Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy in .NET

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This procedure describes one permutation of the deployment process using the Windows 7 AIK tools. Depending on the number of workstations you have to deploy and the degree of customization you require, you can modify this procedure considerably. For example, you can conceivably omit the reference computer installation entirely and use an answer file to install the target workstations. It is relatively rare for administrators to complete a large workstation deployment with Windows 7 AIK alone. Many use WDS to deploy images over the network, or MDT 2010 for a more integrated solution, or both. However, it is difficult to deploy a large number of computers without using some of the tools in Windows 7 AIK, so it is well worth familiarizing yourself with them.
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Compared to Windows 7 AIK, which is a set of individual tools, MDT 2010 is more of a unified deployment environment. However, MDT 2010 is also a superset of Windows 7 AIK. You must install Windows 7 AIK along with MDT 2010, and the MDT procedures utilize the AIK tools. At the highest level, the MDT deployment procedure is essentially the same as that with Windows 7 AIK. You create and configure a reference computer, capture an image from it, and then deploy the image to your target workstations. However, MDT 2010 streamlines the method by which you perform these tasks, thanks to the capabilities of the Deployment Workbench tool. MDT 2010 supports two deployment models, the Lite-Touch Installation (LTI) and the ZeroTouch Installation (ZTI). As the names imply, an LTI deployment requires a minimal amount of user intervention at the workstation, while the ZTI requires none. For more details on these deployment models, see Lesson 2, later in this chapter, and 7, Designing Lite-Touch and Zero-Touch Deployments. The basic steps in an MDT 2010 LTI workstation deployment are as follows:
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Create a build computer. As with Windows 7 AIK, you need a computer on which to install MDT 2010 and the other software it requires, including Windows 7 AIK.
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Create a deployment share. Using Deployment Workbench, you create a share, using the New Deployment Share Wizard shown in Figure 6-8. Unlike the distribution share created by Windows SIM, workstations can actually access image files from the MDT deployment share.
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Lesson 1: Understanding the Windows 7 Deployment Process
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figURE 6-8 The New Deployment Share Wizard in Deployment Workbench
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Populate the deployment share. Deployment Workbench enables you to add operating systems, applications, device drivers, and other software packages, which you can integrate into your installations. For a reference computer installation, you typically use the Install.wim image from a Windows 7 installation disk.
Create a task sequence for the reference computer installation. The MDT task sequencer is responsible for performing the various steps in a Windows installation. When you create a task sequence in Deployment Workbench using the New Task Sequence Wizard shown in Figure 6-9, the wizard automatically creates an answer file that the Windows setup program uses to install the operating system. However, task sequences can also perform additional operations outside of the installation, including automatically capturing an image of the newly installed workstation.
ChAPTER 6
Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy
figURE 6-9 The New Task Sequence Wizard in Deployment Workbench
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For more information on creating a task sequence, see 3, Deploying System Images, in MCTS Self-Paced Training Kit (Exam 70-680): Configuring Windows 7. For complete documentation of the task sequence creation and editing processes, see the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Documentation Library help file, supplied with MDT 2010.
Update the deployment share. When you update the deployment share in Deployment Workbench, using the Update Deployment Share Wizard shown in Figure 6-10, the wizard creates a boot image using the Windows PE files from the Windows 7 AIK. Unlike the Copype.cmd script from Windows 7 AIK, however, the wizard creates a customized boot image that enables the workstation to access the deployment share over the network.
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