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How do I image devices that only support UEFI boot?

04/25/2018 5226 views
Up until this point I have imaged using legacy boot on the devices and system images from the K2000. Are there instructions for creating an image for UEFI boot only devices?
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Yes there is...

Read this article by Quest. You need to register and sign in with the Quest website.

https://support.quest.com/kace-systems-deployment-appliance/kb/186950/uefi-image-process

Answered 04/25/2018 by: akmagnum
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  • I registered however I could not view the content because it said I did not have permission. After speaking with an agent, they told me I needed to subscribe before viewing portal content. Can someone please provide me with information on how to create a physical UEFI image from scratch...is this just a matter of setting up the BIOS for UEFI prior to installing Windows 10?

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Here is a quick set of instructions I wrote up for creating UEFI Drives if that is helpful too.:

https://www.itninja.com/blog/view/creating-a-usb-boot-drive-for-imaging-without-pxe


Answered 05/01/2018 by: DaveMT
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If all you are looking for is a USB Boot USB drive, you can create one the same was as legacy, but choose to format in FAT32 rather than NTFS.  Then when you select your boot device on the PC, you can choose the UEFI Boot USB option . That is how we boot to USB to image UEFI Devices.
Answered 05/01/2018 by: DaveMT
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