I know that within a task sequence you can select a boot image for that task sequence to use. However, before you even get that far, when the computer first starts up, the SCCM/WDS server picks an image to give to that computer. How does SCCM/WDS select the image to use?
For example, we've got an image, call it SIT00001, and it is assigned to a task sequence. When a PC starts up, it gets this boot image. Now, you want to add support for a new device, so you take the original image, add the drivers, and create a new image to test, call it SIT00002. When you boot the PC, before you select a task sequence, which image will that PC get? And is there a way to say "this PC should get this image, and that PC gets that image"?
There seems to be lots of info out there about how to create a new boot image and assign it to a task sequence, but they all seem to skip over the initial boot image selection process. Or at least, my search skills haven't been able to find it. Can anyone shed some light?