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Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7
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    • 1. Tips and Tricks on Migration to Windows 7<br />Esmaeil Sarabadani<br />MCT, MCSA/MCSE Security<br />
    • 2. Agenda<br />A brief look at the previous versions of Windows<br />Different deployment approaches of Windows 7<br />Windows 7 deployment scenario<br />Application compatibility in Windows 7 and solutions<br />
    • 3. Realities<br />
    • 4. Realities<br />Windows Vista… A failure ???<br />It broke too much stuff<br />Vista is too slow<br />Windows XP was so popular<br />Too many pop-ups<br />Windows XP is 8 years old<br />Who would go for a legacy OS !???<br />
    • 5. Windows 7 Killer Features<br />Mobility<br />DirectAccess / VPN Reconnect / Mobile / Broadband BranchCache<br />Security and Control<br />BitLocker / BitLocker To Go / Improved UAC NAP / AppLocker / IE8<br />GUI<br />New Aero Features / Search / Device / Stage / Location Aware Printing / Home Groups / Libraries<br />General<br />Speed / Efficiency / Capabilities / Flexibility / Reliability<br />
    • 6. Upgrade or Migration ???<br />
    • 7. Deployment Approaches<br />Traditional<br />Modular<br /><ul><li>1 base image (OS) for all hardware
    • 8. Apps/drivers delivered as add-ons
    • 9. Easily integrate new hardware
    • 10. Reduced maintenance costs
    • 11. Automated build process
    • 12. Easy to customise
    • 13. OS + Applications in 1 image
    • 14. Image per hardware type
    • 15. Time to integrate new hardware
    • 16. High maintenance
    • 17. Requires a visit to the desktop
    • 18. Storage requirements</li></li></ul><li>User Settings and Data Migration<br />WET (Windows Easy Transfer)<br />USMT (User State Migration Tool)<br />The most common way of migrating user settings and data<br />Use ScanState.exe to back up the settings and data<br />Use LoadState.exe to restore the settings and data<br />
    • 19. Windows 7 Deployment Steps<br /> Build an Answer File<br />1<br /> Build a reference installation<br />2<br /> Create a bootable Windows PE Media<br />3<br /> Capture the installation image<br />4<br /> Deploy the installation image<br />5<br />
    • 20. Windows Deployment Tools &amp; Services<br />Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK)<br />Methods of Deploying the Image<br /><ul><li>Windows Deployment Services (WDS)
    • 21. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 (MDT)
    • 22. Lite-Touch installation
    • 23. Zero-Touch Installation with SCCM 2007 R2
    • 24. Windows SIM (Creates answer files)
    • 25. Sysprep (Removes user-specific information)
    • 26. Windows PE and ImageX (Creates an image in</li></ul>the pre-installation environment)<br /><ul><li>DISM (Adds and removes drivers to the image)</li></li></ul><li>Windows Deployment Tools &amp; Services<br />Reference Computer<br />WIM Image<br />1- Back up user settings and data by USMT<br />Win PE<br />ImageX<br />2- Prepare the computer using sysprep<br />3- Capture the image using ImageX<br />Admin’s Computer<br />4- Create an answer file using SIM<br />5- Add or removes drivers to the image<br />6- Deploy the image using MDT 2010<br />
    • 27. DEMO<br />Windows AIK<br />
    • 28. Application Compatibility<br />Application Compatibility is an issue for …<br />Home Users<br />Professional Users<br />Companies and Organizations<br />Everyone…<br />
    • 29. Application Compatibility<br />A feature that an application relies on is retired from Windows<br />Administrator privileges removed from standard users in<br /> Windows Vista<br />Not standard applications by Independent Software Vendors (ISV)<br />New security features of the operating system generally affect <br /> application compatibility<br />Internet Explorer Protected Mode<br />Internet Explorer 8 – Data Execution Protection (DEP)/NX<br />Session 0 Isolation<br />Improvement in performance could bring application <br /> compatibility issues<br />Why does an application compatibility bug occur? <br />
    • 30. Application Compatibility<br />How to test your application compatibility ?!!<br />The simplest solution?!!<br />Windows Virtual PC<br />Windows XP Mode for Windows 7<br />Application compatibility Toolkit (ACT) 5.5<br />
    • 31. Application Compatibility Solutions<br />
    • 32. Desktop Virtualization<br />Centrally manage Virtual PCs<br />Simplify Virtual PC image delivery and update<br />Seamless presentation of windows in a Virtual PC<br />
    • 33. Application Virtualization (App-V)<br />Isolates applications from each other<br />Minimizes app-to-app conflicts and compatibility testing<br />Enhances application provisioning<br />Provide real-time usage reports<br />
    • 34. Remote Application Hosting<br />Reduces client-side regression testing, patching, OS to OS conflicts<br />Applications can be closer to centralized data, speeding operations<br />Rapid application deployments and easier patching<br />Data Center<br />Desktops<br />
    • 35. DEMO<br />Windows Virtual PC<br />
    • 36. Q&amp;A<br />Questions &amp; Answers<br />
    • 37. Thank you<br />Elite – Green IT with productivity<br />
    • 38. Resources<br />Required slide<br />My own blog<br />http://esitech.spaces.live.com/<br />Microsoft Deployment Tech Centre<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/deployment/default.aspx<br />Microsoft DirectAccess<br />http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/network/dd420463.aspx<br />Microsoft Virtualization<br />http://www.microsoft.com/virtualization/<br />

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