Is it the group or the wim that allows you to have multiple options when pushing out new images with WDS?
Mike mentioned that you can create groups that allow you to put images together that reduce the amount of storage used. He mentions compression on the images and also "single instancing" where you can have multiple installs in one wim.
What would you put in a group but not a single wim? Is it just the wim that does single instancing? Are there limitations for using one over the other? Can I mix architectures? Are there any examples or best practices?
MCSA Windows Server 2012 - 70-411 Course Subtitle: Administering Windows Server 2012
Deploy and Manage WDS