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Join John Baker, Sr. IT Evangelist at Microsoft, and Johan Arwidmark, Chief Technical Architect at Knowledge Factory for a discussion around deployment. Johan gives some tips and tricks along with customer scenario examples when using Windows Deployment Services (WDS), Microsoft Deployment Toolkit(MDT), and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager tools.

About Johan

Johan speaks at several conferences each year, including MMS and Tech·Ed around the world. He is also actively involved in deployment communities like and, and he has been awarded Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) in Setup & Deployment.Johan is known for an energetic and humorous style, tackling complex concepts using simple "Real World" scenarios and lots of live demos. His areas of expertise include: Enterprise Windows Deployment Tools and Solutions, MDT, WinPE, USMT, WDS, and Configuration Manager 2007.

About John

John started in computers many moons ago working on mainframes, some of which were water cooled. He quickly moved to mini-computers and then joined the PC revolution in the ‘80s. He’s been with Microsoft over 12 years, starting in consulting and moving onto various technology specialist roles. He specializes in Windows Server 2008 Active Directory, Group Policy and System Center Configuration Manager 2007. In the last 8 years John has presented hundreds of TechNet events and many product launches. He is currently an IT Pro Evangelist based in Microsoft’s East Region focused on Windows Deployment, covering Maine to Florida. As an IT Pro, John loves how new products and technologies are always lurking around the corner. All this new technology presents a major learning challenge, which is why he recently updated his MCSE certification to the new MCITP Server Administrator and MCITP Enterprise Administrator certifications.

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Published Date: August 10, 2011
Presented By: Johan Arwidmark



Video: WMV (ZIP) (no longer available)