Windows 10: Adding drivers for several machines to one Windows 10 image
Adding drivers for several machines to one Windows 10 image
I'm creating images for several computers with different hardware.
The settings and applications should be the same on all machines, the only thing that really differs is the drivers needed.
I'm tempted to add drivers for all machines to the same image to only have to manage one image but I'm concerned that it might cause problems. What is the best practice here? Should I create one .wim for every different hardware configuration or can I have one .wim that holds drivers for all hardware configurations without any problems?
I'm using Windows 10 and the image is going to be on both Xeon and i5 based computers.
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