The USB Media Creator allows administrators to create a bootable USB drive based on the Deployment Packages you have created in the OS Deployment section.
This gives you the option to image a computer using a bootable USB containing your captured image or an image that has been added using an ISO and has the OS Install Settings you defined tied to it.
To create a bootable USB, follow the steps below:
1.Open the Deploy Imaging Server (DIS) interface and click on USB Media Creator.
USB Media Creator
2.Once the USB Media Creator opens up, select the Deployment Package you would like to use.
3. Select a Policy.
4. Select the Target USB Drive.
All data will be wiped from the selected drive.
5. Partitions will be created based on the Install Settings chosen in the Deployment Package.
Optional: This can be edited here, and up to three partitions can be added.
Select Edit in the Partitions section.
In the Configure Partitions Window, select the number of Partitions you would like to have and enter the partition size for each partition.
6. Click START.
The bootable USB Media Drive will now be created containing your Deployment Package and Policy.