New-OSBuildTask
A New-OSBuildTask will take an existing OSMedia and apply customizations

-TaskName

The name of the Task you are creating. This name will be used for naming the Task JSON file. This parameter is required
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New-OSBuildTask -TaskName 'Win10 Ent x64 1809'
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-BuildName

OSBuilds are automatically named in the following format:
<Operating System> <Edition> <Arch> <UBR>
If you require something more friendly, use the BuildName parameter
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New-OSBuildTask -TaskName 'Win10 Ent x64 1809' -BuildName 'Engineering Build'
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-EnableNetFX3

If you want to enable NetFX3 in your OSBuild (recommended), use this parameter
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New-OSBuildTask -TaskName 'Win10 Ent x64 1809' -EnableNetFX3
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Create New-OSBuildTask

Now create a basic New-OSBuildTask with the following command line
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New-OSBuildTask -TaskName 'Win10 Ent x64 1809 Demo' -BuildName 'Slackers'
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Select a Source OSMedia

Select a source OSMedia to use for the OSBuild Task. It is not necessary to select the latest version as OSBuilder will automatically select the newest version when using New-OSBuild

Complete

When the script is complete, the customizations will be displayed in the PowerShell console

Task File

A Task will be created at "C:\OSBuilderDemo\Tasks\OSBuild Win10 Ent x64 1809.json"

Task Contents

The image below is what a typical OSBuild Task looks like. In this JSON file are all the values needed for creating a New-OSBuild