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MORE INFO: PRACTICE TESTS For details about all the practice test options available, see the section entitled "How to Use the Practice Tests," in the Introduction to this book.
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Overview This chapter discusses the management, manipulation, and deployment of system images. You deploy an image when you install it on one or more target computers. It looks at how you mount a system image so it can be updated and altered, how you then commit these changes to the original image, and how you distribute that image to a number often a large number of client computers. In the context of system images, you mount an image by expanding it into a folder so you can obtain information about it and add or remove features such as drivers, updates, and language packs. Microsoft provides a range of tools for image manipulation and deployment, some of which are specific to Windows 7 images, whereas others are more general. Some tools manipulate images, others deploy them, and some tools do both. It is your job as a network administrator to choose the best tools for your current and future needs and configure them so that they work efficiently and go on working efficiently. If your users are sitting at computers with operating systems, drivers, and applications that are up to date and as invulnerable as you can make them to Internet (and intranet) attacks they will be less unhappy. If you can bring one computer or 100 computers into full operation quickly, efficiently, and without error, then your boss will be less unhappy. (We all know, of course, that neither users nor bosses are ever happy.) Exam objectives in this chapter: Prepare a system image for deployment. Deploy a system image.
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Lessons in this chapter: Lesson 1: Managing a System Image Before Deployment Lesson 2: Deploying System Images
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Before You Begin To complete the exercises in the practices in this chapter you need to have done the following:
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Installed the Windows 7 operating system on a stand-alone client PC, as described in 1, "Install, Migrate, or Upgrade to Windows 7." You need Internet access to complete the exercises. Completed all the practice exercises in 2, "Configuring System Images." In particular, you need to have installed the Windows Automated Installation Kit
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REAL WORLD Ian McLean Each of the tools you use for network and system administration has its own set of features and enables you to perform specific tasks. Where people sometimes get upset and confused is if there is overlap. For example, you can use Windows Deployment Services (WDS) or the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 to deploy Windows 7 images to client computers. However, MDT 2010 allows you to specify a set of configuration tasks that should be run on a computer after an image has been deployed to it through WDS, whereas WDS cannot run configuration tasks on a client after the image has been deployed. You use ImageX to create an image of a computer running Windows 7 while it is booted to Windows Preinstallation Environment (Windows PE) and you use the Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM) tool to manipulate that image after it has been created. However, you can use ImageX or DISM to mount an image so you can work with it offline. So, you are entitled to ask, which tool do I use and, more to the point in this book, what tool will the examination ask about The simple answer is to use the most recently introduced tool when there is a choice. For example, ImageX has been around for some time, whereas DISM was introduced fairly recently; however, ImageX has new features in the latest edition of the Windows AIK. Traditionally, examinations ask more questions about new features of an operatingsystem and new tools that are introduced to carry out tasks on the new operating system than they do about features that are unchanged from the previous operating system and tools that, however worthy, have been around for a while. This is simply a statement of fact and any conclusions you draw from it are your own. However, as a professional administrator rather than merely an examination candidate, what tool do you choose to do your job That's up to you. My advice is if you've been using DISM frequently in the recent past and have got into the rhythm of typing in DISM commands, use that tool if you are given the choice. Otherwise, my preferred tool when I'm mounting an image is ImageX. The commands are shorter (important when you're as slow a typist as I am), I find the command completes sooner, and if something does go wrong, ImageX usually gives a more detailed explanation. That, however, is only my opinion, with which you are absolutely entitled to disagree. As a professional, use your best judgment. As an examination candidate, know what all the tools do, what a tool does that no other tool can do, what a tool does that is unique to the new operating system or that you haven't been able to do before, and what jobs can be done equally well by two or more tools. Good luck.
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