There are times when a location needs to have a self-contained image that is not distributed over the network, is bootable, and essentially hands-free. This may be done on a DVD, or Thumb Drive, or some other portable media. This procedure is designed to help you create one using the Symantec Management Platform and Deployment Solution 7.x. A similar article for DS 6.9 can be found in HOWTO9572.
Step 1: Create an image. We recommend you use Ghost, though any image format will work. For the purpose of this article, we'll assume you have a Ghost image. This is no different than any other image capture you would perform so no steps will be included.
Step 2: using BootWiz (BDC), make a WinPE configuration (this cannot be done in the console)
Step 3: Modify the configuration by adding the image, and instructions to load it.
In this step, you are going to essentially "insert" the image, imaging tools, and scripts necessary to launch the image automatically once the preboot OS has loaded.
Step 4: Create the ISO / Boot disk