Bare-metal provision your host and you should be good to go! Follow the instructions in the wizard to search for the package and then add it to the image f. Bare-metal provision your host and you should be good to go!acquision acquisition acquisitions Active Directory AD Add new tag Admin Studio Advanced Group Policy Management advertising AGPM AGPM service AGPM tool Analysis Services 2008 analytics application packaging Applications apps audiocodes Azure Azure AD Azure AD Applications Filter Azure Portal Backlog balanced scorecard bandwidth best practices BI Big Data Big Data and Technology Big Data and the Cloud BI industry Bitlocker BI tools blackberry BPOS budget Business business intelligence Business Intelligence tools business strategy business trends BYOC BYOD career certification Chicago Chicago Bears CIO Cisco Citrix Click-To-Run Cloud Cmd Lets columnstore index communications compatability Config Mgr Config Mgr console Config Mgr OSD configuration manager Configure Azure consulting corporate leadership Cost Management/Print Create a GPO crix CUCM customer experience DAG data data governance daylight savings dcs DCS deployment deactivation Dell Deploy AGPM Deploy a GPO devices directory synchronization Directory Syncronization Dir Sync DNS Edit a GPO email encrypted database Endpoint Protection Endpoint Protection status ESX execution Fair Market Value Fantasy Football File Share Filter Filtering Filtering apps forensics gizmo Google Apps GPMC GPO Graph Explorer Group Policy Group Policy Management Console Group Policy Object Group Policy Objects Hand Shake handshake software health care heartbleed How to icons identification ILTA ILTACON ILTACON 2015 inbox Inbox backlog Information Governance infrastrucutre Install AGPM integration internal messages Intune IP IT leadership legal Legal Technology licensing litigation load balancing Lync M&A MBAM MDM MDOP merger merger and acquisition Microsfot Microsoft .Here is the link for the powershell cmdlet that updates the Win PE Import-Module "C:\Program Files\Microsoft System Center 2012\Virtual Machine Manager\bin\ps Modules\virtualmachinemanager\virtualmachinemanager.psd1" Get-SCVMMServer localhost $mountdir = "E:\mount" $winpeimage = "E:\temp\custom_winpe.wim" $winpeimagetemp = $winpeimage + ".tmp" mkdir "E:\mount" copy $winpeimage $winpeimagetemp dism /mount-wim /wimfile:$winpeimagetemp /index:1 /mountdir:$mountdir $path = "E:\temp\drivers\be2nd62.inf" # $driver.sharepath dism /image:$mountdir /add-driver /driver:$path Dism /Unmount-Wim /Mount Dir:$mountdir /Commit publish-scwindowspe -path $winpeimagetemp Here is a link to the technet forum where I found another guy having the same issue, whom I helped.After updating the Win PE we tried to do a new bare metal deploy and this time we had no issues with the certificate.
Today I was at a customer and upgraded their VMM 2012 from RC to RTM.
We got an issue when trying to run a bare metal deploy after the upgrade, at first we did not understand what was causing the error, but my suspicion was on the winpe that was published by VMM in the WDS PXE.
I know many of you are preparing for deploying OS’s using MDT 2010/2012 or try to capture an image of an OS, and most of the times you are successful.
However, there are the non-lucky ones, that have hardware in their company that is not 100% compatible with your deployment tools.
And then i used Power Shell to update the VMM Win PE that resides in the WDS, this because their environment had new HP blades and i needed to add a nic driver.
If you do not need to add anything to the winpe you can right click on the VMM console and the PXE and you find a selection “Update Win PE Image” this will use an image from the WAIK installed on the VMM Server.