Deployment package sccm updating distribution point
However, they will continue to work as they did before the upgrade.
When that happens, you will no longer be able to customize the boot images in the Configuration Manager console.The General page of the Update Distribution Points wizard provides information about the Windows ADK version installed on the site server, the Windows ADK version from which Windows PE was used in the boot image, and the version of the Configuration Manager client.You can use this information to help you decide whether to reload the boot image.Applies To: System Center Configuration Manager 2007, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R2, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 R3, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP1, System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 Use the Deploy Software Updates Wizard in Configuration Manager 2007 to create a software update deployment, which downloads the software updates and creates a deployment package if necessary, allows for the creation of deployment templates, and deploys the software updates defined in the deployment to members of the target collection.The following deployment properties are defined in the Deploy Software Updates Wizard: An asterisk (*) denotes the properties that can be stored in a deployment template.The deployment package settings are not displayed if all software updates in the deployment have previously been downloaded and copied to a package shared folder on the distribution point.
When previously downloaded, the deployment is automatically configured to use the package that hosts the software update.
This includes the new Window PE version from the updated Windows ADK, the new version of the Configuration Manager client, and all customizations remain unchanged. When you use the Update Distribution Points action from the Boot Images node in the Configuration Manager console, Configuration Manager updates the target boot image with the client components, drivers, customizations, etc.
Beginning in Configuration Manager version 1706, you can choose to reload the latest version of Windows PE (from the Windows ADK installation directory) in the boot image.
Boot images are used to start a computer in Win PE, which is a minimal operating system with limited components and services that prepare the destination computer for Windows installation. Configuration Manager provides two default boot images: One to support x86 platforms and one to support x64 platforms.
These images are stored in: \\Note The Configuration Manager Trace Log Tool is added to all boot images that you add to the Software Library.
An existing deployment template can be selected at the start of the wizard to automatically populate these properties.