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Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide1: 18.06.2007 | Microsoft Norge Windows Vista Installation: 18.06.2007 | Microsoft Norge Windows Vista Installation Trond Haugmo Allianse Øst AS Level 300 What Will We Cover?: Managed Deployment Advantages Windows Imaging Windows Preinstallation Environment Deployment Management Systems What Will We Cover? Helpful Experience: Level 300 Familiarity with deployment concepts Familiarity with Windows administration Helpful Experience Level 300 Agenda: Exploring Deployment Considerations Using Vista Deployment Tools Deploying Windows Vista Agenda Deployment Challenges: Deployment Challenges System Diversity Hardware Software Roles Admin Costs Configuration Testing Management Data Migration Applications User data System settings Managed Deployment Advantages: Managed Deployment Advantages Consistency Limit configurations Standardize systems Manageability Centralized Automated Reliability System testing System Restore Deployment Scenarios: Deployment Scenarios Agenda: Exploring Deployment Considerations Using Vista Deployment Tools Deploying Windows Vista Agenda Vista Deployment Enhancements: Vista Deployment Enhancements Modularization Component separation Independent definition Building blocks Windows Imaging Powerful tools Configurable files Flexible application Microsoft Deployment Solutions www.microsoft.com/technet/windowsvista/deploy Windows Imaging: Windows Imaging WIM file format Capture system state Multiple images per WIM file Hardware-independent ImageX: ImageX Command-line tool Mount WIM files Modify WIM files Capture WIM files Apply files changes Export WIM files Imaging Extensibility: Imaging Extensibility Windows PE 2.0: Windows PE 2.0 Windows System Image Manager: Windows System Image Manager Slide16: Using System Image Manager Mount a Windows Image Customize Windows Explorer Customize Disk Partitions demonstration Agenda: Exploring Deployment Considerations Using Vista Deployment Tools Deploying Windows Vista Agenda Image-Based Deployment: Image-Based Deployment Offline Test Build Image Windows PE Disk Prep Apply Image Online Settings Unattend.xml First Boot SysPrep Unique ID OOBE Register User Config Image-Based Upgrade: Image-Based Upgrade Hardware Specialization Install non-standard drivers Test hardware Apply New System Restore user data Delete old system Vista Upgrade Enhancements: Vista Upgrade Enhancements Microsoft BDD: Microsoft BDD www.microsoft.com/technet/desktopdeployment What Is The Solution Accelerator For Business Desktop Deployment?: What Is The Solution Accelerator For Business Desktop Deployment? End-to-end guidance, best practices, and tools for efficient planning, building, and deploying Windows and Office Based on real-world experience and industry best practices Increase automation Decrease costs Manual Deployment $500 - $1000 per PC Zero Touch Less than $100 per PC Light Touch ~ $350 per PC BDD 2007 Roadmap: BDD 2007 Roadmap Q3 2006 Q4 2006 2007 BDD 2007 beta release Windows Vista Beta 2 SCCM 2007 Task Sequencer integration Windows Vista only Includes Office 2007 support and guidance BDD 2007 beta release Windows Vista RC1 Complete guidance for Office 2007 Windows XP support added Zero Touch added (OSD Update) Full Windows DS support BDD 2007 release Windows Vista RTM Office 2007 RTM OSD Update RTM Windows DS RTM BDD 2007 updated Support for SMSv4 Q2 2006 BDD 2007 Deployment Scenarios: BDD 2007 Deployment Scenarios Lite Touch Deployment without management infrastructure Manually initiated Uses network share, Windows Deployment Services, CD/DVD, or USB Refresh, upgrade, replace, new computer Complete rewrite from BDD 2.5 Zero Touch Uses SMS 2003 OS Deployment Feature Pack Scheduled via SMS and completely automated Centrally monitored with MOM 2005 management pack Refresh, replace, new computer BDD 2007 New Features: BDD 2007 New Features MMC 3.0-based management infrastructure Replaced HTA application from BDD 2.5 Improved driver management For Windows PE, Windows Vista, and Windows XP Manage a driver store Inject drivers based on PnP ID (copy only needed drivers) Multi-language support Installation of MUI language packs Configuring locale settings BDD 2007 New Features: BDD 2007 New Features Task sequence-based Uses technology from System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007, but does not require SCCM Allows for greater configuration flexibility Computer imaging processes uses Lite Touch deployment process Deploy into a lab Automate the installation, Sysprep, and capture Backup capability BDD and Vista: BDD and Vista Lite Touch Scenarios Refresh (Windows 2000+) Upgrade (Windows 2000+) New Computer (bare metal) Computer Replacement (Windows 2000+) Lite Touch Deployment Methods Network share (UNC path) Windows Deployment Services (all scenarios) CD/DVD (disconnected) BDD VistaComputer Imaging Process: BDD Vista Computer Imaging Process Gather source files Install Windows Vista Configure build Windows Vista Applications Drivers Execute task sequence BDD Workbench MMC Windows System Image Manager Windows PE 2.0 SETUP.EXE IMAGEX (WIMGAPI.DLL) BDD Server Lab CD Reference computer SMSv4 task sequencer Applications (maybe), settings Sysprep Windows Vista Capture image Lab CD Windows PE 2.0 IMAGEX (WIMGAPI.DLL) Build Lab CD (Windows PE) BDD Workbench MMC PEIMG (behind the scenes) BDD VistaLite Touch Design – Execute Task Sequence: BDD Vista Lite Touch Design – Execute Task Sequence Capture User State Apply new image Back up computer ZTICapture.wsf USMT 3.0 Install Applications ZTIBackup.wsf IMAGEX ZTIApply.wsf SETUP.exe USMT 3.0 Old OS Windows PE New OS Restore User State Configure OS ZTIConfigure.wsf Unattend.xml Drivers, Updates ZTIApplications.wsf SMSv4 Task Sequencer And more… And more… Demo: Demo Exploring 'BDD Workbench' Adding a OS Image Adding an application Adding additional drivers Creating a Build Sequence demonstration Deploying Vista with SMS: Deploying Vista with SMS Session Summary: Using managed deployment lowers TCO Windows Imaging increases reliability Management tools automate deployment Session Summary For More Information: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/ desktopdeployment/default.mspx Visit TechNet at http://www.microsoft.com/technet Visit the following site for additional information For More Information Til slutt…: 18.06.2007 | Microsoft Norge Til slutt… Hjelp oss å bli bedre Fyll ut evalueringen som kommer på e-post Gi direkte råd til Microsoft-representanter Hold deg oppdatert www.microsoft.no/informasjon Besøk oss på www.microsoft.no/msdn eller www.microsoft.no/technet Slide35: You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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