Creating bootable media from a workflow

To deploy a workflow to a target server, you must create bootable media. This topic provides the steps for creating a deployment image on boot media.

Before you begin

Before you can create boot media, you must have created a workflow to be deployed on the boot media.


  1. From the main menu, select Bootable Media Profiles.
  2. Click Create to create a boot media profile.
  3. Enter a name for the profile.
  4. From the drop-down menu, select a workflow to be deployed on the boot media.
  5. From the drop-down menu, select a boot method. Supported methods are:
    • USB - Creates a boot image that is deployed from a USB key.
    • ISO - Creates an ISO image to be burned to a CD or DVD for deployment.
    • PXE - Creates a boot image to be deployed from a network share.
  6. Click Next to select TCP/IP configuration options for the target server. If you want to use a static network configuration for the target server, enter the configuration information on this panel.
  7. Click Next to select the machine types for this deployment.
  8. Click Next. If all of the required UXSPs and SEPs are available or you did not elect to validate their availability, you can review your selections.
  9. When you are satisfied with your selections, click Create Boot Media to begin creating the media. When prompted, provide the path information for the media you selected.


The boot media you selected is created.

What to do next

To begin the deployment, start your target server from this media.