Ted Pruitt Posted May 1, 2019 Report Share Posted May 1, 2019 So I have my base image of Win 10x64 1903 LTSC -- I pushed out a bunch of updates and instead of making a whole new image, i wanted to make a differential of just the updates so I didn't need to create a whole new image, figuring I would do this for every group of updates and then quarterly I would create a new whole image. When I pushed the image as a test, the test machine didn't have any of the updates. So perhaps I'm not understanding the concept. Do I have to push the DWM separately? Does it require making a deployment package and an answer file? Or is there maybe a special naming convention I missed? It appears to me that the computer I pushed to simply received the base image, nothing more. The documentation on differential imaging is pretty sparse. Also, as a future request, would it be possible to do something like they do with snapshots in VM-Ware - in which I could take the delta image and incorporate it into the final image, eliminating the need to recapture everything? Any help would be appreciated. Ted Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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