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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
Windows7 First Wave Community Update
Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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Windows7 First Wave Community Update
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  • DesktopXP mode, Virtual PCAplicationApp-V, Med-VPresentation RDS (TS), VDI
  • User State is een eenvoudige manier van virtualisatie waarbij user data/settings gescheiden wordt van het systeem en deze centraal wordt opgeslagen/gemanaged en back-upped.Applicationisoleert apps
  • Integratie metDLL, Registry,Ditgenereerdeenafhankelijkheid. Dusbijeen update van windows of app moet je de afhankelijkhedenmeenemen.Gebruikers settings geschijden (geschiktvoor TS) of wel RDSOf tewel state seperationDe onafhankelijkheidzorgtvoorlagerekostenmigratiesEenvoud van een update toevoegen op pakketJava verschillendeversiesStreamen op wifiniethandigEenvoud van het maken van sequencesDistributieApplicaties streamenLokaal (pre-cached)BeveiligingGeen impact system performance (vervuiling)Cloud based app (FullArmor)Geen installerDirect toegankelijk
  • In any organization, it is the people that drive business success. Today’s organizations look to the IT department to build and manage an infrastructure that supports and enables people to be successful in their jobs. Often, this creates a natural tension between end-users who want the flexibility to support a dynamic work environment and an IT department that needs greater control and manageability. The solution to this challenge is an optimized desktop infrastructure.So what is an “optimized desktop?” The “optimized desktop” means that an organization has attained the right balance in its desktop infrastructure—empowering employees with the flexibility they need to be productive, while providing IT the needed level of control, manageability, and security.
  • Traditionally, the desktop computing model has been one where the operating system, applications, and user data and settings are bonded to a single computer, making it difficult for users to move from one PC to another in case of upgrades or a lost or stolen laptop. This is a result of traditional OS/application installation and data storage technologies. With respect to desktop deployment, this means that the OS, application execution/presentation and user data are all self-contained within a single device. This model has the advantage of simplicity because it leverages well understood technologies that ship with Windows. In addition, because the PC is configured to be completely self-sufficient, this solution is well-suited to mobile use. However, the tight binding between the various layers may not be appropriate for all scenarios. Because of this, Microsoft has introduced new Windows deployment options that achieve similar results in terms of mobility but also enable increased flexibility.  By reducing the dependencies between computing layers, Microsoft enables IT to free the different elements of the system from one another. Each layer can then use other system resources generically and does not need to be configured individually for specific systems. Resources can be used on any system, in real-time, on an as-needed basis. The layers can be brought together dynamically on the users’ machines. IT can also manage the layers separately from each other.Our competition (such as VMWare) uses Desktop virtualization in a very narrow frame, ie, Desktop Virtualization = VDI. At Microsoft, we understand that desktops are complex, and include various components such as the operating system, the applications and the users data. Desktop Virtualization is the process of separating out these individual components, and managing each one seperately. This reduces complexity, and improves management.User state virtualization: separating the users profiles and data from the other layers, using Windows Vista roaming profiles and Folder redirection.Application virtualization: seperating applications from the operating system, and managing them centrally. Microsoft App-V is the most popular application virtualization tool, with well over 14M units sold and has saved money for many of our customers.Full Desktop virtualization: the process of running an operating system virtually. Local Desktop Virtualization is about running a virtual copy of Windows locally on the PC, using tools such as MED-V. Remote desktop virtualization is about running Windows client OS in the data center, and accessing it via protocols such as RDP. Remote desktop services (RDS, formerly known as Terminal Services) provides shared central desktops. VDI allows users to access their personal desktops that are hosted within the data center. Full Desktop Virtualization introduces new scenarios that traditional Windows licensing cannot take care of.It is important to note that the drivers for use state virtualization and application virtualization are to reduce desktop TCO. The driver for Full desktop virtualization is improving desktop flexibility, since these solutions may be expensive to deploy.
