- On the Deployment Server, mount/insert an Windows Server 2012 DVD, start Deployment Workbench and right-click Operating System and select Import Operating System and select Full set of source files, choose the DVD as source directory
- Right-click Task Sequences and choose New. Task Sequence ID and name can be whatever you want. Choose Standard ServerTask Sequence. Choose the OS and follow the wizard.
- In the Properties -> Windows PE -> x64 and x86 Settings, de-select “Generate a Lite Touch bootable ISO image” if you don’t really need it.
- Right-click Deployment Share and choose Update Deployment Share. Select Completely regenerate..
- Start Windows Deployment Services, right-click Boot Images and Add Boot Image and add both x86 and x64 .wim files from the directory to where you just generated them, <DRIVE>:\DeploymentShare\Boot.
- In Windows Deployment Services -> Properties on the server and on the Boot tab, select the default boot images for x86 and x64 which you just generated which were saved to <DRIVE>:\DeploymentShare\Boot. NOTE! You have to start the WDS service, otherwise the boot images will not be seen when you press Select.
Now you should be able to boot a computer and install it using MDT.