Why updating deployment share

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You can also perform additional customizations of your Windows PE images .

For example, you can customize the background bitmap, add additional directories, and increase the scratch space size from its default value of 32 megabytes (MB) up to a maximum of 512 MB if needed.

Deployment Workbench automatically adds the NIC device drivers that you add to the deployment share to the Windows PE boot images .

■ All Drivers Includes all folders from the Out-Of-Box Drivers node in Deployment Workbench This selection profile includes all device drivers ■ All Drivers And Packages Includes all folders from the Applications and Out-Of-Box Drivers nodes in Deployment Workbench This selection profile includes all applications and device drivers ■ Nothing Includes no folders in Deployment Workbench This selection profile includes no items ■ Sample A sample selection profile that illustrates how to select a subset of the items and include all folders from the Packages and Task Sequences nodes in Deployment Workbench This selection profile includes all operating system packages and task sequences NOTE If you have created any custom selection profiles, these will also be available for selection here.

Deployment Workbench updates the deployment share's files and generates the Windows PE boot images when you update the deployment share, not when you create it.

Deployment Workbench stores these boot images in the deployment share's \Boot folder.

To indicate that the deployment share supports the x86 platform, select the x86 check box.

To indicate that the deployment share supports the x64 platform, select the x64 check box .

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