  • So how do you ensure you use desktop virtualization effectively? Its important to ensure you match technologies with your users, so as to ensure you pick the right technology to boost productivity. Although you can achieve productivity multiple ways, it’s a tradeoff between technology cost and benefit, snce some technologies can offer the same benefits as other, but at highly reduced cost.It is also important to focus on technologies for a vast majority of your desktops, as opposed to a smaller use case percentage, such as managing unmanaged desktops. As you can see, user state virtualization and application virtualization are technologies that are applicable to all users, and can offer tangible benefits immediately. Deploy these two technologies immediately to lay a foundation for the optimized desktop.
  • The OD SA has two components. IPD guide and Scenario Selection tool. The main goals of this SA are to educate and provide systematic approach for BDM/ITPros to plan their desktop optimization needs. Basically this guide really helps customers decide where should they start. this solution accelerator really focuses on providing guidance to customers with their Optimized Desktop planning. The IPD guide describes the various User scenarios, typical IT challenges in each user scenario, various use cases, how to use SS tool and provide high level description of each solution and technology.
  • Today, Microsoft virtualization products and technologies are already helping companies automatically match computing capabilities to business needs. Imagine your employees accessing their personalized desktop, with all of their settings and preferences intact, on any machine, from any location. Or the workloads running on servers in your data center automatically being redeployed to respond to a sudden surge in demand for a specific capability. Or your entire infrastructure restoring itself instantly following a catastrophic power outage. This is possible through Virtual Desktop Infrastructure technology. However, this is still an emerging area, and there are several challenges, including potential higher costs of running enough servers to support your users and the fact that users don’t have as rich a Windows experience when running a remote session. Keep in mind that using Windows features for VDI scenarios requires a specific VECD license.Let’s talk about some of the investments we are making in Windows 7 to make this type of virtualization more cost effective and provide a better experience for users. Richer Remoting Experience: When connecting to a Windows 7 PC, the user gets a richer experience more like a local Windows Desktop. These are some of the improvements that we are making to the user’s VDI experience:Graphics: Windows 7 enterprise will provide true Multi-Monitor support, for up to 8 monitors. A scenario where this functionality is critical is a financial trader who needs to view information on multi-monitors, while the organization wants to have the centralized security and administration of VDI. Other graphics improvements include Desktop Window Manager remoting to display Windows Aero and more efficient video remoting  with Windows Media Player. Audio: Bi-directional audio to support microphones for VOIP and speech recognition. Better audio playback over low-latency connections to mitigate A/V synchronization issues when remoting video via bitmaps (Flash, Silverlight) .Devices: Easy print makes it easy for the user to print to the correct local printer from their client computer. PnP redirection provides support for redirection of Windows Portable Devices – this category of devices includes media players based on the Media Transfer Protocol (MTP) and digital cameras based on the Picture Transfer Protocol (PTP).Physical Boot from VHD: Some customers who use VDI also have a need to reuse that same image on a physical PC. For example, imagine a call center with 200 users, 100 who work onsite with a traditional desktop and 100 who work remotely. Both sets of users are in a highly managed environment and use technologies such as folder redirection and roaming profiles so that the user’s state is not stored in the image and not tied to the OS image. These highly managed machines are typically remotely reimaged frequently (for example, using PXE with WDS to bring down the image file everyday or whenever there is a problem). In these scenarios, you can take that image you use for the VDI users and deploy it to the managed desktop PCs in the office.  This gives you the capability to use and maintain the same image for both deployment scenarios. Understand that while this technology opens up new deployment scenarios, there will not be 100% parity in the experience between WIM and VHD. This is why we only recommend physical deployment of VHDs to desktops in highly managed environments where the user’s state is not stored on the PC and you have the ability to remotely re-image the OS on the physical PC frequently. Some of the differences between booting from VHD and WIM are: VHD deployment is not recommended for mobile PCs because VHD will not support Hibernate/Sleep or BitLocker. Some features of WDS will not be available in a VHD install Setup.exe will not support installing Windows into a VHDVHD files are larger than WIM files so copying the file down will consume more network bandwidth and take longer when compared to a similar WIM.In Windows 7, our deployment tools, such as WDS, will also support deployment and servicing of VHD files. Note that the physical VHD boot feature does not use virtualization to accomplish the VHD boot, there is no hypervisor or virtualization involved. We are simply using the VHD file as a container to store the OS image. In Windows 7, you will be able to specify a local VHD file on the hard drive using the Boot Configuration Data (BCD) to boot from.
