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Since SP1 was installed I’ve been unable to update the boot.wim file to the distribution point.
Every time I try to update I get the error:
- Failed to inject a ConfigMgr driver into the mounted WIM file
So to get around the issue I decided it was time to create a new boot.wim file and upload.
To do this start Deployment Tools Command Line as Administrator.
In this instance I was creating a x64 boot.wim and the command to run for this was COPYPE.CMD amd64 c:\WINPE64\
Here are all the commands for the different architectures:
COPYPE.CMD x86 c:\WINPE86\
COPYPE.CMD amd64 c:\WINPE64\
COPYPE.CMD arm c:\WINPEARM\
Execute the command.
Once run, navigate to the c:\WINPE64\media\sources folder and copy the boot.wim to a share for use with SCCM.
In the SCCM console go to the Software Library workspace. Open Operating Systems>Boot Images. Right click and choose ‘Add Boot Image’.
Select the location of the boot.wim file and click Next.
Enter a name for the boot image and click Next. Continue through the wizard to completion.
Once complete distribute the boot image to a DP.
Ensure you select ‘Deploy this boot image from the PXE enable distribution point’ from the boot image properties.