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A network connection Removable media, like a Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drive or an external hard disk Recordable CD or DVD
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The easiest method is to simply transfer settings across the network This requires the minimum amount of effort, since everything will be plugged in and ready to go On the other hand, you might not have the new computer networked yet, so transferring files and settings might be best on a flash drive or a recordable CD or DVD, depending on how much data you need to move Which method you choose to use is dependent on your organization, your computers configuration, and to a large extent personal preference
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Microsoft has made a couple of tools available that you can use to transfer your files and settings, including: Windows Easy Transfer This tool is available on the Windows Vista DVD Figure 2-1 shows this tool This is a good tool for a small handful of computers It can move user accounts, files and folders, program settings, Internet settings and favorites, and e-mail settings
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Figure 2-1 Windows Easy Transfer allows files and settings to be transferred from an older version
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User State Migration Tool (USMT) This is used to migrate files and settings for a number of users and multiple computers You configure this tool for your unique environment using the migration rule (xml) files to control which user accounts and files and settings are migrated Your migration can be automated using the two USMT command-line tools These control collecting and restoring user files and settings
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NOTE There is a nice tool called Desktop DNA that also works well Some of you might remember it as a Miramar Systems product They were acquired by Computer Associates back in mid-2004, so it is now a CA Unicenter product More information on it can be found at www3cacom/solutions/Product aspx ID=4920 We ll explain how to use these tools in more depth in 3 But for now, as you plan your migration, upgrade, or combination deployment, think about which tools will be ideal for your individual solution
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Understanding an Upgrade
An upgrade uses your existing computers (assuming they re Vista-capable) and replaces Windows 2000 or XP with Windows Vista All your users settings should still be the same, the applications should still be there, and (hopefully) everything will work the way you want it to This basic process is illustrated in Figure 2-2
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Figure 2-2 Upgrading is simplified with Windows Vista s built-in imaging tools
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Planning a Windows Vista Deployment
NOTE An upgrade is only possible to Windows 2000 or XP computers Earlier versions of Windows cannot be upgraded to Windows Vista Before starting an upgrade, you need to ensure that your computers are Vista-capable We can t stress this enough, because if your computers don t meet the basic minimum requirements and you still want Windows Vista, you re going to have to beef up the lagging components on the computer; otherwise, you ll wind up shelling out money for new computers If you buy new computers on which to install Windows Vista, go ahead and flip back to the migration section NOTE We ll probably say this a few times, and it will certainly be apparent to you when running Vista with a few active applications: 512 megabytes (MB) of random access memory (RAM) is not enough This is especially true if you are planning to run new applications, like Microsoft Office 2007 When you are planning, plan for as much RAM as you can reasonably get One gigabyte (GB) is good; two is better As a reminder, Table 2-1 lists the basic minimums for a Windows Vista system
Vista Capable Processor Memory Graphics card 800 MHz (32-bit or 64-bit) 512 MB RAM DirectX 9-capable
Vista Premium Ready 10 GHz (32-bit or 64-bit) 1 GB RAM DirectX 9-capable GPU with Hardware Pixel Shader v 20 and WDDM driver support 128 MB RAM up to 2,304,000 total pixels (eg 1920 1200) or 256+ MB for greater resolutions 40 GB 15 GB Normal, but hybrid flash memory/hard disk recommended DVD-ROM Audio output Internet connectivity
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