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BDD 2007 for Vista. Anders Björling Senior Consultant Microsoft. Mathias Carlberg Infrastructure Architect Microsoft. Agenda. BDD – Overview BDD 2007 – Computer Imaging System BDD 2007 - Light Touch Deployment Demo BDD 2007 - Zero Touch Deployment BDD Roadmap. BDD – Overview.
BDD 2007 for VistaAnders BjörlingSenior ConsultantMicrosoftMathias CarlbergInfrastructure ArchitectMicrosoftAgendaBDD – OverviewBDD 2007 – Computer Imaging SystemBDD 2007 - Light Touch DeploymentDemoBDD 2007 - Zero Touch DeploymentBDD RoadmapBDD – OverviewMathias CarlbergInfrastructure ArchitectMicrosoftWhat is The Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment?End-to-end guidance, best practices, and tools for efficient planning, building, and deploying Windows and Microsoft OfficeBased on real-world experience and industry best practicesIncrease automationDecrease costsManual Deployment $500 - $1000 per PC Light Touch ~ $350 per PCZero Touch Less than $100 per PCBDD TodayMicrosoftOfficeBDD 2007 Focus AreasSimplify and streamlineReduce documentationSeparate guidance and methodology from tools |and reference materialMore automation, wizards, and checklistsShared components for all scenariosIntegrate SCCM 2007 task sequencerUse all the Windows Vista deployment toolsSome even for Windows XPUpdate guidanceChanges for Windows Vista, 2007 Office system, and the new toolsBDD 2007 Deployment ScenariosLite TouchDeployment without management infrastructureManually initiatedUses network share, Windows Deployment Services, CD/DVD, or USBRefresh, upgrade, replace, new computerComplete rewrite from BDD 2.5Zero TouchUses SMS 2003 OS Deployment Feature PackScheduled via Systems Management Server (SMS) and completely automatedCentrally monitored with Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 Management PackRefresh, replace, new computerBDD 2007 New FeaturesMicrosoft Management Console (MMC) 3.0-based management consoleReplaces HTA application from BDD 2.5Improved driver managementFor Windows PE, Windows Vista, and Windows XPManage a driver storeInject drivers based on PnP ID (copy only needed drivers)Multi-language supportInstallation of MUI language packsConfiguring locale settingsBDD 2007 New FeaturesTask sequence-basedUses technology from System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007, but does not require SCCMAllows for greater configuration flexibilityComputer imaging processes uses Lite Touch deployment processAutomate the installation, Sysprep, and captureBackup capabilityBDD 2007 – Computer Imaging SystemAnders BjörlingSenior ConsultantMicrosoftConfiguring BDD for First UseImporting the Windows Vista DVDSelect NewEnter the destination directory name to be usedOnce the import has been completed the D:\Distribution\Operating Systems folder will contain the imported Windows Vista DVDCreate a Windows Vista BuildSelect NewSpecify organisation, product key and computer administrator password informationSpecify the Windows Vista version to be used for this build, in this case Windows Vista UltimateThis information will be added to the BDD Workbench under the Builds containerIt is now possible to modify the build configuration informationThe Settings tab allows the organisation and product key information for the build to be modifiedAdding a Deploy Configuration to BDDSelect the New optionOn the next dialog enter a descriptive name for the deployment point, e.g. Windows BDD Deployment PointSelect Finish to complete the BDD Deployment Wizard. A new Deploy configuration will be shown under the Deploy folderExamine the General tab of the Deploy Properties dialogSelect the Rules tab (customsettings.ini)Right-click on the configuration and selecting UpdateA number boot images will have been created under the D:\Distribution\Boot folderWindows DS can now be used to initiate a Lite touch deployment by importing the LiteTouchPE_x86.wimBDD WorkbenchBDD Computer Imaging ProcessWindows VistaApplicationsDriversGather source filesBDD ServerConfigurebuildBDD Workbench MMCWindows System Image ManagerBuild Lab CD(Windows PE)BDD Workbench MMCPEIMG (behind the scenes)Windows PE 2.0SETUP.EXEIMAGEX (WIMGAPI.DLL)InstallWindows VistaLabCDReference computer
