This is for use in school, the software is provided free with no end user support since there is no distributor.
When creating a 64bit deployment for Windows 8.1 the resultant deployment will not install on the end clients.
This seems to be a common problem fixed for attended installs in SP1 for alot of 8.1 issues.
However my issue is how do I create an up to date deployment that will install onto a remote 8.1 clients if SP1 is not included in creating the deployment?
Currently manually installing on 8.1 from the deployment files created fails at the progress bar around the prequesite C++ redistrubatables.
I simply need an up to do complete installer for 2014 + SP1 to create deployments from?
Thanks in advance.
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Solved! by david.lau. See the answer in context.
I would just re-create the deployment instead of modifying it.
Yes in the end I simply recreated the deployment and investigated the customisation options to include a downloaded version of SP1.
This solved the issues.
Thanks to all responders accross email/other forums too.
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