Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Platform Delivery (Module 2 of 8)
 

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We ran the "Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp" one day hands-on workshop in early June 2014. These eight modules were designed to get IT managers, project managers, sysadmin and devops up to speed ...

We ran the "Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp" one day hands-on workshop in early June 2014. These eight modules were designed to get IT managers, project managers, sysadmin and devops up to speed with the new Windows 8.1 and Office 2013. The bootcamp focused on how to move off earlier versions of Windows and Office to a modern desktop and tablet platforms with the latest security and mobility technologies.

Keep an eye in our SlideShare feed for all eight modules:

Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Introduction (Module 1 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Platform Delivery (Module 2 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Windows ToGo (Module 3 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Security (Module 4 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: UE-V (Module 5 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: App-V (Module 6 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Devices (Module 7 of 8)
Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Closing (Module 8 of 8)

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  • For the 1 Day we will only “Start” the demo from the \MDT1 server , we won’t finish it. <br /> There is a sample captured image on the \CM1 server to use for the remainder of the lab.
  • http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2012/09/10/support-questions-about-windows-8-and-windows-server-2012.aspx <br /> <br />
  • Refresh Device Scenario - ‘Selected File Content’ can be customized by using the User State Migration Tool (USMT) and the Hard Link Migration option, which stores information locally on the device that is being refreshed and can migrate user accounts, files and settings for the Operating System and applications.
  • Microsoft recommend using MDT for a 200-500 client computer deployment.
  • http://blogs.technet.com/b/mniehaus/archive/2012/09/19/mdt-2012-update-1-has-been-updated.aspx

