Updating the deployment share
The cmdlet returns with no output if the update is successful.The deployment share must next be updated to generate a new Lite Touch_x86 and Lite Touch_x64 boot environment that contains the Location file and the updated Boot file. To learn more about customizing Windows PE, see the Windows Preinstallation Environment User's Guide for Windows 7 in the Windows AIK .Updating a deployment share causes Deployment Workbench to update its configuration files, source files, and Windows PE images .Windows Deployment Services is the best way to start the Windows PE boot images on lab computers .Updating the boot images is faster than burning media, and booting destination computers is quicker. NOTE You must use the same platform edition of Windows PE to start computers for installing each platform edition of Windows.You can perform the same process using the Deployment Workbench, as described in Update a Deployment Share in the Deployment Workbench.
The available values are 32, 64, 128, 256, and 512 MB, with 32 being the default. Click the Windows PE Components (platform) tab for each platform and edit the settings described in Table 6-7, as shown here, and then click OK .To indicate that the deployment share supports the x86 platform, select the x86 check box.To indicate that the deployment share supports the x64 platform, select the x64 check box .You can also perform additional customizations of your Windows PE images .For example, you can customize the background bitmap, add additional directories, and increase the scratch space size from its default value of 32 megabytes (MB) up to a maximum of 512 MB if needed.