Bdd 2016 updating osd
Meaning, that it has no use to modify the OSDComputer Name variable each time when doing a new computer deployment.If you are going to deploy 1000 machines, leave the field empty.Lastly there is the a file we haven’t discussed before, but I think along the way we all know the answer, since it’s already hidden (or visible 😉 ) in the logfile: Because when we look in the logfile of a running or completed deployment we will find values like the following everywhere: “” which means, that any value specified in either Custom or Task Sequence Variable, or settings stored in a database, will take precedence over a specified value in the So that right after the deployment has started, the gather step will run, and will collect information from all available ‘sources’, Custom Settings.ini, Task Sequence Variable or the default which resides in your “ And then there’s also the possibility to influence values in the Custom with the “Priority” parameter, which I will discuss in a later blog.In our environment, most wide spread replacements/reimaging happens right before the Christmas break and during the Summer.
The value underneath “OSDComputer Name” already reveals, that if this value is specified in the this value will be used as the designated name for this particular machine.
As some of you might know, MDT works with, and can be provided with certain values that are needed as input for an Operating System Deployment.
Normally certain values can be and will be provided during deployment.
For example, when the MDT wizard pages are displayed, to ask for a specific information, like “Computer Details”, where the OSDComputer Name of the machine can be injected.
This information can also be specified elsewhere, specified in three different ways: The question however is, which setting takes precedence over which setting?