Windows Accelerate IT Pro Bootcamp: Platform Delivery (Module 2 of 8) Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Module 2: Platform Delivery Service Lite-Touch Zero-Touch Windows To Go Name Title The CA Accelerate 1:M IT Pro Boot Camp
  • 2. 2 <Delivery Org> & Customer Details Identify Participants <Delivery Org> Consultant Details Consultant Details The consultant’s details will need to be completed as it will then be processed as part of the completed printout. If later, the group decides to research when the work was done and by whom, this information will then be made available. Fields Required: Contacts full name Contacts email address Note: If there is a need for a secondary consultant please be sure to complete their details as well. Customer Info Customer Details The customer’s details will need to be completed including a reference to the TPID. If later, it is decided to research the work that was done and by whom, this information will then be made available. Fields Required: Company Name Point of Contact Details Address Phone Number Details
  • 3. Image Creation Service Overview Introduction to Image Creation Service Strategy Review available options Identify common questions and answers about the options Determine criteria to help support the decision making process Define an overarching Image Creation Service strategy
  • 4. 4 OS & Device Options Options Device Target DriversOperating System Service ConfigurationArchitecture Drivers
  • 5. 5 OS & Device Options Device Target Typical Concerns  Typical concerns include determining the size of the image (thick vs. thin), the disk usage profile, the amount of idle CPU load, and memory requirements. There is also an interest in increasing performance. Purpose  Determine the target device where the Windows 8 image will be deployed Importance  Gain the ability to take advantage of image optimization, streaming capabilities, smaller resource footprints, rapid image testing & reuse, and ease of provisioning options. Overview
  • 6. 6 OS & Device Options Operating System Windows 8 “N”  The Windows 8 "N" version is an edition which does not include a bundled copy of Windows Media Player. Windows 8  Unlike Windows 7 and Windows Vista, there are no Starter, Ultimate, Home Premium, or Home Basic editions. Windows 8 Pro  Windows 8 Pro is targeted towards enthusiasts and business users which includes all the features. Additional features include operating as a Remote Desktop server, the ability to participate in a Windows Server domain, Encrypting File System, Hyper-V, and Virtual Hard Disk Booting, Group Policy as well as BitLocker and BitLocker To Go. Overview Windows 8 Enterprise  Windows 8 Enterprise provides all the features in Windows 8 Pro (except the Windows Media Center add-on), with additional features to assist with IT organizations.
  • 7. 7 OS & Device Options 32-bit vs. 64-Bit Operating System Architecture Overview Typical Concerns  Hardware purchased within the past 2 to 3 years is likely be compatible with Windows 8 64-bit. Use the Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) toolkit to validate  Most hardware manufacturers produce both 32 and 64-bit versions of device drivers  Special attention should be directed to printer drivers and support for 64-bit operating systems  Memory configurations greater than 4Gb are only addressable when a 64-bit operating system is used  “Windows on Windows” technology in 64-bit Windows 8 provides support for 32-bit applications Purpose  This option identifies the architecture of Windows 8 to be used in the creation of your image Importance  Choosing one architecture will likely reduce the amount of testing required to prepare applications for a Windows 8 deployment  16-bit applications are not compatible with a 64-bit version of Windows 8
  • 8. 8 OS & Device Options Hardware Model List Overview Typical Concerns  Additional drivers may be added to the deployment point once the WIM is received from the factory  Determine the maintenance cycle to be used to update manufacturer driver packages Purpose  Determine which selection of drivers to include in the deployment point, as well as specific mass- storage or network drivers to include in Windows PE Importance  Selecting the right set of drivers will help in determining the correct machine make/model list that will be supported by the factory built image.
  • 9. 9 OS & Device Options Hardware Model List Determine the hardware model Patching Overview Recommendation: If there is a defined list of machine models that require support, expressly identify those. Alternatives Benefits Disadvantages Shared Driver Library (Select Make/Model)  Includes drivers for only those machine make/model that you specify.  Will not support hardware beyond those specified Additional Model List  Allows you to identify additional machine make/models for those not listed by the factory.  Will not be feature/function tested to confirm correct installation Include Generic Drivers  Includes drivers for many popular machine models.  May not include drivers for some models required.  May cause conflict b/w machine models from the same vendor, thereby requiring additional testing to validate
  • 10. 10 OS & Device Options Service Configuration Overview Typical configuration changes to consider for Virtual client targets • Unused services to disable  Configuration changes to increase performance  Graphical modifications  Consider reducing the frequency regularly scheduled activities/events (i.e. Hardware/software inventory)
  • 11. 11 Features Overview: Service Configuration
  • 12. 12 Office Professional Plus 2013 Overview
  • 13. 13 Office Professional Plus 2013 Office Installation Options  First launch is up and running in about 2 minutes  Is primary installation type in the new Office  Is linked to Office 365 for managed customers  User-based activation  Also highly customizable per device  Also allows local apps to interact with it  Does not require App-V infrastructure or MDOP Click-to-Run  Installs can easily take 30 minutes or more  Basis of Office deployments since Office 2000  Offered as VL media in new Office  Device-based activation  Highly customizable per device  Allows local apps to interact with it MSI
  • 14. 14 Demo Image Creation Service Demo Guide
  • 15. Platform Delivery Service Overview Introduction to Platform Delivery Service Strategy Review available options Identify common questions and answers about the options Determine criteria to help support the decision making process Define an overarching Platform Delivery Service strategy
  • 16. Deployment Platform Delivery Service – Content Overview Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013
  • 17. Platform Delivery Service Customer Agreement Region & Language MDT Integration Internet Based Client Management Remote Control Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Lite Touch Installation (LTI) MDT Database BitLockerUDI Wizard Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset Deployment Monitoring & Reporting Security System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Toolkit Zero Touch Installation (ZTI) Recommended Practice Windows To Go Drivers Boot ImagesNotes and Summary Support Power Management Multicast Deployment MBAM Deployment Methods Deployment Capabilities Compliance
  • 18. Deployment Overview Recommended Practice Deployment Capabilities Support Deployment Methods User State Migration Notes & Summary
  • 19. Deployment Overview
  • 20. Deployment Tools Deployment Components Deployment Overview Platform Delivery Components Deployment Capabilities (User Scenarios) Deployment Methods New Device Deployment Types Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Windows ADK System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Standard OEM Pre-install Windows Reference Image(s)Image Answer File(s) VHD Native Boot System Center 2012 Configuration Manager & Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 User Driven Install Zero Touch Installation Windows to Go Installation Windows to Go Windows Pre-installation Environment (Windows PE) User State Migration Tool (USMT) Windows System Image Manager (Windows SIM) Deployment Imaging Servicing & Management (DISM) Lite Touch Installation
