This post by David Papkin is about Maintaining Windows 10 using Windows ICD
The Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer (ICD) tool streamlines the customizing and provisioning of a Windows image.
You can use Windows ICD to do the following tasks:
- View all of the configurable settings and policies for a Windows 10 image or provisioning package.
- Create Windows provisioning answer files.
- Add third-party drivers, apps, or other assets to an answer file.
- Create variants and specify the settings that apply to each variant.
- Build and flash a Windows image.
- Build a provisioning package.
Windows ICD is primarily designed for use by:
- OEMs, ODMs, and Makers looking for a simple and streamlined process of creating and deploying a Windows image.
- System integrators who provision devices based on their customers’ needs.
- IT departments for business and educational institutions who need to provision bring-your-own-device (BYOD) and business-supplied devices.
This video demo by David Papkin shows how to use Windows ICD
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