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How does the windows 10 image need to be setup for it to run great on surface pro 4s?

And how do you pxe boot for the Surface 4s?


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  • I would also like to see a proper SBS for this. I have created a new KBE, downloaded driver pack from Microsoft and put into the driver feed. The K2000 upgrade is scheduled for early next month. A proper guide to be able to put I all together would be appreciated.
  • Jstump did you ever find a way to do this? I've been given the task of imaging our first surfaces and i'm struggling!

    I can't sysprep them at all to start with
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The process for booting the Surface 4 into the KBE would be the same with the other versions, meaning it only will be able to boot into UEFI mode. Depending on version and the configuration of DHCP its possible to boot into the UEFI KBE though PXE if using ipxe, if still using prelinux then will need to create a USB Key formatted as UEFI to boot the system to the main KACE menu.

Windows 10 contains some unique issues, such as the update from 1511 to 1607 is considered an upgrade and will cause problems when attempting to sysprep. The tilemodeldatasvc also can cause issues, usually if you set to disabled and reboot the system, then set to at next startup in the registry there will be no error. See the following links for additional information and once it has been sysprep'd and in the KBE go to a command window and check the /windows/system32/sysprep/panther/setuperr.log file. If this is empty then sysprep is successful, any items listed here should be corrected before capturing the image.

Answered 12/23/2016 by: TheAustinDave
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