  • 21. Light Touch Installation Zero Touch Installation Windows To Go             Deployment Overview Windows 8.1 Enterprise Scenarios vs. Platform Deployment Methods
  • 22. Windows 7 Windows 8.1            Deployment Overview Deployment Tool Support for Windows 7 and Windows 8.1
  • 23. Deployment Deployment Methods Overview
  • 24. Deployment Deployment Methods Deployment Methods Technology Requirements MDT 2013 System Center 2012 Configuration Manager System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and MDT 2013 User Interaction Administrative Control    Yes Lower  ZTI = No Higher UDI = Yes   Yes Higher Overview
  • 25. Deployment User State Migration Overview
  • 26. Deployment Deployment Capabilities User Scenario Description Migrates User State Uses Existing Target Computer Preserves Selected File Content & Partition Configuration The user requires a new installation of Windows, deployed to a new client device. No No No The user requires the operating system to be re-installed on the same device. This scenario may also be required by an administrator for image standardization or to address a problem. Yes Yes Yes The user needs to move from their current device to a new client device. User data is saved from their current device, and a new installation of Windows is deployed to a new client device. Finally, saved user data is restored to the new client device. Yes No No Overview
  • 27. Deployment Deployment Capabilities Define Deployment Capabilities
  • 28. Deployment Recommended Practice
  • 29. Deployment Summary
  • 30. Applications Options Customer Applications Applications Base Applications Custom Applications Windows 8 Modern Apps Typical Applications
  • 31. Applications Customer Applications Overview
  • 32. Applications Base Applications
  • 33. Applications Custom Applications Recommendations
  • 34. 34 Office Professional Plus 2013 Options Installation Requirements Overview Changes Architecture Decision Matrix Versions
  • 35. 35 Office Professional Plus 2013 Overview
  • 36. 36 Office Professional Plus 2013 Office Installation Options  First launch is up and running in about 2 minutes  Is primary installation type in the new Office  Is linked to Office 365 for managed customers  User-based activation  Also highly customizable per device  Also allows local apps to interact with it  Does not require App-V infrastructure or MDOP Click-to-Run  Installs can easily take 30 minutes or more  Basis of Office deployments since Office 2000  Offered as VL media in new Office  Device-based activation  Highly customizable per device  Allows local apps to interact with it MSI
  • 37. 37 Office Professional Plus 2013 Office Delivery Options  Office desktop apps delivery in the new Office 365 Traditional Office Click-to-Run Office on Demand Experience carried over from Office 2010 Software as a Service Software as a Service Packaged Software Works without SkyDrive Pro Requires SkyDrive Pro Incremental Office 15 investments Always up-to-date or update controlled by admin Always up-to date Service Pack Updates Streamlined install-time controls NA Granular install-time controls (OCT) Subscription upgrade rights Subscription upgrade rights Software Assurance Offline is the key feature Roaming is the key feature Classic control is the key feature Fully installed to the machine Transient state Fully installed to the machine Fast product streaming Fast product streaming No CTR support; App-V & TS Full featured Office Excludes some Office features Full functionality Full Add-in support No Outlook, OneNote, or Lync support (Just Web Apps) No add-in support, loads what is already there though Full Add-in support Available for use offline Not intended for offline use Available for use offline Licensed per user (Fixed number of installs) Licensed per user (Unlimited uses) Licensed per device Subscription only Subscription only Device-based Sign-in required Sign-in required Sign-in optional Requires admin rights to install No admin rights required Requires admin rights to install Start Screen shortcuts No Start Screen shortcuts Start Screen shortcuts Added to Add/Remove Programs (ARP) Not in ARP In ARP Customizations via config.xml, Group Policy and add- ins No customizations Customizations via Office Customization Tool, GP, config.xml and add-ins
  • 38. 38 Office Professional Plus 2013 new Office 365 Version Options
  • 39. 39 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 What’s New Deployment Types UDI Designer Wizard MDT Database Monitoring Deployment Methods
  • 40. 40 Overview Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013
  • 41. 41 What’s New? Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Integration with Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (Windows ADK)  A collection of tools to customize and automate the deployment of Windows 8.1.
  • 42. 42 What’s New? (Continued) Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013
  • 43. 43 Deployment Methods Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Lite Touch Installation
  • 44. 44 Deployment Methods Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Decision Matrix Option Description
  • 45. 45 Deployment Types Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Recommendations
  • 46. 46 UDI Designer Wizard Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Overview
  • 47. 47 UDI Designer Wizard Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Relationship between UDI Wizard Designer and UDI Wizard
  • 48. 48 Recommended Practice Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013
  • 49. 49 Demo Platform Delivery Service LTI Demo Guide
  • 50. 50 What’s New Deployment Types Monitoring & ReportingMDT Integration Remote Control Deployment Methods Compliance Internet Based Client Management System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 51. 51 Overview System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 52. 52 What’s New? System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 53. 53 Service Pack 1 Overview System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 54. 54 Service Pack 1 Overview System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 55. 55 Deployment Methods Lite Touch Installation System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 56. 56 Deployment Methods Offline Installation System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 57. 57 Deployment Methods OEM Installation System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 58. 58  Contractors Using Shared PC’s.  My Data & Apps Follow Me.  Bring Your Own Device.  High volume deployment requires increased administrative effort. Deployment Methods Decision Matrix System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Option Benefits Limitations Applicable Scenarios  Efficient Mobile Workforce.  Windows 8.1 Applications in the Enterprise.  Better Together.
  • 59. 59 Deployment Types Overview System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Windows to Go – The deployment of Windows to Go will be supported by System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1.
  • 60. 60 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Integration Overview System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 61. 61 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Integration Supported Configuration System Center 2012 Configuration Manager MDT 2010 Update 1 MDT 2013 MDT 2013 Update 1 System Center Configuration Manager 2007    System Center 2012 Configuration Manager  System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1 Beta 
  • 62. 62 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Integration MDT Database System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 63. 63 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 Integration Decision Matrix System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Option Benefits Limitations
  • 64. 64 Recommended Practice System Center 2012 Configuration Manager
  • 65. 65 Frequently Asked Questions System Center 2012 Configuration Manager