before you begin in Visual Studio .NET

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ChAPTER 2
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Lessons in this chapter:
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Lesson 1: Designing and Managing a Licensing Strategy Lesson 2: Designing a Client Hardware Platform Lesson 3: Migrating User Profiles 61
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before you begin
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Installed the Windows 7 operating system on a stand-alone client PC named WKSTN1, as described in the introduction. Downloaded and installed the Windows Automated Installation Kit (Windows AIK).
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you can obtain the Windows Automated Installation Kit from the following location on TechNet: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd349343(WS.10).aspx.
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Orin Thomas
nterprise desktop administrators have the same enthusiasm for operating system licensing that the average five year old has for a tetanus shot. The only
thing that excites enterprise desktop administrators less than operating system licensing is the thought of going through a licensing audit to ensure that all of the client computers at your organization are properly licensed. A few years ago, I had to manage the client operating system licenses for a number of postgraduate computer labs at a local university. Each semester we would reimage the computers because the students tended to be brutal with them, and it was easier to wipe-and-replace than it was to figure out the creative ways they had managed to compromise the original installation. Keeping track of keys during this process was a nightmare, and we always feared that some of the machines would not be properly activated when it was time for the new semester s classes to start. When I first heard about Key Management Services, I thought how useful it would have been in managing those computer labs. Rather than worrying about reactivating those computers each time I did a deployment, I would have been able to sit back and let the KMS service handle it.
ChAPTER 2
Designing a Client Life Cycle
Lesson 1: Designing and Managing a Licensing strategy
The licensing strategy that you choose depends on the circumstances of your Windows 7 deployment. When you are determining which strategy to pursue, you must take into account factors such as client connectivity to the Microsoft activation servers on the Internet, the number of clients that you need to activate, and the editions of Windows 7 that you have chosen to deploy. In this lesson, you learn about the licensing and activation options that are available to volume licensing customers and how these differ from the licensing and activation options available to normal retail customers.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
Understand different Windows 7 licensing options. Deploy Key Management Services. Utilize Multiple Activation Keys. Describe licensing options for virtual clients.
Estimated lesson time: 40 minutes
Windows 7 Editions and Licensing
Windows 7 uses three types of license: the OEM license, the retail license, and the volume license. OEM licenses are tied to a specific hardware vendor. This license type is used with computers that are sold with Windows 7 already installed by the vendor, such as those you might purchase from your local computer retailer. The product keys associated with an OEM license do not allow you to transfer the license to a computer made by a different vendor. Computers that have OEM licenses undergo activation prior to being deployed to customers. Retail keys are provided when you buy a retail copy of Windows 7. You can use the Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate editions of Windows 7 with retail keys. Because a retail key is used only for a single computer, this type is not used with zero touch or lite touch automated volume deployments. Volume License keys are made available to organizations that have a volume licensing agreement with Microsoft. Volume licenses include the Open, Select, and Enterprise agreement types. You can use volume license keys only with computers running the Windows 7 Professional and Enterprise operating systems. You can use a mixture of retail, volume license, and OEM keys in an organizational environment.
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