Injecting Drivers into a Boot Image

17 Jun

This will be a very quick post on injecting drivers into a boot image in SCCM 2012 R2 SP1.

Couple notes:

1. I’m using SCCM 2012 R2 SP1

2. I’m injecting VMware drivers into an boot image.


Inject drivers to the boot image

1. Open the SCCM console and navigate to drivers.

2. Search for the drivers you want -> select them -> right click -> edit -> boot images.

add drivers

3. A menu will appear called “Add or Remove Drivers to Boot images”. Select the boot image you want to add drivers to via check box. I would also recommend un-checking “Update Distribution points when finished”. Hit ok and let the drivers get added.
add drivers to boot image

4. Navigate to “boot images” in the sccm console -> right click your boot image -> update distribution points. This will take a while.
update distros

5. Hit next a bunch and let the update happen.

6. You should be finished.


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Posted by on June 17, 2014 in SCCM


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