Windows 10: Easiest way to roll out w10 to multiple NUCs for new office

  1.    31 Mar 2016 #1

    Easiest way to roll out w10 to multiple NUCs for new office


    Hello


    As the title suggests, what is the easiest way to roll out Windows 10 to multiple desktop NUCs all with SSD's? My previous experience is only installing windows to single workstations. My first thought was to possibly create one install and then clone across to the other SSD's although im not sure if that is possible and/or the best solution?


    Any advice much appreciated!
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       31 Mar 2016 #2

    dannyb123 said: View Post
    As the title suggests, what is the easiest way to roll out Windows 10 to multiple desktop NUCs all with SSD's?
    It depends. This method works well for a small amount of computers, say up to 10 - 15: Windows 10 Image - Customize in Audit Mode with Sysprep - Windows 10 Forums

    In "serious" deployment, for instance deploying over the network to tens or hundreds of computers, the deployment method using a third party imaging application told in above mentioned tutorial is out of the question. For deployment in corporate environment I suggest you start by reading this support article: Windows Deployment Services Getting Started Guide for Windows Server 2012

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