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    • 1. Windows 7 First Wave community update<br />Wouter Jansen <br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />2<br />Microsoft Confidential<br /><ul><li>Community update (Wouter Jansen)
    • 3. Windows 7 e-learning (Henk Arts)
    • 4. Diner break
    • 5. Problem steps recorder (Rinke Nijdam)
    • 6. App-v (Rick Slager)
    • 7. VDI (David Stoeckel)
    • 8. Borrel</li></li></ul><li>Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />3<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />CommunityUpdate<br />Wouter Jansen (wouterj@microsoft.com)<br />
    • 9. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />4<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 10. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />5<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 11. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />6<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 12. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />7<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 13. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />8<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 14. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />9<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 15. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />10<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Holy @$#! <br />It’s almost October! <br />
    • 16. Waar staan we nu?<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />11<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 17. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />12<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 18. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />13<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 19. Totaal<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />14<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />2700 PC’s op Windows 7<br />Nog 1600 to go voor RTM + 60 dagen<br />
    • 20. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />15<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />12 deelnemers op video.<br />5 Case studies zijn opgesteld.<br />4 Case studies in de maak.<br />7 Nieuws artikelen gepubliceert.<br />6 Gastsprekers.<br />First Wave community in de spotlight<br />
    • 21. Bedankt!<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />16<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 22. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />17<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Launch<br />
    • 23. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />18<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Windows 7 Launch timeframe<br />22 oktober Consumer Launch<br />19 oktober Developer event<br />8 oktober<br />Business Launch<br />14 oktober Reseller launch<br />20 oktober<br />Virtual Launch<br />
    • 24. World Forum in Den Haag<br />Multi product launch<br />Ruimte voor 1700 genodigden<br />2 kaarten per deelnemer<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />19<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />UITVERKOCHT!<br />
    • 25. Keynote door Steve Ballmer<br />Aandacht voor First Wave deelnemers!<br />Logo´s! Logo´s! Logo´s!<br />Video met First Wave Deelnemers<br />5 First Wave gastsprekers<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />20<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 26. Ask the Expert Area<br />20 First Wave deelnemers & MVP’s<br />Nog 5 plekken beschikbaar!<br />Zoek mij straks op als je interresse hebt <br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />21<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 27. Community<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />22<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 28. LinkedIn Groep<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />23<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Geen First Wave<br />Wel First Wave<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />
    • 29. LinkedIn Groep<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />24<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Geen First Wave<br />Wel First Wave<br />MVP’s<br />Buitenlandse FW<br />IT-Pro’s<br />
    • 30. LinkedIn Groep<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />25<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Geen First Wave<br />Wel First Wave<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />?<br />
    • 31. LinkedIn Groep<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />26<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Geen First Wave<br />Wel First Wave<br />?<br />?<br />
    • 32. Vooruitzichten<br />Allereerst 8 oktober<br />Geen plannen voor een volgende community bijeenkomst.<br />Updates komen via FWP newsletter + Linkedin<br />PR wordt gedeeld<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />27<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 33. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />Next steps<br />
