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Lesson 1: Designing a Lite-Touch Deployment
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When you boot the target computer using one of the LiteTouchPE image files, the MDT 2010 Solution Accelerators interface appears, as shown in Figure 7-3. When you boot the computer using one of the ISO images, the initial interface is included on the disk. When you deploy the Windows Imaging file using WDS, the target computer obtains the address of the WDS server from the DHCP server on the network and then downloads the boot files and the interface from the WDS server. Whichever method the target computer uses, the interface is the same, as is the process of deploying Windows 7.
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figURE 7-3 The MDT 2010 Solution Accelerators interface
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After the interface appears, you can click Run The Deployment Wizard To Install A New Operating System. The User Credentials window appears, in which you must type domain or local credentials in the User Name, Password, and Domain text boxes that provide access to the deployment share.
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At this point, the Windows Deployment Wizard appears displaying the Select A Task Sequence To Execute On This Computer page, as shown in Figure 7-4. If you run the Litetouch.vbs script from within a running operating system, the wizard loads using the credentials with which you logged on to the target computer.
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figURE 7-4 The Select A Task Sequence To Execute On This Computer page in the Windows Deployment Wizard
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The installer can now proceed with the LTI deployment process as follows:
In the Select A Task Sequence To Execute On This Computer page, select the task sequence to run on the target computer and click Next.
Note
sELECTing A TAsk sEqUEnCE
The Select A Task Sequence To Execute On This Computer page contains all of the task sequences created in Deployment Workbench on the build computer that are available to the target computer. If the target computer is running a 64-bit operating system, for example, task sequences configured to install 32-bit operating systems do not appear in the list.
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If you have launched the wizard from a running operating system, the Choose A Migration Type page appears, as shown in Figure 7-5. Specify what scenario you want to use for the target computer deployment by selecting the appropriate option.
figURE 7-5 The Choose A Migration Type page in the Windows Deployment Wizard
Click Next. The Specify The Product Key Needed To Install This Operating System page appears, as shown in Figure 7-6. To specify an individual Windows 7 product key or a Multiple Activation Key (MAK) for the installation, select the appropriate option and type the key in the text box provided.
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figURE 7-6 The Specify The Product Key Needed To Install This Operating System page in the
Windows Deployment Wizard
Click Next. The Configure The Computer Name page appears, as shown in Figure 7-7.
figURE 7-7 The Configure The Computer Name page in the Windows Deployment Wizard
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In the Computer Name text box, specify the name you want to assign to the new workstation and click Next. The Join The Computer To A Domain Or Workgroup page appears, as shown in Figure 7-8.
figURE 7-8 The Join The Computer To A Domain Or Workgroup page in the Windows
Deployment Wizard
To join the target computer to a domain after the Windows 7 installation, select the Join A Domain option and, in the Domain text box, type the name of the domain you want the computer to join and click Next.
The credentials you supplied earlier appear by default in the User Name, Password, and Domain text boxes. If these credentials do not provide administrative access to the AD DS domain you specified, you must change them. If you want the wizard to create the computer object in a specific organizational unit, rather than the Computers container, type its name in the Organizational Unit text box. To join the target computer to a workgroup, leave the Join A Workgroup option selected and type the name of the workgroup you want the computer to join in the Workgroup text box.
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If you are using the Refresh Computer scenario, the Specify Where To Save Your Data And Settings page appears, as shown in Figure 7-9. Select the Specify A Location option, and in the Location text box, type a path to the folder to which you want the wizard to copy the user state data from the target computer. Then click Next.
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