The media are added to the list of media in the details pane of the Deployment Workbench. The Delete Selected Items Wizard allows you to delete individual task sequences or entire folder structures. View Operating System Properties in the Deployment Workbench You view operating system properties beneath the Operating System node in the Deployment Workbench using the Properties actions as described in. The existing user state migration data is saved from the original computer. Driver date Contains the date of the device driver. After the Delete Selected Items Wizard finishes, the item and other affected items are removed from the Deployment Workbench and from the deployment share. Lastly, it gives us a rollback option.
These settings reside in CustomSettings. Leverage this Solution Accelerator to achieve efficient, cost-effective deployment of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. In our environment, we have a licensing server, so I set the Licensing server field to Do not specify. Select to configure the wizard to copy the content in the selection profile into an existing target deployment share and overwrite any existing folders or items in the target deployment share. Specify where to save a complete computer backup Click Specify a location, and then type the fully qualified path to the location in which you want to store the backup. What is your imaging and source file strategy? Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench.
Copy a Linked Deployment Share in the Deployment Workbench You can copy and paste linked deployment shares in the Deployment Workbench using the Copy and Paste actions as described in. In Setup source directory, type or click Browse to find the folder containing the Setup files. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. At the end of the process, the Deployment Summary dialog box appears. It gives us the opportunity to get rid of stale data, settings, applications, and more from over a decade ago. Use the Standard Client Task Sequence or Standard Server Task Sequence templates to deploy the captured image of the reference computer to the target computer.
It would be painful to install any operating system over the network and since these branch offices only have a server or two, I really do not want to place a Linked Deployment Share locally. Supports only security in which automatic software installation is allowed. The item is moved to the target location. In many instances, you can use the templates without any modification to the task sequence. Select this method when the target computers have high-speed, persistent connections to the deployment infrastructure. Configuration Settings on the Details Tab of the Device Driver Properties Setting Description Manufacturer Contains the name of the device driver manufacturer.
Include only drivers of the following types Select to configure the Update Media Content Wizard to include only the device drivers in the chosen selection profile that are specified in the following check boxes: - Include all network drivers in the selected group - Include all video drivers in the selected group - Include all mass storage drivers in the selected group - Include all system-class drivers in the selected group Include all network drivers in the selected group Select to configure the Update Media Content Wizard to include all network drivers in the chosen selection profile. There might be files in specific areas of the partition that cannot be relocated or removed. Folders In Select the folders that should be included in this selection profile, select folders where folders is the name of the folders that contain the Deployment Workbench items you want to include in this selection profile , and then click Next. Include all drivers from the selected driver group Select to configure the Update Media Content Wizard to include all the device drivers in the selection profile specified in the Selection profile box. The Import Driver Wizard starts.
For more information about deploying target computers in a secured configuration using these solution accelerators, see. Condition list box Contains any conditional criteria for running this step. For all other applications, this tab is not displayed. . For example, you may decide to remove unnecessary Windows operating system components from desktop and portable computer deployments to reduce the security footprint of those computers. These files can require many gigabytes of space.
The deployment share configuration settings are saved, and the deployment share appears in the details pane of the Deployment Workbench. You cannot use 32-bit device drivers in 64-bit versions of Windows. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. Note The target computer must support booting from the device to use this method of starting target computers. Replace the contents of the target deployment share folders with those selected Click to configure the wizard to copy the content in the selection profile into an existing target deployment share and overwrite any existing folders or items in the target deployment share. Point to Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, and then click Deployment Workbench. The default value is 32.
If any errors or warnings occur, review them, and record any diagnostic information. These branch offices have a lousy internet connection. Note If you move the last task sequence step in a task sequence group down, the task sequence step will be performed after the entire group and will be removed from the group. There is no user migration information to save and restore and no existing file systems to preserve. All of the configuration settings must be provided before you can initiate the deployment.