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Refer to this documentation when you have to image a device with a tier 1 image.

Step-by-step guide

  1. You will need a tier 1 imaging USB stick. The USB stick labelled T1-004 is a tier 1 imaging stick.

    Potential Blocker

    Ensure that the network connection is working. Some motherboards cause the ONT to register a fault. If this is the case you will have to daisy chain the Ethernet connection from the mini-switch on the desk phone.

  2. Boot into the BIOS options and select "Boot from USB".
  3. Follow the SCCM imaging prompts.
    1. Make sure you type in the name of the machine, otherwise it will automatically generate a name. If this happens then DCO will have to use their service account to add it back to the domain with the device's proper name.

    2. You will have a choice to select which version of Windows Server you would like to image the device with. It is recommended to go with the most current version.
  4. Log in as "administrator" with the OTS password.
    1. This password cannot be shared on Confluence. If you do not have the password you will have to reach out to DCO.
  5. Add yourself and the user as local administrators.
  6. Apply Windows Updates, any roles and features that are needed (probably Hyper V), and restart as necessary.
  7. Check to see if the copy of Windows is registered. If it is not, follow the steps below:
    1. Open Elevated Command Prompt.
    2. Type "slmgr /skms kms.it.wsu.edu" (without quotes) and hit Enter.
    3. Click OK to message that KMS set to kms.it.wsu.edu successfully.
    4. Type "slmgr /ato" (without quotes) and hit Enter.
    5. Click OK to message.