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If you ware working with WAIK you would probably have to search through the included documentation to find the correct DISM commands to add the drivers to your boot image. This is not the case with WDS in Windows Server 2008 R2.

Navigate to the boot image that you want to update, right-click on it, and select Add Driver Packages To Image…, as you can see in the following figure:



This opens the Add Driver Packages To Boot Image Wizard, as you can see in the following figure:



You may have many drivers added to a production WDS server. The search tool will help you filter the drivers to only those that are suitable to add to a boot image. The search criteria are set up by default to include the network, system, and storage drivers that you will need, and the correct architecture for the boot image that you have selected. All you have to do is click Search For Packages and the appropriate driver packages will be found. You can choose to add all or only selected driver packages to your boot image. Remember that your boot image will grow in size if you add more driver packages to it.







WDS will mount the boot image and inject the driver packages for you when you complete the wizard. No command prompt or scripting is needed. The injection of the drivers to the boot image will take some time, even with a just few driver packages.





The wizard will report on the success/failure of your driver import when it is completed, as you can see in the following figure:




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