Lesson 1: Designing an Image Creation Strategy in Visual Studio .NET

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Lesson 1: Designing an Image Creation Strategy
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The disadvantages of using thin images consist of the following:
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More complex installation Although the thin images themselves are smaller, the deployment s development and testing process can be substantially more complicated because of the scripting that might be required to install the applications and other software components after the image is applied. Requires software distribution infrastructure Because thin images have a minimal amount of software in the image file, the deployment needs another software distribution mechanism to provide the workstations with the remaining applications, updates, drivers, and language packs. Many organizations use SCCM 2007 for this purpose. increased security vulnerability
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If the thin image does not include security updates and malware protection, the workstation is vulnerable until it receives these components by other means.
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hen you encounter two theoretical definitions that describe opposite extremes, you can be reasonably sure that in the real world, actual practice
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falls somewhere between the two. The Microsoft thick image and thin image definitions are, of course, two such extremes, with one including all of the additional software a workstation requires and the other including none of it. In my experience, I ve never seen an enterprise deployment project that used either one in its strict definition. Most workstation deployments that I ve seen and participated in include at least some of the workstation s core software requirements in the deployment image file. At the very least, the image includes the operating system s latest service pack and/or critical updates, and in some cases antivirus and other core applications. In no case have I encountered an administrator who thought it worthwhile to create thick images containing all of the supplemental applications that each workstation requires, nor have I ever seen a thin image deployment that used images containing nothing but the operating system. This isn t to say that they don t happen, however, just that I ve never seen them.
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Creating and Managing System Images
Using Hybrid Images
Hybrid images are similar to thick images in that they install all of the applications and other software components the workstation needs, but like thin images, they do not include all of those other components as part of the image file. Instead, they access the additional components from a share on the network. As a result, hybrid images share most of the same advantages of thin images. These are some of the advantages of hybrid images:
smaller size Hybrid images, like thin images, are relatively small because they do not contain all of the software components the workstation ultimately needs. Less bandwidth Hybrid images are smaller than thick images, and therefore use less network bandwidth during the actual image download. The workstations still have to download the remaining software components from the network share, but they do so over a longer period of time, lessening the impact on the network. simpler maintenance
Like thin images, hybrid images require less maintenance than thick images because they have fewer internal components to maintain.
Does not require software distribution infrastructure Although they do have all of the required software components in the image file, hybrid images still install those components during the image deployment, and therefore do not require an external software distribution mechanism such as SCCM 2007.
Most of the disadvantages of using hybrid images are the same as those for the thin images as well, although to a lesser degree. The disadvantages are as follows:
Longest installation time Of the three image types, hybrid images typically take the longest to install, which can be a matter of concern in large-scale deployments. More complex installation As with thin images, hybrid images can require some scripting to achieve a complete deployment, but their scripting is typically not as complex as that required by thin images. increased security vulnerability
Like thin images, hybrid images are usually subject to a period of vulnerability between the operating system installation and the installation of security components.
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