How to Create a WDS on Windows 10

How to Create a WDS on Windows 10

To set up a WDS server on Windows 10, you will first need to install the Windows Deployment Services role.

To do this, open the Server Manager, and click on the Manage menu. Then, click on Add Roles and Features.

On the next screen, click on the Next button. Then, select the Role-Based or Feature-Based Installation option, and click on the Next button.

Next, select the server on which you want to install the Windows Deployment Services role, and click on the Next button.

On the next screen, make sure that the Windows Deployment Services role is selected, and click on the Next button.

On the next screen, make sure that the role services you want to install are selected, and click on the Next button.

For this example, we will install the following role services:

– Deployment Server

– Transport Server

– Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer

Click on the Next button, and then click on the Install button.

The Windows Deployment Services role will be installed, and the role services you selected will be configured.

To configure the Windows Deployment Services role, open the Server Manager, and click on the Tools menu. Then, click on the Windows Deployment Services link.

On the Windows Deployment Services console, right-click on the server name, and click on the Properties menu option.

On the Properties screen, click on the General tab, and make sure that the Startup type is set to Automatic.

Then, click on the OK button.

How to use a WDS server to deploy images of Windows 10

There are a few different ways that you can deploy images of Windows 10 using a WDS server. In this section, we will go over the most common way to do this.

The first thing you need to do is create a Windows 10 image. You can do this by creating a new virtual machine, installing Windows 10 on it, and then capturing the image.

Once you have created the image, you need to add it to your WDS server. To do this, open the WDS console and right-click on the server name. Select the “Add Images” option.

In the “Add Images” window, click on the “Browse” button and navigate to the location of your Windows 10 image. Select the image and click on the “Open” button.

The image will now be added to your WDS server. You can now deploy it to your clients.

To deploy the image, open the WDS console and right-click on the image name. Select the “Deploy” option.

In the “Deployment” window, select the “Client” tab. In the “Client Type” drop-down list, select the type of client that you want to deploy the image to.

In the “Image Name” drop-down list, select the name of the image that you want to deploy. Click on the “Deploy” button.

With a WDS server set up on Windows 10, you can easily deploy images of Windows 10 to multiple client computers. This makes it a great option for organizations looking to quickly and easily deploy Windows 10.