GPOPacks Missing From MDT Offline Media

It seems (from Michael Niehaus’s post here) that some folders are missed out when replicating to Linked Deployment Shares and more importantly (in my case anyway) to Offline Media – in my scenario the folder being missed is some Custom GPOPacks that I have created and placed in the ‘%DeploymentRoot%\Templates\GPOPacks’ folder.

As Michael demonstrates there is a PowerShell command which can be used to ensure that this content is copied when creating Offline Media. This is what I used to add my GPOPacks into my Offline Media copy:

Import-Module 'C:\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\Bin\MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit.psd1'
Restore-MDTPersistentDrive
Set-ItemProperty -Path 'DS002:\Media\MEDIA001' -Name ExtraFolders -Value @(“Templates\GPOPacks”)

After running these commands and then updating the media content, the required folders were included in the Offline Media.

/ JC

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