  • SCCM 2007 task sequencer
  • Applications (maybe), settings
  • Sysprep
  • Executetask sequenceWindows VistaWindows PE 2.0IMAGEX (WIMGAPI.DLL)Capture imageLabCDBDD Computer Imaging ProcessWindows Vista offers more optionsHAL-independent imagesOffline servicing (drivers and security updates)Provided as a Sysprep image (staged)So, some may choose a shorter route*Windows VistaApplicationsDriversGather source filesBDD Workbench MMCWindows System Image ManagerConfigureUnattend.xml* Unless you want to include apps, or you want to use SMS OSDBDD 2007 – Light Touch DeploymentAnders BjörlingSenior ConsultantMicrosoftBDD Lite Touch ProcessGatherRule-basedUsing Zero Touch Installation technologiesPromptWizard-basedFill in missing values or override gathered valuesExecuteConsume gathered valuesPerform task sequence (SMSv4 Task Sequencer)BDD Lite Touch ProcessTask sequenceCaptureUser StateZTIUserState.wsfUSMT 3.0Old OSAnd more…ZTIBackup.wsfIMAGEX Back upcomputerWindows PEApplynew imageZTIApply.wsfSETUP.exeSMSv4 Task SequencerZTIConfigure.wsfUnattend.xmlZTIDrivers.wsfConfigureOSInstallApplicationsZTIApplications.wsfNew OSAnd more…RestoreUser StateZTIUserSTate.wsfUSMT 3.0BDD WizardsAllow administrators to customize the wizardProvide default answers to bypass some questionsEnable customizationHTML-basedSimplify localizationWindows Vista look-and-feelLite Touch DeploymentBDD 2007 – Zero Touch DeploymentAnders BjörlingMicrosoftZero Touch InstallationWhat is it?A component of BDD 2007, updated from BDD 2.5Scripts, documentation, proceduresDesigned to extend the capabilities of the SMS 2003 OS Deployment Feature PackZero Touch InstallationWhat does it do?Extends scenarios OSD can supportComputer replacement OEM (separate white paper)Download and execute (separate white paper)Adds capabilitiesComplete automationDynamic data-driven deploymentsExtra features such as group membership migration, computer backup, etc.Zero Touch InstallationChanges in BDD 2007Restructured from one script into severalShared functions in ZTIUtility.vbs, included by all other scriptsSingle-purpose scriptsStitched together as part of a task sequenceExecuted by the task sequence engine from SCCM 2007, inside the OSD packageMore easily customizedZero Touch InstallationChanges in BDD 200780+% of the scripts are common between Zero Touch and Lite TouchTechnically, Lite Touch can be Zero Touch too…Databases, rules, etc. are possible with Lite TouchDatabase enhancementsBetter support for SQL 2005 named instancesSupport for different DB-LibsBDD Zero Touch ProcessSequence of admin eventsCreate OSD PkgConfigure OSD packageSMS Site ServerConfigure OSDInstall OSDCreate Capture CDBDD WorkbenchLite Touch buildBDD consoleDefine corporate imageTask SequencerBoot and capture using OSD Capture CDBoot and captureReference ComputerCreate collectionsSend advertisementsSMS Site ServerTarget and deployDeploy new image using OSDSMS client processes advertisementReceive PE and OS WIMsBackup User stateInstall OS and applicationsRestore user stateTask SequencerTarget computersAnd more…Zero Touch InstallationHow does it work?Rules engine gathers informationZTIGather.wsfData repositories store configurationCustomSettings.iniDatabase(s)Gathers information from the local machineIP, MAC, GW, NameAsset tag, serialGathers settings based on rules and DB lookupsDynamic appsSettingsGroupsZero Touch InstallationHow does it work?Task sequence consumes gathered information to drive the processConditions on task sequence groups and steps based on properties gatheredScripts consume gathered valuesBDD RoadmapMathias CarlbergInfrastructure ArchitectMicrosoftBDD RoadmapTodayQ32006Q420062007BDD 2007 beta releaseWindows Vista Beta 2SCCM 2007 Task Sequencer integrationWindows Vista onlyIncludes 2007 Office system support and guidanceBDD 2007 beta releaseWindows Vista RC1Complete guidance for 2007 Office systemWindows XP support addedZero Touch added (OSD Update)Full Windows DS supportBDD 2007 releaseWindows Vista RTM2007 Office system RTMOSD Update RTMWindows DS RTMBDD 2007 updatedSupport for SMSv4BDLMThe FutureBusiness Desktop Lifecycle Management© 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
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