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Lesson 1: Designing an Image Creation Strategy
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Creating a Deployment share
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Using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010, you can configure a system to function as a build computer for automated workstation deployments.
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E xE rcisE 1 Downloading and Installing the Windows 7 AIK
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Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 requires that you install the Windows 7 AIK. Microsoft provides the Windows 7 AIK free of charge from the Microsoft Downloads Center.
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Open a browser window and, in the address box, type the following URL and press Enter: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx familyid=696DD665-9F764177-A811-39C26D3B3B34&displaylang=en. The Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows 7 download page appears. Click the Download button and save the KB3AIK_EN.iso file to a folder on your local drive. Burn the KB3AIK_EN.iso file to a DVD-ROM and insert the disc into the computer s DVD drive. The Welcome To Windows Automated Installation Kit window appears, as shown in Figure 3-7.
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figURE 3-7 The Welcome To Windows Automated Installation Kit window
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Click Windows AIK Setup. The Windows Automated Installation Kit Setup Wizard appears. Complete the wizard, agreeing to the license terms and using the default settings. Click Close to complete the installation process. Close the Welcome To Windows Automated Installation Kit window.
ChAPTER 3
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E xE rcisE 2 Downloading and Installing MDT 2010
Microsoft provides MDT 2010 free of charge, from the Microsoft Download Center.
Open a browser window and, in the address box, type the following URL and press Enter: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx familyid=3bd8561f-77ac4400-a0c1-fe871c461a89&displaylang=en. The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 download page appears. Click the Download button for the MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit2010_x64.msi or MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit2010_x86.msi file, depending on the platform of the computer you are using, and save the file to a folder on your local drive. Open Windows Explorer, then locate and run the file you downloaded. The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 Setup Wizard appears, as shown in Figure 3-8.
figURE 3-8 The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 Setup Wizard
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Complete the wizard, agreeing to the license terms and using the default settings. Click Finish to complete the MDT 2010 setup.
E xE rcisE 3 Creating a Deployment Share
Before you can deploy image files by using MDT 2010, you must create a deployment share and populate it with images.
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From the Start menu, open the Deployment Workbench under the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit program group. The Deployment Workbench window appears. In the scope (left) pane, double-click Deployment Workbench, then right-click Deployment Shares and, from the context menu, select New Deployment Share. The New Deployment Share Wizard appears, displaying the Path page, as shown in Figure 3-9.
Lesson 1: Designing an Image Creation Strategy
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figURE 3-9 The Path page in the New Deployment Share Wizard
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Click Next seven times to accept the default wizard settings. The wizard creates the deployment share and the Confirmation page appears. Click Finish. The new share appears under Deployment Shares. Expand the MDT Deployment Share node, right-click Operating Systems and, from the context menu, select Import Operating System. The Import Operating System Wizard appears, displaying the OS Type page, as shown in Figure 3-10.
figURE 3-10 The OS Type page in the New Deployment Share Wizard
ChAPTER 3
Creating and Managing System Images
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Click Next to accept the default OS Type value. The Source page appears. Insert the Windows 7 installation DVD into the computer s disc drive. Then click Browse, select the root of the DVD-ROM drive, and click Next. The Destination page appears. Click Next to accept the default Destination Directory Name setting. The Summary page appears. Click Next to begin importing the operating system image file from the Windows 7 installation disk. When the importation process is completed, click Finish. The imported images appear in the Deployment Workbench, as shown in Figure 3-11.
figURE 3-11 Operating system images added to a deployment share
Lesson Summary
Windows Imaging files are file-based images, with a .wim extension, which can contain multiple operating system images. Compared with sector-based images, Windows Imaging files are hardware independent, nondestructive, compressed, spannable, bootable, mountable, and editable. Large-scale deployment environments require careful strategizing because you often need to create and manage dozens or even hundreds of image files. To devise a workstation image creation strategy, desktop administrators must understand the properties of image files, as well as the tools and procedures for creating them. An efficient enterprise imaging strategy should enable you to create image files that deploy complete workstation environments with little or no interaction on the client side. For large enterprises that require many different workstation configurations, MDT 2010 provides an efficient platform for creating and deploying multiple Windows Imaging files. To implement a large-scale image creation strategy, you need a laboratory in which you can experiment with your task sequences and test them in an environment that simulates or at least resembles your actual production network.
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