Yeah, This script is hella cool. Ever need to get MDT to copy folders? Course you do: That’s why you’re here. Instead of writing a separate and new script every time you need a folder copied, just use this script I found last week. It really does make this part easy.
Thanks to this glorious, glorious script courtesy Mr. Michael Petersen’s brilliant site: blog.coretech.dk, You Too Can Copy Folders in MDT Like a Boss! (The Easy Way).
So, since half of what makes building images a pain is that half of what you’re doing is nothing more than copying folders; make it easy. Sometimes, these folders don’t already exist (Bummer)
Here’s what you need. The greatest MDT Folder Copy Script Ever Written: http://blog.coretech.dk/download/CopyFiles.zip
Then copy the folder to %SCRIPTROOT%\ and rename the folder to whatever, in this case, I am moving a folder of backgrounds for the UseOEMBackground Feature in a Windows 7 image building task sequence.
Copy it to your folder that needs to be copied on your Deployment Share.
Run it from your task sequence by adding a custom step or just copy any step that calls from scriptroot.
To copy an entire folder…
cscript.exe %ScriptRoot%\Folder\CopyFiles.vbs c:\TEST
Simply change C:\Test to whatever folder you need to create in the deployed system, it’s that easy.
Go get some tacos now that half of your image building process has now been automated.