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Deploying Windows Vista Service Pack 1

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In this session we will look at Windows Vista SP1 improvements and how to deploy Windows Vista SP1 using a variety of scenarios. We will cover Windows Vista features, what's in SP1, what you need to know before deploying and the pre-deployment tasks. Once ready we will then walk you through deploying Windows Vista SP1 via Windows update, Windows Server Update Services (WSUS), the installer executable, Windows Deployment Services, and System Center Configuration Manager.

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Deploying Windows Vista Service Pack 1

  1. 1. CLI-301 Welcome
  2. 2. Deploying Windows Vista® Service Pack 1 Level 300
  3. 3. What Will We Cover? • Improvements and Best Practices • Deployment Options
  4. 4. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  5. 5. Windows Vista Improvements Security Network Access Protection (NAP) User Account Control BitLocker™ Drive Encryption Malware protection Performance and Reliability Built-in diagnostics Fast Boot and Resume Automatic recovery Networking User Experience Explorers Ease of use Shadow Copies Quick Search Power Management Configurable through Group Policy Improved power savings Fast Resume Simplified user experience
  6. 6. Windows Vista SP1 Features • Application and device compatibility Quality • Reliability Improvements • Performance and security • Enhanced support for 64-bit computers Emerging • New storage technology—exFAT Hardware and • New cryptographic algorithms Standards • Better organization of updates Infrastructure • Improved Windows PE Optimization • Improved administration tools
  7. 7. Before Deployment • Install latest updates for Windows • Install the update for ks.sys • Review the uninstall procedure for Windows Vista SP1 Ks.sys update for Windows Vista (KB950127)
  8. 8. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  9. 9. Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer Prerequisite Updates: KB949939 KB937287 KB935509 KB938371 Windows Update Stand-Alone Executable Approximate Free Space Required Approximate Free Space Required: X86-based: 1170 MB x86-based: 2515 MB to 5445 MB X64-based: 1505 MB x64-based: 4105 MB to 7840 MB
  10. 10. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  11. 11. Windows Server Update Services 3.0 Deployment Options • Simple deployment • Distributed deployment • Autonomous servers • Isolated segments Storage Configurations • Local WSUS server WSUS 3.0 SP1 • Microsoft Update Advantages of Deployment • Peer caching • Windows Vista Update application
  12. 12. demonstration Using Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) 3.0 SP1 Configure Deployment from a Replica  Server Enable Domain Group Policy to Enable  Automatic Updates Introduce Windows Vista Peer Caching 
  13. 13. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  14. 14. Custom Image Windows OEM Preinstallation Kit (OPK) or Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) Tools for Windows Vista SP1 Image Capture • File Removal Tool (Vsp1cln.exe) • Sysprep Windows Vista SP1 • Boot-Critical Driver Tool (PostReflect.exe) Windows PE Media Disk Imagex.exe Postreflect.exe Vista SP1.wim
  15. 15. demonstration Updating Images And Deploying With WDS Prepare to Image Windows Vista Service  Pack 1  Capture the Image Using Windows PE Media Disk  Use Postreflect.exe
  16. 16. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  17. 17. Windows Deployment Services (WDS) Deployment Considerations • Number of WDS servers and locations needed • Client Windows Deployment Discovery method • Lite Touch and Zero Touch deployments WDS SERVER PXE bootnetwork Isolated request Network boot referrals Low bandwidth Through IP helper updates High latency
  18. 18. demonstration Deploying a Slipstream Vista SP1 a To Bare Metal Machine Add the Operating Systems to MDT  Establish Task Sequence  Establish a Deploy Point 
  19. 19. Agenda • Windows Vista and Service Pack 1 Features • Windows Update or Stand-Alone Installer • Windows Server Update Services 3.0 • Custom Image • Windows Deployment Services • System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007
  20. 20. SCCM 2007 SP1 Deployment Scenarios • Centralized deployment • Distribution points • Branch distribution Deploying Windows Vista SP1 • Packaged and advertised • Software Update feature
  21. 21. demonstration System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 SP1 Set Up and Configure Branch  Distribution Points Explore Task Sequencer  Verify Updates: SCCM Console 
  22. 22. Session Summary • Windows Vista Service Pack 1 has a variety of deployment options • Follow best practices to be better prepared for the appropriate deployment • Take advantage of the improvements and improve your Windows Vista experience
  23. 23. Where to Find More Information Visit TechNet at: technet.microsoft.com Also, visit TechNet Edge at: edge.technet.com and TechNet Spotlight at: www.microsoft.com/emea/spotlight Or, visit: www.microsoft.com/technet/CLI-301 for additional information about this session
  24. 24. Supporting Publications For more titles, visit: www.microsoft.com/technet/CLI-301
  25. 25. Training Resources Course ID Title Working with Windows Vista 3392 Installing and Configuring Windows Vista 5347 Upgrading and Migrating to Windows Vista 5349 For more training information www.microsoft.com/technet/CLI-301
  26. 26. Become a Microsoft Certified Professional • What are MCP certifications? Validation in performing critical IT functions. • Why Certify? WW recognition of skills gained via experience. More effective deployments with reduced costs • What Certifications are there for IT Pros? MCTS, MCITP. www.microsoft.com/certification
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