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Creating An ISO Image using the System Build and Update Utility (SBUU)


To create an ISO image:

  1. On the Systems Build and Update Utility Home screen, click Apply/Export Configuration.
    The Configure Apply/Export Options screen is displayed.
  2. Select the Create Auto-deployment Bootable Image option and click Destination to specify the location where you want to save the ISO image.
  3. On the ISO Save Location screen, specify the location where you want to save the ISO image and click Continue.
    If you choose USB as the location, you can also make the USB key bootable.
    The Configure Apply/Export Options screen is displayed.
  4. Click Apply/Export.
    The ISO image is created.
    You can create a bootable media to boot the systems that you want to update or deploy.



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