Windows 7 Deployment with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit & Windows Deployment Services


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Windows 7 Deployment with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit & Windows Deployment Services

  1. 1. INDONESIA Andik Susilo Windows Expert IT-PRO MVPWindows 7Deploymentwith MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit &WindowsDeploymentServices
  2. 2. • Deployment Concerns• Microsoft Deployment Options• Windows 7 Deployment Scenarios• Microsoft Deployment Toolkit• Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK)• Deployment Process
  3. 3. Deployment Concerns • How do I plan my deployment project? • What hardware do i need to replace? • Are my application compatible with the new OS? • How do I get to a standard OS image? • How do I migrate data and Settings? • How do I avoid spending time at the computer receiving the upgrade? • Where do I find guidance for Desktop and Server deployment?
  4. 4. Microsoft Deployment Options WAIK - Windows Automated Installation Kit MAPT - Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit MDT - Microsoft Deployment Toolkit WDS - Windows Deployment Services ACT - Application Compatibility Toolkit SCCM - System Center Configuration Manager
  5. 5. Windows 7 Deployment Scenarios In-Place Upgrade The upgrade scenario lets you upgrade an installation of Windows Vista SP1 or later to Windows 7 while preserving the user state and all transferrable settings and files. You can also maintain existing applications.  The easiest and least complex methods  All settings are imported “as is” from the earlier version
  6. 6. Windows 7 Deployment Scenarios New Installation The new installation involves deploying a clean copy of Windows 7 on the target computers. You must ensure the hard drive and system volume have been properly partitioned and formatted.  Deliver the most consistent result because all settings are either defaults or set by you.  installation is performed
  7. 7. Windows 7 Deployment Scenarios Refresh Scenario Similar to a new installation, the refresh scenario performs a clean setup. The difference is that the target computer already contains Windows, for which files and settings will be preserved (installed applications are not taken into consideration).  Preserving the user state is a priority  Use User State Migration Tool (USMT 4.0), which will collect pertinent data for each user state found in the system, and restore it after the clean installation is performed
  8. 8. Windows 7 Deployment Scenarios Replace Scenario This is similar to the refresh scenario, except the target system is a new computer that does not yet contain any files or settings  is performed
  9. 9. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Standard Tool for deploying Microsoft Operating Systems Operating Systems Supported:  Windows XP, Windows Server 2003  Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008  Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 Can be used with/without System Center Configuration Manager Built on top of the Windows AIK
  10. 10. Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK)Windows System Image Manager (WISM)ImageXDeployment Image Servicing and Management (DISMWindows Preinstallation Environment (Win PE)User State Migration Tool (USMT)
  11. 11. Deployment Process
  12. 12. DEMO
  13. 13. Thank You• Download Windows 7 Enterprise (Trial Edition)• Download the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010• Download Windows automated Installation Kit (WAIK)• Windows 7 Deployment Guide Microsoft Virtual Academy IT Pro Trials Developer Downloads
  14. 14. Forums and CommunityTechNet Indonesia Indonesia Forums User Group Indonesia (MUGI)http://mugi.or.idSharePoint