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How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 10 2009 06:49AM
gremagehan web de (4 replies)
Re: How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 21 2009 05:23PM
gremagehan web de
RE: How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 13 2009 05:43PM
Dave Kleiman (dave davekleiman com)
RE: How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 13 2009 09:21AM
Jérémie Bécousse (jbecousse degetel com) (1 replies)
Re: How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 16 2009 06:30PM
Harsh Patel (har duro gmail com)
HI there.

There are also solution like u can directly customise all the
components of windows XP via "Windows XPe" in windows XPe u can also
make a live Cd sort of known as Horms CD by MS and have a look at
windows embedded standard can make vista in similar manner and would
be cost effective also if on a large scale..

Cheers
:)

2009/11/13 Jérémie Bécousse <jbecousse (at) degetel (dot) com [email concealed]>:
> Hello,
>
> Sorry for my bad English, i hope this message will be understandable!
>
> We are currently using the MS software MDT 2010 (Migration Deployment Tool)
> wich allow you to install OS without human intervention.
>
> To realise this for windows Seven and XP you need a Windows Server 2008 R2
> and MDT 2010.
>
> Nevertheless, maybe this system isn't exactly what you are looking for,
> because the CD created by this tool is just a live CD allowing the
> connection to MDT server and dowloading OS, Software, Service Pack etc.
>
> We have realised scenarios for Windows XP and Windows 7, and we install
> automatically Office, our Antivirus, TightVNC, Acrobat reader etc. with only
> two clic in about 40 minutes.
>
> About compatibility with multiple computers, it's not a problem because even
> if the OS haven't drivers for your computer, you can add them manualy in MDT
> Server.
>
> Finaly if you have 10 computers models (for exemple), you can generate image
> (.wim file) at the end of the process, and then update this image througt
> MDT. The advantage of updating is you haven't to reinstall completly a
> computer if you only have one security fix to add!
>
> This tool is very powerfull, but need a lot of configuration to do this with
> only two or three mouse clic. If you don't care to clic on Next button
> during the installation phase, you can install MDT and create your basic
> scenario in 30 minutes and deploy it in 20 minutes.
>
> Regards
>
> Jérémie Bécousse
>
> -----Message d'origine-----
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> la part de gremagehan (at) web (dot) de [email concealed]
> Envoyé : mardi 10 novembre 2009 07:50
> À : focus-ms (at) securityfocus (dot) com [email concealed]
> Objet : How to prepare Windows Installation Discs
>
> Hello List,
>
> I'm looking for some Informations about preparing the Windows
> Installation  CD's (XP Pro).
> It should be possible to prepare an installation disc with Windows
> including all Service packs.
> How to do that? It is possible to prepare installation CD for more than
> one  machine?
> And what about the Windows 7?
> We prepare every week  up to 20  PC's as a part of our measurement systems.
> Therefore it  is not our main topic, but I thing it is better to install
> OS with all the updates
> than make online update with every box.
>
> Thank you for your answers
>
> Have a nice day
> Martin
>
>

--
Thanking you.

Harsh Patel
Team iT ELF
SCIT ISS 9/11.

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RE: How to prepare Windows Installation Discs Nov 13 2009 07:58AM
Marc Serra (MSerra manxa es)


 

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