PXE booting models without native ethernet ports (using docks instead - injecting drivers into boot.wim / winpe?)

Hey all -

I have some laptop models coming in without native ethernet ports (they have a mini port with an available adapter, but not getting the adapter.). the preferred manner to pxe boot and image these will be through a docking solution’s ethernet port.

If I need to add a driver to the boot.wim / winpe image (such as this: https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/solutions/ht104480) - what is the process? I’m familiar with handling model drivers for the imaging process but not for modifying the boot image drivers. If I import the drivers using the regular process and just specify Windows 10 / WinPE10, will that automatically update the boot image as well?

process to follow is described here: https://www.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/en/SS63NW_9.5.0/com.ibm.bigfix.lifecycle.doc/Lifecycle/OSD_Users_Guide/c_managing_bindings.html
Your use case is the binding of a driver that manages a device not listed in PCI inventory (docking station is not read by OSD at pxe boot time, because it is external)

I hope this helps, regards

thanks, pretty sure that is the information I needed!