Some time last year, I wrote a blog post on how I moved away from traditional driver management with Configuration Manager, into a more ‘modern’ approach using regular packages.
- Find this post here: Almost Modern Driver Management with ConfigMgr and Powershell
Then a few days ago, I stumbled upon a twitter conversation with some very clever people, mentioning how they compressed some of their deployments of huge application into .zip files. The conversation moved on, and some more clever people mentioned the idea of compressing the binaries with WIM.
- Find the entire twitter conversation here: https://twitter.com/acjuelich/status/1284327742062899200
That got me intrigued, so I wanted to explore that option on my own. The result is obviously this blog post. 🙂
P.S. For good measures and all: Compressing binaries with WIM to use with ConfigMgr was not my idea nor invention. This is just me exploring, learning and sharing that experience with anyone who’s interested.