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Practice 3: Learn About Windows PE Watch TechNet Webcast: Windows Preinstallation Environment 2.0 for Windows Vista Deployment (Level 2000), by Andy Zeigler. n Practice 4: Learn About Creating WIM File Images Watch TechNet Webcast: Building a Windows Vista Image for Your Corporate Deployment (Level 2000), by Glenn Fincher. n Practice 5: Learn More About Creating WIM File Images Watch Tech Net Webcast: Imaging Windows Vista (Level 2000), by Chris Henley.
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After you have deployed Windows Vista, the process of troubleshooting the deployment begins. Two of the most common areas in which problems appear after Windows Vista deployment are roaming user profiles and application compatibility. This chapter introduces you to methods you can use to resolve post-deployment problems in these two areas.
Exam objectives in this chapter:
Perform post-installation tasks. Troubleshoot deployment issues.
Lessons in this chapter:
Lesson 1: Resolving User Profile Compatibility Issues . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 Lesson 2: Configuring Application Compatibility Settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Before You Begin
To complete the lessons in this chapter, you must have
A Microsoft Windows Server 2003 domain controller named dcsrv1.nwtraders.msft. Two Windows Vista Enterprise, Business, or Ultimate client computers named Vista1 and Vista2. A Windows XP Professional computer named Xpclient.
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Troubleshooting Deployment Issues
Lesson 1: Resolving User Profile Compatibility Issues
User profiles in Windows Vista by default are not compatible with user profiles in previous versions of Windows. Consequently, if you have configured roaming user profiles for your Windows domain, you will typically need to resolve user profile issues after you deploy Windows Vista. To allow roaming users to access their data in a consistent way across Windows versions, you should use a feature called Folder Redirection. Aside from promoting user profile compatibility between Windows versions, Folder Redirection provides a number of additional benefits, such as faster logon times, real-time data synchronization, and policy automation.
After this lesson, you will be able to: n Understand the advantages and disadvantages of using roaming user profiles in Windows Vista. n Use Folder Redirection to resolve problems with user profiles in Windows Vista. Estimated lesson time: 40 minutes
Understanding User Profiles in Windows Vista
In general terms, a user profile simply refers to the collection of data that makes up a user s individual environment data including a user s individual files, application settings, and desktop configuration. More specifically, a user profile refers to the contents of the personal folder, automatically created by Windows, that bears the name of an individual user. By default, this personal folder is created in the C:\Users folder when a user logs on to a Windows Vista computer for the first time. It contains subfolders such as Documents, Desktop, and Downloads, as well as a personal data file named Ntuser.dat. For example, by default, a user named SheilaB will store the data that makes up her personal environment in a folder named C:\Users\SheilaB.
Lesson 1: Resolving User Profile Compatibility Issues
The contents of the user profile folder are shown in Figure 3-1.
Figure 3-1
The user profile namespace
Although each user profile is stored in C:\Users by default, this default location is often not suitable for corporate environments, especially when users tend to switch computers. Ideally, users documents and settings should follow them from computer to computer and not be restricted to a single computer or be dispersed among several computers. To allow documents and settings to roam with users in an organization in this way, network administrators have traditionally configured roaming user profiles in a domain environment. To configure domain user accounts with roaming user profiles, you simply need to modify the properties of those accounts so that the profiles are stored on a central network share instead of on the local machine. When you do this, the same personal folder containing a user s documents and settings is downloaded from the network share to the local computer when the user logs on, regardless of which domain computer the user logs on to. All changes made to the user profile are then copied back to the central network share when the user logs off.
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