Thankfully, if you have WSUS on your network, you’ve already got them all (assuming you’ve approved them and synced WSUS, anyway).In the packages folder in your deployment share, create a new folder to house them all.
This update requires the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) for Windows 10, available on the Microsoft Hardware Dev Center.
One way is via the command line, as documented here, which is good for “live” WIMs and if you’ve only a few to do.
However, this way uses the MDT and WSUS to inject the updates as Windows 7 is installed.
We’ve received a number of questions over the past few days on the best way to upgrade from MDT 2008 to MDT 2008 Update 1 without losing any settings.
The most common problem that has been seen is that the Deployment Points are no longer present after installing MDT 2008 Update 1.