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ASDKDeployment.log
CreateASDKDeploymentIso.ps1
CreateWinPE.ps1
LICENSE
PrepareAzureStackPOC.ps1
PrepareAzureStackPOC.psm1
PrepareInstallation.ps1
README.md
RealCustomInternalNetwork.ps1
Start.ps1
winpe.jpg

README.md

Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK) Installer script

CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1

Run from an Administrative PowerShell: 
    CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory <folder to create ISO> -ASDKPassword <Password>
to create a new ISO deployment file. The <folder to create ISO> should not yet exist. For example c:\winpeISO
The script will use the Windows ADK to create a new ISO file that contains WindowsPE. During the creation it will download the latest scripts
    from the GitHub repository and place these on the root of WinPE (PrepareAzureStackPOC.ps1 / psm1 and Start.ps1). It will also download
    the winpe.jpg file from GitHub and place it in the System32 folder of the WinPE.
If Windows ADK is not yet installed, it will trigger and monitor the installation) quietly. This might take a whlie as the ADK will download 
    additional files. 
Once the download is complete, boot your server from the ISO. 


OPTIONAL PARAMETERS
    CustomGitLocation - to use a custom GITHUB repo : 
        CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory <folder to create ISO> -CustomGitLocation <username>/Repository

    CustomGitBranch - use a custom GITHUB branch : 
        CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory <folder to create ISO> -CustomGitBranch development

    ASDKPassword - password will be used for the deployment. If no password is specified, the PrepareAzureStackPOC.ps1 will ask for a password
        CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -ASDKPassword <Password>
    
    NetworkVHDLocation - specifies folder where to find the cloudbuilder.vhd 
        Must be specified together with
            ShareUserName - username to access the network share
            SharePassword - password to access the network drive
        
                CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -NetworkVHDLocation <UNCPath> -ShareUsername <user> -SharePassword <password>

!Warning! If a password is specified, it will be stored in clear text inside the ISO image (x:\windows\system32\startnet.cmd)

Examples: Create a simple ISO to boot from, which will - ask for the password to be used - uses a local USB with cloudbuilder.vhdx as the source OR - ask for a network location IF USB does not contain cloudbuilder.vhdx - ask for network location credentials (if network is used) - clears all disks - deploys cloudbuilder.vhdx and prepare - automatically deploys AzureStackDevelopmentKit

    CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory c:\test2
    
Create a bootable ISO that automates the deployment using the predefined password:    
    CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -ASDKPassword MYPAssword -TargetDirectory c:\test2 

Create a bootable ISO that automates the deployment using network source
    CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -ASDKPassword MYPAssword -TargetDirectory c:\test2 -ShareUsername AzureStack -SharePassword
            AzureStack -NetworkVHDLocation \\172.16.5.9\azurestack\DeployAzureStack\MASImage
     
Create a bootable ISO that uses a custom GitHub repository or branch     
     CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -CustomGitBranch development -CustomGitLocation RZomerman/ASDK
    

    Important:
        Git repository and GitBranch are CaSeSensiTive 

Start.ps1

This script is ran initially when booting from the created ISO. It will check for the latest script versions and if a newer PrepareAzureStackPOC.ps1 is found
    it will download it and run the newer version.

OPTIONAL PARAMETERS
    CustomGitLocation - to use a custom GITHUB repo : 
        CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory <folder to create ISO> -CustomGitLocation <username>/Repository

    CustomGitBranch - use a custom GITHUB branch : 
        CreateASDKDeploymentISO.ps1 -TargetDirectory <folder to create ISO> -CustomGitBranch development

!Warning! If a password or SharePassword is specified, it will be stored in clear text inside the ISO image (x:\start.ps1)

PrepareAzureStackPOC.ps1 / psm1

This script will prepare the server for ASDK. It can run in multiple modes, which are described later. The script will !DELETE ALL DATA ON ALL DRIVES! and          therefore NEVER run the script on anything else than your ASDK host. (there are some failsaves built-in, but the warning stands). After preparing the drives 
    it will download support scripts and services and if a Dell hardware host is found, it will also download Dell OpenManage. It will also try to find the 
    CloudBuilder.vhdx (the ASDK file) from multiple sources

    USB: If a local USB drive is found, the cloudbuilder.vhdx will be searched on the root of the USB drive
    Network: 
        If $override=$true is specified, the script will ask for network location, credentials and the path to the cloudbuilder.vhdx
        If $override=$false is specified, the script will use all variables defined in the script
    Download:
        If the script is running in Windows 2012/2016, the download option is available. It will download the latest version and unpack the download
            (this might take a while)
        - The version for winPE is in the works
        If download is selected and a local USB is present, the downloaded/unpacked cloudbuilder.vhdx will be copied onto the USB if there is enough room

!Warning! The Password for the ASDKServer will be stored in clear text inside the PrepareInstallation.ps1 and Unattend.xml file (These are stored on D:\Sources and C:\ respectively)

PrepareInstallation.ps1

After the WinPE part of the deployment is completed, the server will be rebooted in the ASDK vhdx. After the initial boot, the PrepareInstallation.ps1 is started
This script will install the supporting bits (like OpenManage, Visual Studio Code... ) as well as prepare the host by disabling Windows Update, enabling high-power scheme and other items.
If a custom installation document is found, the ASDK deployment will follow the customizations in the JSON file. 

This PowerShell script to automated the deployment of Azure Stack Development Kit (ASDK)