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Winclone 7 supports deploying Windows via Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) via booting to a Windows Preinstallation Environment (Win PE).
A similar workflow can be applied for environments that deploy Windows images via SCCM.
Note: Visual C 2015 is included in Visual C 2017, so you only install Visual C 2017.
For the Visual C runtimes, you make the install a bit easier by using a VBScript wrapper that installs all of them.
It's not the end of the world, there is a workaround: So, the injection of the MDAC component into the MDT 2013 Update 1 boot image breaks when running on Windows Server 2012 R2, in combination of having a fast disk (SSD). Keith Garner has posted a more detailed explanation on the issue: Workaround #1: Update the deployment from a Windows 10 machine with MDT 2013 Update 1 and Windows 10 ADK installed (open deployment share remotely).
Workaround #2: Disable the MDAC from the MDT boot images, no harm if you are not using the MDT database.
Other than above, upgrading MDT 2013 Lite Touch to MDT 2013 Update 1 is quite straight forward, simple follow these steps: Note #1: Don't forget to create new task sequences after the upgrade, the MDT 2013 Update 1 task sequence templates have updated logic on disk partitioning (and a few other updates).
Drivers are important because they will give the Mac network access, mouse, and keyboard in the Win PE environment.
Download and install the Microsoft Development Toolkit and install in Windows 10.
Update September 16, 2015: MDT 2013 Update 1 has been re-released, new build (8298).