Next we will make an Operating System install package, this package will contain the files necessary to support the installation of the Windows Vista SP1 install image we created above.
In SCCM ConfigMgr expand the Operating System Deployment node and select Operating System Install Package from the list of available options.
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Instead of picking the install.wim file from the Vista source we used above, we must now point the Operating System Install Package wizard to the root of the Vista dvd which we've already copied to the network, SCCM will then import all of the setup files that are required to support the installation of Windows Vista....
The Operating System Installation Package must contain all the files necessary to install the desired Windows operating system on a reference computer. For example, this package might contain all of the reference files found on a Microsoft Windows XP Professional installation CD (not just the files in the i386 folder) because the installation must be run unattended. You create this package as you would any other Configuration Manager 2007 package. This package does not require a program. The task sequence will reference the source files as needed.
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fill in details about the install package
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review the summary...
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and click close when done, now that we've added this package, we again need to distribute it to our distribution point, however we will add it only to the normal distribution point and not the pxe one.
Expand the Operating System Install Package node we've just added, right click on Distribution Points and choose New Distribution Points.
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Click next when the wizard appears and only select the first of the two distribution points listed, continue the wizard until it's completed (as we've done above).
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