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Bytes by TechNet - Rhonda Layfield and John Baker Join John Baker, Sr. IT Evangelist at Microsoft, and Rhonda Layfield, Sr. Deployment Architect at Deployment Done Right as they discuss Windows Deployment Services (WDS) and compare it with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) by looking at real-world cases that Rhonda has been working on. More...

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Deploying Windows 7 with Windows Deployment Services Windows Deployment Services (WDS) enables you to deploy Windows operating systems over the network, instead of installing each operating system directly from a CD or DVD. In this video, you'll learn how to:Set up WDS on a Windows Server 2008 Domain Controller or dedicated WDS serverConfigure WDS Ad... More...

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How Do I: Use Multicast Transmission to Deploy Multiple Clients Windows Deployment Services now offers the option of using multicast transmission to cut down the time it takes to deploy multiple clients. In this video Gordon Ryan shows how to create a multicast session using Windows Server 2008 and how to create a client boot image that makes use of it. More...

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Vista zero touch deployment at New Horizons Belfast | TechNet Edge Alan McBurney discusses how and why New Horizons deployed Vista SP1 in their environment using SCCM 2007. Previously they were using ghost to push out XP images and now they are much happier with SCCM 2007, WDS, and Vista SP1. At 7:00 min - check out the tips tricks section. Here he shows how he fi... More...

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