You can add an operating system install packages for use with your setup initiated operating system deployments. The operating system install packages can be copied to distribution points so that they are available for Configuration Manager 2007 computers to install them.

Use the following procedure to add an operating system install package:


To add an operating system install package

  1. In the Configuration Manager console, navigate to System Center Configuration Manager / Site Database / Computer Management / Operating System Deployment / Operating System Install Packages.

  2. To launch the Add Operating System Install Package Wizard, right -click the Operating System Install Packages node and select Add Operating Install Package from the context menu.

  3. On the Data Source page, specify the network path to the operating system package in UNC format. Select the operating system you want to add.

  4. On the General page, provide a Name, Version, and Comment for the operating install package. This identifying information is useful when you have multiple operating system install packages available.

  5. Click Next to view the Summary of the operating system installation package that is being created.

  6. Click Next to complete the wizard. The new operating system install package is created and is visible in the Results pane when you select the Operating System Install Packages node.

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