    • 34. Technical update<br />MDT 2010 = RTM<br />SCCM SP2 wordt verwacht op<br />App-v wordt verwcht op <br />Rick slager<br />Med-v wordt verwcht op <br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />29<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 35. Hulp bij verdere uitrol<br />Technisch is iedereen al heel ver<br />Verdere uitrol betekend end-users trainen<br />Momenteel wordt er een end-user info boekje gemaakt (volgende week)<br />E-learning<br />Microsoft (engelstalig)<br />Microsoft’s partners<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />30<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 36. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />31<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Cordares<br />Rinke Nijdam / Arlande<br />
    • 37. Introductie<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />32<br />Microsoft Confidential<br /> Rinke Nijdam / Arlande<br /> Projectmanager<br />
    • 38. Agenda<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />33<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Introductie<br />Cordares<br />Project<br />Problem Step Recorder<br />Vragen<br />
    • 39. Cordares<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />34<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Pensioenbeheerder voor meer dan één miljoen Nederlanders sinds 1952<br />Ruim 26,5 miljard euro vermogen onder beheer vanuit 27 regelingen<br />800 medewerkers op één locatie<br />
    • 40. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />35<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 41. Het project<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />36<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Programma ‘Nieuwe Werkplekken’<br />Windows 7 Enterprise<br />Office 2007 SP2<br />OCS 2007 R2 als pilot met APG<br />
    • 42. Werkplekken<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />37<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />200 werkplekken als POC<br />160 werkplekken uitgerold<br />48% bij klant<br />52% binnen IT Infrastructuur<br />Overige na evaluatie van POC<br />Totaal 1100 werkplekken binnen Cordares<br />
    • 43. Project<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />38<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Tools:<br />ACT 5.5<br />MDT 2010<br />SCCM 2007<br />USMT 4.0<br />
    • 44. Problem Step Recorder<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />39<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Gedetailleerd vastleggen handelingen<br />Eenvoudig en eenduidig melden<br />Servicedesk Recorder in startmenu<br />
    • 45. Problem Step Recorder<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />40<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />PSR.exe<br />Opmerkingen plaatsen<br />MHT bestand met screendumps <br />ZIP bestand opslaan<br />Zip bestand emailen<br />
    • 46. Problem Step Recorder<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />41<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Instellingen<br />Commandline - Parameters<br />
    • 47. Problem Step Recorder<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />42<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Demonstratie<br />
    • 48. Problem Step Recorder<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />43<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Tweaks voor Cordares<br />VBS script voor plaatsen in startmenu<br />Cordares logo <br />Servicedesk recorder<br />Opstarten met parameters<br />Nog beter:<br />Automatisch mail naarservicedeskverzendenmiddelseen button of nastoppenopname<br />
    • 49. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />44<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />Vragen?<br />
    • 50. Application virtualisatie (App-V)<br />Rick Slager<br />
    • 51. Microsoft | Virtualisatie Portfolio<br />presentation<br />Virtualization<br />desktop<br />Virtualization<br />application<br />Virtualization<br />server<br />Virtualization<br />
    • 52. Desktop | Virtualisatie<br />Traditional Client Computing<br />User State Virtualization<br />Data, User settings<br />Application Virtualization <br />Application Centralization<br />Applications<br />Local Desktop Virtualization<br />Session based Desktop Virtualization<br />VM based Desktop Virtualization<br />OS<br />Remote Desktop Virtualization<br />Hardware<br />
    • 53. Microsoft |Virtualisatieopties<br />
    • 54. App 1<br />User A<br />Pref<br />App-V |<br />User B<br />Pref<br />App 2<br />Operating system<br />(Lokaal, <br />Terminal Server (RDS), <br />VDI)<br />Encapsulate applicaties<br />Sequencing<br />Uitrollen van applicatiesalspakket<br />Streaming of gecached<br />Uitvoeren van virtueleapplicaties<br />Bubbel<br />App 3<br />
    • 55. Recent App-V News<br />Available March 2009<br />App-V 4.5 Cumulative Update1 (CU1)<br /><ul><li>Provides compatibility with Windows 7 Beta
