Get StartedLearn how to set up the Raspberry Pi 2 and connect it to your computer. Note that this requires you to have a PC running Windows 10 Technical Preview.1. Select Your Device2. Set up your Raspberry Pi 2 30min 3. Set up your PC4. DevelopWhat you needA PC running Windows 10 Insider Preview.Raspberry Pi 2.5V micro USB power supply with at least 1.0A current.NOTE: You may want to use a higher current power supply (>2.0A) instead if you plan on using several USB peripherals or high-current devices.A 8gb Class 10 (or better) micro SD card.If you don’t have an SD card, we suggest this one or this one.HDMI cable (if display is desired).Ethernet cable.Put the Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview image on your SD CardWe have provided a utility to provision your SD card with the Windows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview. The following steps can only be executed on a system running Windows 10 (build 10069 or higher).Follow these instructions to configure your SD card:NOTE: you will need to follow these instructions on a physical Windows machine (and not a VM) because you need access to the SD card reader.Configure your connect account here. Note that if your account was already configured, you’ll see a blank page.Make a local copy of the flash.ffu contained in Windows_IoT_Core_RPI2_BUILD.zip found here.Insert an SD card into your SD card reader.Open an admininistrator command prompt and navigate to the folder containing your local flash.ffu.Find the disk number that your SD card is on your computer. This will be used when the image is applied in the next step. To do this, you can use the diskpart utility. Run the following commands:diskpartlist diskexitUsing the admininistrator command prompt, apply the image to your SD card by running the following command (be sure to replace PhysicalDriveN with the value you found in the previous step, for example, if your SD card is disk number 3, use /ApplyDrive:\\.\PhysicalDrive3 below):dism.exe /Apply-Image /ImageFile:flash.ffu /ApplyDrive:\\.\PhysicalDriveN /SkipPlatformCheckClick on the “Safely Remove Hardware” icon in your task tray and select your USB SD card reader to safely remove it from the system. Failing to do this can cause corruption of the image.Hook up your BoardInsert micro SD card you prepared in the section above (the slot is on the opposite side of the board shown below).Connect a network cable to the Ethernet port on the board.Connect an HDMI monitor to the HDMI port on the board.Connect the power supply to the micro USB port on the board.Boot Windows 10 IoT Core Insider PreviewWindows 10 IoT Core Insider Preview will boot automatically after connecting power supply.On the very first boot the Windows IoT Core will do some first boot configurations and it will display a default blue colored application while this is happening. Wait for a few minutes and the board will automatically restart. This will happen only once and then DefaultApp should come up, displaying the IP address of the Raspberry Pi 2. Follow the instructions here to use PowerShell to connect to your running device.It is highly recommended that you update the default password for the Administrator account. Please follow the instructions found in the PowerShell documentation.Remote Debugger will launch automatically when your Raspberry Pi 2 boots.
Source: Windows IoT – SetupBoard