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Deploying Windows 7 Using Windows Deployment Services (WDS): Step-by-Step – Part I April 20, 2010 at 9:51 am | Posted in Windows 7, Windows Deployment Services (WDS) | 27 Comments Tags: Unattended Deployment, Unattended Files, WDS, Windows 7, Windows Deployment Services (WDS) See also: Deploying Windows 7 Using Windows Deployment Services (WDS): Step-by-Step – Part II We had a good look about the possibilities about Windows deployment; regarding Windows 7 we’ve completed a guide using Microsoft
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  Deploying Windows 7 Using Windows DeploymentServices (WDS): Step-by-Step – Part I April 20, 2010 at 9:51 am | Posted inWindows 7, Windows Deployment Services (WDS)|27 Comments  Tags:Unattended Deployment,Unattended Files,WDS,Windows 7,Windows Deployment Services (WDS)   See also: Deploying Windows 7 Using Windows Deployment Services (WDS): Step-by-Step – Part II   We had a good look about the possibilities about Windows deployment; regardingWindows 7 we’ve completed a guide using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 (MDT2010 beta) to capture and deploy unattended installations of Windows 7 with Office 2007(Post I,Post IIandPost III). Also we’ve reviewed how to implement unattended installations of Windows Vista using Windows Deployment Services (Post I, Post IIand Post III).But we didn’t take a look about deploying Windows 7 using Windows DeploymentServices (WDS). Now we have a good chance to do that, providing a simple step by step procedure. Why Using WDS? Deploying operating systems using technologies like Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010 or even System Center Configuration Manager are far more scalable that we can offer using WDS. But there’s always the cost/benefit analysis we should take before deciding touse always the most scalable and dynamic technology available.Having a robust platform for deployment requires, as always, bigger costs for maintain it;and if there’s no trade off which we can see it in the short term, why bother? Example: Weare using one operating system image as a baseline for our branch office with around 15users; and we usually have to deploy one operating system to users per month. Should weneed to allocate considerate hardware and efforts to maintain MDT or SCCM? Probablythose technologies will be far more expensive than just using a simple one or even manualdeployments. Windows Deployment Services is a simple and straight forward technology to achievefast and unattended deployments . Just loading a WIM file and the operating system isavailable over the network.So, let’s take a look about a simple step-by-step process to achieve unattended deploymentsof Windows 7 using WDS.  Prerequisites for WDS   ã Active Directory and DNS server in place. The computer running WDS must be amember of an Active Directory. ã An active DHCP server on the network  ã An NTFS partition on the server with the WDS role to store your OS images. ã Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK). This is an optional component thatwe can use to create unattended files. 1. Installing the WDS role on Windows Server 2008 1.1 Installing WDS in Windows Server 2008 is quite simple, just add it as a Server Rolefrom Server Manager . Besides the core components in WDS, Windows Server 2008 has the multicasting featurefor the deployment. Transport Server option gives us that functionality.  1.2 Click on next and then Install. 2.   Configure WDS for first use WDS also has a simple procedure to configure the server, just running a wizard and you’ll be good to go.2.1 In Administrative tasks open the WDS up in mmc, expand “Servers” then right click onthe root name, and “ configure server ”.  2.2 We’ll need to create a path for the storing of our images. E:\RemoteInstall .2.3 PXE answer policy , every time a machine boots from the network you can decide if they are going to receive an automatic answer or wait for an administrator decision.
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