Optimize the boot image updating process completely regenerate the boot
On the Options screen select Optimize the boot image updating process and click on Next. During the progress you can see the creation of Lite Touch PE (x64) boot image. We now need to configure our WDS and add boot images to allow our client to access our Win PE environment.
The option Completely regenerate the boot images will rebuild everything from scratch, if you want to start from a clean installation you can select this option, but for now we don’t need it. These images will be used later with our WDS to allow our client to boot on the Win PE. Open you WDS console, right click on your server and Configure Server.
The following screen ask you if you want to add images now or later.
In your Deployment Share go in the Operating System folder, select the two images related to Windows Server 2012 R2 SERVERSTANDARD and Windows Server 2012 R2 SERVERSTANDARDCORE, right click on it and click on Delete.
On the screen below, check “Completely delete these items, even if there are copies in other folders. The screen after will display the summary for the images we are going to delete. After that, you will see a progress window, once the deletion complete you should see a window like this one. Ok, we have finished to import our raw images to be deploy in our Deployment Share.
We select to which client our WDS server will respond (i.e. Respond only to known client computers this option will make your WDS server to respond only if the client computer has a prestaged Active Directory account.
Respond to all client computers (known and unknown) by selecting this option any computer will be allowed to connect to the WDS server.This way, they don’t have to install the toolkit which would be too complicated for the local support staff.