Preparing to Deploy Windows 7 in VS .NET

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ChAPTER 1
Creating QR Code JIS X 0510 In .NET Framework
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Quick Response Code Reader In VS .NET
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Preparing to Deploy Windows 7
Encode Bar Code In .NET Framework
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Suggested Practices
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To help you successfully master the exam objectives presented in this chapter, complete the following tasks.
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Using the IT Pro Quick Start Kit
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The base Microsoft Operations Framework 4.0 package consists of 23 documents totaling nearly 600 pages. Although these documents contain a lot of valuable information, students intent on preparing for the 70-686 exam can probably make better use of their time than by reading that package. Fortunately, Microsoft has also published the IT Pro Quick Start Kit, which contains a collection of presentations, graphics, podcasts, and relatively brief documents that provide a basic overview of Microsoft Operations Framework 4.0. In this practice, you download the IT Pro Quick Start Kit and examine its contents.
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Download the IT Pro Quick Start Kit from the Microsoft Operations Framework page on their TechNet site at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/ solutionaccelerators/dd320379.aspx and save it to a new folder on your local drive.
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Practice 1 Practice 2 Extract the files from the IT Pro Quick Start Kit and double-click the START HERE.pptx file. When PowerPoint launches and loads the file, press F5 to start the presentation. View the Get Started: MOF Overview Presentation and listen to the MOF 4.0 Overview Podcast.
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Benchmarking a Performance Baseline
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In this practice, you create a performance-level baseline on a lab computer running Windows Vista, and then repeat the performance benchmark test after installing Windows 7 on the same computer.
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Practice 1 On a lab computer running Windows Vista, use the Performance Monitor tool in Reliability And Performance Monitor to create a data collector set that captures a 30-minute data sample for the performance counters listed in Lesson 2. When you have captured the data sample, copy it to a removable drive or a network share on another computer. Practice 2 Install Windows 7 on the same lab computer, and then use Performance Monitor to create an identical data collector set as before, using the same performance counters. Compare the results from the Windows Vista benchmark to those from the Windows 7 benchmark and decide whether the computer s hardware configuration is sufficient to support a permanent Windows 7 installation.
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ChAPTER 1
Take a Practice Test
The practice tests on this book s companion CD offer many options. For example, you can test yourself on just one exam objective, or you can test yourself on all the 70-686 certification exam content. You can set up the test so that it closely simulates the experience of taking a certification exam, or you can set it up in study mode so that you can look at the correct answers and explanations after you answer each question.
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PRACTiCE TEsTs
For details about all the practice test options available, see the How to Use the Practice Tests section in this book s Introduction.
ChAPTER 1
Preparing to Deploy Windows 7
ChAPTER 2
Designing a Client Life Cycle
hen you are designing a client life cycle, you should ensure that your plan reduces the amount of time you have to spend maintaining parts of that life cycle. Your aims can include reducing the amount of time you spend managing operating system activation, configuring the operating system so that the installation is easily transferrable to another computer, and minimizing the amount of time it takes to move data from an older computer to its replacement. Although it is not a problem to enter a unique product key when you perform a traditional installation of Windows 7 on a small number of computers, a simple operation that takes a minute or so becomes problematic when you have to perform the same operation on several thousand. Microsoft offers enterprise customers an alternative way of ensuring that their computers are properly licensed without consuming an inordinate amount of time. The name for this method is volume activation. You will learn about volume activation in the first lesson of this chapter. A new feature of Windows 7 is the ability to deploy the operating system directly to a VHD file and boot that VHD file on physical hardware. Installing Windows 7 on a bootable VHD allows an installation to be easily migrated to new hardware. When configured in this manner, migration to new hardware is as simple as transferring the VHD container in which Windows 7 has been installed to the new physical or virtual host. Although the promise of VHD deployments suggest that in the future it will be relatively simple to migrate users from their old computers to their new computers, most of the users coming to a new Windows 7 installation will be coming from computers running the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems. The User State Migration Tool offers administrators the ability to automate the process of user data migration, vastly speeding the process of transitioning users from these older computers to new computers that run Windows 7.
Exam objectives in this chapter:
Plan and manage client licensing and activation. Plan and manage a physical hardware and virtualization strategy. Design a user state migration strategy.
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