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packaging is easy. application repackaging is very often the most expensive part of any deployment project. When you undertake the repackaging of an organization s applications, you can count on a labor- and resource-intensive effort, particularly in organizations with thousands of applications, many of which the organization must repackage. Budget, plan, and schedule accordingly.
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You must use tools that are not included with Windows Installer to create Windows Installer packages . The following list includes some of the variety of tools available:
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This section describes how to add applications to deployment shares you build with MDT 2010, and then inject those applications into disk images or install them when deploying the disk image . If you re not using MDT 2010 to build and deploy Windows 7, see 4, Planning Deployment, to learn why using MDT 2010 is a better way to deploy Windows 7 than using the Windows Automated Installation Kit (Windows AIK) alone . When planning application deployment, you choose between three deployment strategies: thick image, thin image, and hybrid image, as we described earlier in this chapter . If you re using a thin-image strategy, you won t be injecting applications into disk images . Instead, you ll use a systems-management infrastructure such as System Center Configuration Manager 2007 to deploy applications after installing the thin disk image . If you re using a thick-image strategy, you will install applications when you create the disk image . In other words, you will add the application installations to the MDT 2010 task sequence that you use to create the disk image . This method should be a last resort, as it s more difficult to maintain and slower to deploy . If you re using a hybrid image strategy, you will install applications during deployment . In this case, you will add the application installations to the MDT 2010 task sequence that you re deploying to destination computers, or you will add application installations to the MDT 2010 database .
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This chapter does not describe how to start or use Deployment Workbench. For
more information about using Deployment Workbench, see 6, Developing Disk Images.
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ne question I hear repeatedly regarding deployment space concerns the amount of infrastructure required. Even with a moderately large (thick) image,
customers still need to deploy additional applications. I typically suggest dynamic application distribution applications that the user had before are dynamically reinstalled on the new configuration before the user logs on to the computer.
Deploying Applications
However, this requires a stable infrastructure. On average, three applications will need to be added for each computer three applications not already included in the thick image. On average, 4,805 files per computer will be migrated by using the User State Migration Tool (USMT), and 900 megabytes (MB) will be transferred per computer. Therefore, a 1,000-computer deployment would require the following infrastructure:
n n n n
Computers: 1,000 applications: 2,952 Files: 4,805,594 Gigabytes: 977.60
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