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@dotRaphael
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CLOUD OS WEEK
 People Centric IT
OPERATING SYSTEM DEPLOYMENT IN SCCM
ALL ABOUT YOU!
Raphael Perez, MVP: Enterprise Client Management, MCT
System Center consultant, specialized in SCCM & related technologies (ie. Windows
Deployment, automation, patch management, etc)
- Ex-Developer
- SCCM Book Author
- TheDesktopTeam Community leader
http://www.thedesktopteam.com
@dotraphael | http://uk.linkedin.com/in/dotraphael/
[email protected]
AGENDA
 Windows XP and why?
 What is OSD?
 What is SCCM OSD?
 What is a successfully OSD (IT Perspective) / (End-user Perspective)
 What we need to consider
 Concepts
 Demo
WINDOWS XP AND WHY?
 Application Compatibility
 User Experience
WHAT IS OSD?
- Operating System Deployment / Operating System Distribution
- Old School
- Everything in a base image
- Many base images
- Difficult to manage and maintain
- Difficult to update and make changes
- Difficult to test
- Rely on old way of thinking
WHAT IS SCCM OSD?
- Device / OSD life cycle
- Module
- Small base image
- Easy to manage and maintain
- Easy to update and make changes
- Easy to test
WHAT IS A SUCCESSFULLY OSD
(IT PERSPECTIVE)
- 90%+ of success
- Quick and less network utilization
- Meet SLA
- Fully updated and automated
- END USER PROOF
WHAT IS A SUCCESSFULLY OSD
(END-USER PERSPECTIVE)
- All my applications are still there
- All my files are still there
- Everything I had before (even I never used it) is still there
- Everything I need to do my job is ALREADY there
- I’M PART OF IT
WHAT WE NEED TO CONSIDER
 Application/Application Upgrade
 Unknown applications
 Backup/Recovery
 Unknown file location
 BYOD (ie. Supportability, Licensing, etc)
 Security (ie. Disk encryption, etc)
 Understand your company and what your users needs
are and what your users are allowed to do
HOW WE DO IT?
 Understand your company and what your users needs and what your users are
allowed to do
CONCEPTS (1)
 Boot Image: A small “windows” image used to boot the computer into the WinPE
OS and initialize the connection to the SCCM
 Operating System Images: is the Windows Imaging Format (WIM) files that
contain OS images.
 Windows Setup Answer file: is an XML file that contains setting definitions and
values to use during Windows Setup. The answer file for Setup is typically called
Unattend.xml.
 Driver: computer program that operates or controls a particular type of device
that is attached to a computer
CONCEPTS (2)
 Build and Capture Process: Process to build a base image (also known as Gold
Image) with core applications and software updates
 Applications
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not customized by environment (ie Active Directory)
used by ALL users
not subject to frequent updates
will not be replaced by other application soon
 Software Updates
 All updates approved by the time the gold image is created
CONCEPTS (3)
 Deploy Process: Process to deploy the gold image with applications and
customizations based on environment customizations
 Applications
 Applications needed by the user, computer or environment (ie. Active Directory)
 used by the user’s of the machine
 subject to frequent updates
 Software Updates
 All updates approved and not contained in the gold image
CONCEPTS (4)
 Task Sequence
 Sequence of tasks performed by SCCM that automatizes the OS Deployment process
 Examples:
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Format and Partition disk
Install Operating System
Install Applications
Install Software Updates
Install Drivers
ATTENTION
SCCM AUTOMATE “STUFF”
THAT YOU TELL IT TO
AUTOMATE
ATTENTION
DO NOT BLAME SCCM IF
YOU DEPLOY AN OS TO ALL
SYSTEMS AND EVERY
SYSTEM GETS WINDOWS
7/8.1
DEMO
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