- NVMe (2990941)
- TPM 2.0 (KB2920188)
- Servicing Stack (KB3020369)
With Windows 10, a big big way to handle early boot issues is to apply the latest Cumulative. This can mean the B&C WIM only gets changed for other items besides patches so I think I can get to one or two B&C WIM cycles in between major releases such as the upcoming Creators Update. Traditionally with Windows 7 we push a new one once a quarter and the Apply Patches steps get them current otherwise. By injecting the latest cumulative, the Apply Drivers step has less to process when it generates the JET database used by Windows Update and determines what patches apply. This also has the benefit of working with any out of band cumulatives released. You run whatever cumulative you want or for me the minimum needed for WSUS to work in the B&C process.
Downside would be size, as of today the 64-Bit latest cumulative (KB3200790) is 892MB so that is extra storage on a DP that will grow as new cumulatives are released. I have not validated but the update should match what is pulled via SUP so storage and replication may be minor. Since I use Nomad this does not apply to me as it does not have any centralized store like a SCCM DP does.
So going off my previous issue, we inject the minimum patches needed into the B&C WIM and run the latest Cumulative during deployment from ConfigMgr. Here is how to set it up for 1607:
- Locate the latest cumulative. MS has a great page to track that.
- Once identified goto the Update Catalog to get the MSU.
- Put the downloaded MSU on your SCCM Source in its own folder
- In the SCCM Console create a package for it
- I call it 'OSD - Windows 10 1607 Cumulative KBXXXXX'
- For the Description I use '2016 11 09 Cumulative for Windows 10 1607'
- Point the package source to the UNC in step 3
- Do not create a program
- Optionally for Nomad I use 100% work rate
- Finish out the wizard
- In the SCCM Console goto your 1607 Task Sequence
- Find the Apply Image step, noting 32-Bit or 64-Bit
- Immediately after create a Run Command Line step
- Point it to your package path
- For the command line use
Dism /Image:%OSDISK%\ /Add-Package /Packagepath:"." /ScratchDir:"%OSDISK%\Windows\Temp"
The DISM injection goes WAY quicker then the Apply Patches step and the deployment itself goes faster as well this method.
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