Windows 10 or Server 2016 offline WaaS servicing PowerShell module via OSDBuilder step-by-stepWindows 10 or Server 2016 offline WaaS servicing PowerShell module via OSDBuilder step-by-step

Windows 10 or Server 2016 offline WaaS servicing PowerShell module via OSDBuilder step-by-step

Windows 10 or Server 2016 offline WaaS servicing PowerShell module via OSDBuilder step-by-step.

The best method I like to ensure your SCCM or MDT image. However, ISO media fully patched including enabling features, disabling SMBv1 and more. Hence, #WaaS #Windows10 #SCCM#MDT

 

https://www.moderndeployment.com/quick-start-guide-windows-10-waas-servicing-updates-via-osdbuilder/

 

Therefore, Using OSDBuilder developed and maintained by David Segura (OSDBuilder.com) is currently the best PowerShell module to perform offline servicing that ensures the Windows 10 ISO media (or Image) is up-to-date including enabling .NET 3.5, installing the updated OneDriveSetup and more.

Moving away from building custom images (WIMs) in modern Windows 10 management is the best approach when possible.

 

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