The problem with deploying Windows desktops is that it can be time-consuming and complex, especially when deploying to a large number of devices. Windows Deployment Services (WDS) is a solution to this problem that provides a way to efficiently deploy Windows operating systems over a network.
To use WDS, an administrator first configures a WDS server and adds the Windows installation files and any device drivers that are needed. The administrator can then use the WDS user interface to create a "boot image" that will be used to start the installation process on each client device.
Next, the administrator configures the client devices to boot from the network and connect to the WDS server. When the client device starts up, it will receive the boot image from the WDS server and begin the installation process. The administrator can then use the WDS user interface to monitor the progress of the deployment and make any necessary adjustments.
Once the deployment is complete, the client devices will have the specified Windows operating system installed and configured, ready for use. Using WDS can save time and effort compared to manually installing the operating system on each device individually. It also makes it easier to ensure that all of the devices are consistently configured and up-to-date.