCM the version corresponding to the Windows 10 Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK) version installed on the SCCM server.
ADK versions :
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1607 [10.1.14393.0]
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1703 [10.1.15063]
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1709 [10.1.16299]
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1803 [10.1.17134]
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1809 [10.1.17763]
- Windows ADK for Windows 10 v 1903 [10.1.18362]
Make the following changes to the imported boot image, after the sccmtspsi customized boot image has been imported into SCCM.
sccmtspsi.exe -realmname r01 -instancename yourinstancename -logindomain yourdomain.com -sccmserver sccmserver.yourdomain.com -adservername yourdomaincontroller.yourdomain.com -adconnectiontype adws -sccmsitecode S01 -timeserver yourtimeserver.yourdomain.com -timezone "New Zealand Standard Time" -dnsserverip xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Note: Always copy and paste into a basic text editor and check if the command line is readable and in a single line.
Note : All of the below parameters are required.
realmname : It is the 3 character Realm name.
instancename : The name of the WINPE instance. Edit the name (issue a new name) to rein in old USB and Full media. All allowed instances are set in the configuration file.
logindomain : This is your authenticating domain [Should be 2008 R2 or greater].
sccmserver : The fully qualified domain name of your SCCM management point server.
adservername : The fully qualified domain name of the domain controller wherein Active Directory Web Services is installed. [Should be 2008 R2 or greater].
adconnectiontype : adsi [Active Directory Service Interface] or adws [Active Directory Web Services].
sccmsitecode : The SCCM site to which the clients will be assigned to.
dnsserverip : The IP address of your DNS server.
timeserver : The fully qualified domain name of the time server from which sccmtspsi will synchronize the time & date. In a standard domain setup, the root domain controller will have the time service running on it.
timezone : Your time zone. Run the following Power Shell command to find your time zone.