Now, copy and rename the base image: NOTE: I don't add any additional packages or drivers to my Windows PE, however I am including the following two steps for those who might need them.
You can add additional packages by using the following syntax: Close the Deployment Tools Command Prompt.
There are many UEFI-capable devices that are running Microsoft Windows in BIOS emulation mode today.
Courseware materials even suggest that MCT’s instruct their students regarding specific Power Shell capability for use in preparing drives, deploying Windows Image Files, and performing trouble shooting operations from the Windows Recovery Environment.
Yet Power Shell is not natively in the Windows PE image or Windows 8/8.1 RE environment.
This blog will provide some basic direction for adding Power Shell to your PE environment so that you can use this powerful command line and scripting tool.
Just keep in mind that this tutorial uses c:\winpe in the examples, so you'll need to adapt that to your choice of destination.
The command creates the necessary folder structure within the destination folder.