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The WDS image store is located in the Remoteinstall folder that you specified during the initial configuration of WDS. This contains the files and data that make up your WDS server. You will see a number of folders in Remoteinstall if you browse it with Windows Explorer, as shown in the following figure:



Boot   This is where all of the boot image files are stored. The WIM files are contained within the \<architecture>\Images folder. You may notice some BCD files.



Each boot image has an associated BCD file. This Boot Configuration Data (BCD) file contains the bootup parameters that used to be started in the boot.ini file in pre-Vista version of Windows.



Images   This is where the installation images are kept. There is a subfolder for each image group. You will notice that each image group has one large Read-Write Memory (RWM) file and one or more small WIM files. The RWM is the single instance store for your image group. This is where the install image contents are stored. The WIM file contains metadata for the installation image.

MGMT   This is the Auto-Add devices database. which is an ESE (Extensible Storage Engine) database, and it is used to automatically add computers to Active Directory.

   Note   The binlsvcdb.mdb keeps track of the pending devices.



Stores   This is where driver packages are processed and stored.





Templates   Here you will find a template unattended file for joining legacy operating systems to domain.





Tmp   This is a temporary working location for WDS.

WdsClientUnattended   This is where the WDS client unattended answer file is stored.


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