    • 56. Provides ability to sequence .NET Framework 3.5 and earlier on Windows XP SP2
    • 57. Includes all updates since 4.5 RTM release
    • 58. Available now via Microsoft Volume Licensing, MSDN and TechNet
    • 59. Broaden our Windows platform and application coverage
    • 60. Enable App-V to recognize and run 64-bit applications
    • 61. Enable App-V to run on 64-bit Windows Operating Systems
    • 62. Windows 7, Vista and XP
    • 63. Windows Server 2008 and 2008 R2 (App-V for TS)
    • 64. Easily prepare Virtual Applications
    • 65. Improved Sequencer UI
    • 66. Enable App-V to sequence true 64-bit applications
    • 67. Further expand our global coverage
    • 68. Enable virtualization of non-English applications in 13 additional languages
    • 69. Enable localization of App-V management UI’s in 12 additional languages.</li></ul>App-V 4.6<br />Available H1 CY2010<br />
    • 70. GetVirtualNow<br />Bedankt voor uw aandacht!<br />
    • 71. Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />52<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />VDI <br />David Stoeckel<br />
    • 72. The Desktop Optimization Vision<br />The Challenge:<br />Deliver an infrastructure that enables people to be successful in their jobs<br />Creates Tension:<br />End-users want flexibility<br />IT needs greater control<br />The Solution:<br />Desktop Optimization<br />Empowering both end-users and IT<br />It is an organization’s people that drive business success <br />Today’s organizations look to the IT department to build and manage an infrastructure that supports and enables people to be successful in their jobs<br />This can create a natural tension:<br />End-users want the flexibility to support a dynamic work environment. <br />The IT department that needs greater control and manageability. <br />The Solution is Desktop Optimization<br />An optimized desktop infrastructure empowers people to do their jobs more productively and drive organizational success, while at the same time providing greater levels of control and manageability to IT<br />
    • 73. Layers of the optimized desktop<br />Focus: Reducing Costs<br />Roaming Profiles<br />Folder Redirection<br />Group policies<br />Data, User settings<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization<br />App<br />App<br />Applications<br />Local Desktop Virtualization<br />Microsoft Remote Desktop Services<br />Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure<br />Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization<br />OS<br />Remote Desktop Virtualization<br />Hardware<br />Traditional Client Computing<br />Focus: Increasing Flexibility<br />
    • 74. Using Desktop Virtualization effectively <br />Managed Desktops<br />Managing Unmanaged Desktops<br />The foundation for desktop optimization<br />User State Virtualization<br />Work from home<br />Office<br />Mobile<br />Task<br />Contractor / Offshore<br />Microsoft Application Virtualization<br />Shared Remote Desktops<br />(RDS)<br />Personalized Remote Desktops<br />(VDI)<br />
    • 75. Optimized Desktop Solution Accelerator<br />Anywhere<br />Contract<br />Office<br />Mobile<br />Task<br />Assessment Guide <br />Describes Optimized Desktop Scenarios <br />Describes Use-cases<br />Provides high-level description of technologies<br />Introduce Optimized Desktop Assessment Tool<br />Application <br />Virtualization<br />Folder<br />Redirection<br />
    • 76. Remote Desktop Services in R2<br />RDS and VDI – An Integrated Solution<br />Single broker to connect users to sessions or virtual machines, out of the box solution for VDI scenarios with Hyper-V <br />Improving the User Experience <br />Experience rich multimedia, VoIP integration, aero glass remoting, true multi-monitor support<br />RemoteApp & Desktop Connections<br />Centrally hosted applications integrated into start menu, desktop, etc. Can personalize a non-work PC with work applications without installing them locally<br /> Improved Management Toolset<br />Reduce repetitive task with RDS PowerShell support, improved application install, connection broker install & profile management <br />Platform Investments<br />Multiple levels of extensibility for custom partner solutions for Remote Desktop Services & VDI based solutions<br />
    • 77. Virtual Desktop InfrastructureStreamline PC Management<br />Situation Today<br />Richer Remote Experience<br />Richer graphics <br />Multi-Monitor<br />Bi-directional audio<br />Improved printing<br />Do More With VHDs<br />Same tools VHD & WIM<br />Boot from VHD<br />*<br />Using Windows for VDI scenarios requires additional VECD license <br />Windows 7 Solution<br />
    • 78. VDI DEMO<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />59<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />
    • 79. Vragen?<br />Wednesday, October 07, 2009<br />60<br />Microsoft Confidential<br />

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