Today I would like to show you, how you can implement an Upgrade of a Windows 10 Installation through the Servicing Option.
Do I want to use the Option that the clients will download the Windows 10 Sources from the Microsoft Update Servers?
When I use an Upgrade Task Sequence, I can copy most of the steps from the regular OSD Task Sequence
I always think of two things, when I have to decide to use an Upgrade Task Sequence or the Servicing Model, and those are:
But for this blog post, I would like to show my setup for the servicing model.
First of all, I have already written a post about the Update process in a slightly overview manner, you will find this post here: My old post
The first step would be to determine which packages you would like to implement for the upgrade. Based on the fact, that I use English as base language, I will add the Feature on Demand (FoD) packages, and I will also add the feature package NetFx3. My Setup does also contain the German Langauge, which requires me to add the corresponding Language Pack and FoD Packages. The following picture shows the folder of my Packages which I want to include within the Windows 10 Installation:
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