The Windows Automated Installation Kit

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Deploying workstations is something that can be very time consuming. Microsoft has recently released its Windows Automated Installation Toolkit to aide in this process.

System administrators are known to spend hours on end figuring out new and more efficient ways to deploy desktop operating systems to network clients. Microsoft has recognized this need and answered it with the release of its Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK).

The WAIK includes several different programs used to create a fully automated Windows desktop deployment center. Not only does it include all of these programs, but it also includes documentation on how they all work. This includes updated versions of the ImageX utility and the Windows Pre-Execution (WinPE) environment. ')}

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