Microsoft isn’t really ready to talk about this stuff yet (unfortunately) but as a System Center guy one my recent thoughts was “I wonder what MS used to deploy Windows 8 onto all those slates at Build?”.
I recall at TechEd Australia 2009 when MS used the pre-release of MDT 2010 to deploy Windows 7 […]
I recently fired up a couple of Windows 8 Server Hyper-V VMs to do some testing, and used a dynamically-expanding parent VHD with a couple of differencing disks to do so.
The process was pretty much exactly that of any other Windows operating system:
Install the operating system Patch/install stuff according to taste and requirements […]
The new application model in System Center Configuration Manager 2012 is pretty excellent, and allows you to do some innovative software deployments. But, like any new thing, the UI takes a bit of getting used to. In this case, there’s no delete/erase button for Applications which you no longer require.
This is because an Application […]
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TechEd is done and dusted for another year (in this part of the world, at least) and I have to say that presenting at both TechEd New Zealand and TechEd Australia was an absolute blast.
My TechEd Australia sessions were recorded, and they’re now available at Channel 9:
SEC305 – Make The Move: Migrate from […]