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a. New computer B. Upgrade computer c. Refresh computer D. Replace computer
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ChAPTER 6
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Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy
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Which of the following elements are required to deploy MDT 2010 boot images over a network by using Windows Deployment Services (Choose all that apply.)
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a. A computer running Windows Server B. PXE-compliant workstation network adapters c. Persistent, high-speed network connection D. Routers that support multicast traffic
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To further practice and reinforce the skills you learned in this chapter, you can perform the following tasks:
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Review the chapter summary. Review the list of key terms introduced in this chapter. Complete the case scenarios. These scenarios set up real-world situations involving the topics of this chapter and ask you to create a solution. Complete the suggested practices. Take a practice test.
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The main object of an enterprise deployment is to install Windows 7 in a standardized configuration on multiple computers with little or no interaction at the workstation site. At its most basic level, an enterprise workstation deployment requires that you follow these steps: build a deployment share, perform a reference computer installation, capture an image of the reference computer, boot the target computer by using Windows PE, and apply the image containing Windows 7. Although the method for deploying Windows 7 to a large number of workstations is relatively simple, there are many tools you can use to implement that method, and many ways to use those tools. During the early planning stage of your deployment project, you must decide on a method for deploying your workstations, based on your needs and your temperament, and build your project around that method.
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ChAPTER 6
Key Terms
Do you know what these key terms mean You can check your answers by looking up the terms in the glossary at the end of the book.
build-to-order (BTO) build-to-plan (BTP) capture image discover image Lite-Touch Installation (LTI) multicast Pre-Boot Execution Environment (PXE) Windows Deployment Services Zero-Touch Installation (ZTI)
Case Scenarios
In the following case scenarios, you will apply what you have learned about subjects of this chapter. You can find answers to these questions in the Answers section at the end of this book.
Case Scenario 1: Capturing an Image by Using WDS
Ralph is an IT administrator who has been assigned the task of deploying Windows 7 on 20 new computers just received by his company. He has just completed a manual installation of one of the computers, including all of the required applications, updates, and configuration settings. Now he wants to copy that installation to the remaining computers. Ralph is unaware of the Windows 7 AIK tools, but he does have a server running Windows Server 2008 R2 on the network, and the new workstations have PXE-compliant network adapters. List the steps Ralph has to perform to capture an image of the newly installed workstation by using Windows Deployment Services.
Case Scenario 2: Refreshing Workstations
Alice is responsible for upgrading 250 workstations in the Order Entry department from Windows XP to Windows 7. Because she cannot perform an actual upgrade, she has decided to use the MDT 2010 refresh computer deployment scenario to save the user state data on the computers, install Windows 7, and then restore the user state data. She has already created an image of a reference computer and added it to her MDT deployment share by using Deployment Workbench. She has also created the necessary task sequence for the target computer deployment in Deployment Workbench and updated the deployment share, to create the necessary boot image. Because the workstations are PXE-compliant, her plan is to deploy the MDT boot image to the workstations over the network by using Windows Deployment Services. She has already added the boot image to the Windows Deployment Services console.
ChAPTER 6
Designing a Windows 7 Client Deployment Strategy
Alice s main problem at this point is that the Order Entry department at her company works three shifts, around the clock, and she is concerned about overloading the network during the workstation deployment process. A network outage would prevent the department workers from taking orders, which would mean reduced revenue for the company and big trouble for Alice. To minimize the bandwidth utilized by the deployment process, Alice has decided to use the multicasting capability in WDS. She adds the workstation install image she captured to the Windows Deployment Services console and uses the Create Multicast Transmission Wizard to configure multicasting for it. Before installing all of the computers, Alice decides to perform a test deployment on five workstations simultaneously. She gives instructions to the five users to restart their computers at the same time, boot from the network, and select the MDT boot image from the boot menu. All seems to go well. The workstations start and the Windows Deployment Wizard runs, enabling the users to install the captured image. However, while monitoring the network during the test deployment, Alice notices an alarming rise in traffic as each of the five workstations downloads the install image individually. Why isn t the multicasting that Alice configured working as expected, and how will she be able to deploy the rest of the computers without compromising network performance
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