Using Linked Deployment Points

In our demonstration we have a Test deployment share that has been populated with some deployment assets suchs as application, operating systems, out-of-box drivers and packages.  So how do I easily get the deployment assets I’ve tested into a production environment?  For that we’ll use Linked Deployment Shares.  We’ll create folders for the “tested” assets and then create a Selection Profile that will only contain those “tested” assets.  We’ll then create a Linked Deployment Share to replicate those assets to our production deployment share. 

 

Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 1 of 7)

Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 2 of 7)

Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 3 of 7)

Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 4 of 7)

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Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 6 of 7)

Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010: (Part 7 of 7)