Microsoft Windows system package type configuration
The System Package Types configurations window lets you add a system package type or change configuration information for a Windows system package type.
To create a customized System Package Type (SPT) for Windows 2012 R2 X64 OS for provisioning, see Workaround for provisioning the Windows 2012 R2.
WIM Based System Package
Select this check box along with the next check box if this system package type is for creating system packages based on a WIM image in a data store (for either Windows 2008 or 2012).
Windows 2008 and R2 (For WIM Image Windows server 2012)
Select this check box if this system package type is for Windows 2008. Then from the drop-down menu, select the Windows 2008 or Windows 2008 R2 operating system type.
You can select this check box either on its own or in combination with the previous check box.
|Windows Server 2012 and R2 System Package (Scripted)|
Select only this check box if this system package type is for Windows 2012 and Windows 2012 R2. Then from the drop-down menu, select the Datacenter or Standard operating system type.
Indicates the architecture of the machines you plan to provision with this system package type.
System package type
Name of the system package type.
OS Installer location
Directory where the operating system installer is located.
WIM-based system packages: Enter the path to the WIM image, including the image name. Specify a path relative to the full path of the data store. For example, if the image resides in:
RSCD agent installer location
Directory where the RSCD agent installer files reside.
Initial Partition Size (MB)
Size of the initial disk partition (in MB).