Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Team BlogOfficial blog for MDT 2010
The Client Management team is pleased to announce the availability of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2013. The installer, release notes and updated documentation are available now on the Microsoft Download Center.
MDT 2013 requires the use of the Windows ADK for Windows 8.1 which is also available for download.
We encourage you to download and use this new version for deploying Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7, and integrating with System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager. You can also continue to submit feedback via the MDT group of the Client Management program on Connect.
Additionally, please note the MDT Support Lifecycle is also now available.
As always, visit www.microsoft.com/mdt for more information on the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit.
--Aaron Czechowski, Senior Program Manager (@AaronCzechowski)
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After installing both the MDT 2013 and Windows ADK for Windows 8.1 (successfully)
I run the Deployment Workbench
I Look at Components.
I see "Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit" with a status of Required
I submitted a bug (ID: 806210) via the MDT group link in your post.
thanks for the post,
Whats is www.fosfera.com/microsoft-toolkit-2-4-9-final-ultima-version
Is real Tookit or fake?
@Luis: Yes, it is a fake, and chock full of malware to boot; engage your google-fu and do some research before asking a question like this.
Just migrating from MDT2010 to MDT2013. Think i've found a bug in scripts\ZTIApplications.wsf. Installer return code 3010 is used to trigger a reboot and continue where left off. The Function InstallApplication is recursive to install applications and dependencies. The code to install dependencies does set InstallApplication = 3010 if application requested a reboot. The code to install apps that are not dependencies only returns 3010 if the application has "reboot this applicaiton" checked. It should also set InstallApplication = 3010 if iResult is 3010, somewhere around the comment "Normalize the results". I noticed unexpected behaviour after installing one app that required reboot and then a second app that didn't. The second app exit code 0 was returned to task sequence instead of 3010. It didn't reboot after first app.