OSD Updated May 22, 2023

If you make changes to WinPE in your OSDCloud Workspace, you can easily update your OSDCloud USB WinPE volume by using Update-OSDCloudUSB

This OSD function easily works on multiple OSDCloud USB drives

Update-OSDCloudUSB -DriverPack

If you are ready to use OSDCloud Offline, then you can start by adding Driver Packs for your supported computers using Update-OSDCloudUSB with the DriverPack parameter. Supported manufacturers are Dell, HP, Lenovo, and Microsoft Surface


You can start by downloading the Driver Pack for your computer. Simply use the following command line

Update-OSDCloudUSB -DriverPack ThisPC


You can also specify one or more of the supported Manufacturers. Each manufacturer specified will present a PowerShell GridView which will allow you to select multiple models.

Some models have Driver Packs for both Windows 10 and Windows 11. In the Dell example below, both Driver Packs should be downloaded for proper compatibility. During an OSDCloud deployment, Windows 11 Driver Packs are selected over Windows 10

Update-OSDCloudUSB -DriverPack Dell

The DriverPack parameter will accept multiple values, separated by a comma. Additionally, Driver Packs that have already been downloaded will show as Downloaded in the Status column of PowerShell gridview

Update-OSDCloudUSB -DriverPack ThisPC,Dell


If you want to download the Driver Pack for your computer, and to select Driver Packs from all available Manufacturers, use this command

Update-OSDCloudUSB -DriverPack *

Update-OSDCloudUSB -OS

Finally, you can save any Operating Systems (Windows 10 1809 - Windows 11 21H2) that OSDCloud uses to your OSDCloud USB. You can download all OSDCloud supported Operating Systems with the following command line

Update-OSDCloudUSB -OS

Once Update-OSDCloudUSB runs, you will be prompted to select one or more Operating Systems from PowerShell gridview. You can then press OK to download the ESD files


If you know which OS you want to download, you can use the OSName parameter with a supported value


In my opinion, the best filter that you can select is OSLanguage. This will allow you select from all Operating Systems in your selected language


You can filter the OSLicense by Volume or Retail to narrow down the selections as well

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