You use a wizard page to collect configuration information in the UDI Wizard. Configure UDI wizard pages using the UDI Wizard Designer. The configuration settings are stored in the UDI Wizard configuration file and are read by the wizard page when the page is initialized in the UDI Wizard.

Wizard pages are stored in the wizard Page Library, and they can be used in one or more UDI stages. This design allows you to configure a wizard page that is shared between stages once for all stages, dramatically reducing the amount of effort required and the complexity of updating wizard page configuration.

UDI includes built-in wizard pages and wizard page editors that are typically sufficient for most deployments. For more information about the built-in wizard pages, see Built-in UDI Wizard Pages.

If your requirements go beyond the built-in UDI wizard pages and corresponding wizard page editors, you can write custom UDI wizard pages and wizard page editors. UDI wizard pages are implemented as DLLs that the UDI Wizard reads. Wizard page editors are created using C++ in Visual Studio.

For more information on developing custom UDI wizard pages, see the section, Creating Custom UDI Wizard Pages, in the MDT document User-Driven Installation Developers Guide.

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