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How to configure WDS, Unattend.xml file, Windows PE Image, and Nano Server image to deploy a Microsoft Nano Server at-a-scale – Part 3

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How to configure WDS, Unattend.xml file, Windows PE Image, and Nano Server image to deploy a Microsoft Nano Server at-a-scale – Part 3
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Over a series of blog posts we will describe a solution for how to deploy Nano Server at scale using Microsoft tools. The blog posts are:

In the previous blog post (here) we discussed how to build a Windows PE and Nano Server image to deploy Nano Server. In this blog post we will discuss how to configure WDS, Unattend.xml file, WINPE Image, and Nano Server image to deploy Nano Server at-a-scale.

The high level tasks in this blog post will be:

  • Pre-requisites for the solution
  • Configuring WDS server
  • Import Windows PE Image
  • Import Nano Server Image
  • Configure Unattend.xml file within WDS
  • Deploy Nano Server using a Gen2 VM with input (Example 1).
  • Deploy Nano Server using a Gen2 VM without input (Example 2).
  • Next Step

Pre-requisites for the solution:

Read the entire article here, Part – 3: How to configure WDS, Unattend.xml file, Windows PE Image, and Nano Server image to deploy a Nano Server at-a-scale
via the fine folks at Microsoft Cloud Computing team.

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