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SESSION CODE: VIR305. Mikael Nystrom Senior Executive Consultant TrueSec. Hyper-V server deployment - Using the right tools. About the Speaker (me). Lives in Sweden Travel a lot… Works with OS Deployment, Virtualization and related Microsoft based Infrastructure Works as

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Hyper v server deployment using the right tools

SESSION CODE: VIR305

Mikael Nystrom

Senior Executive Consultant

TrueSec

Hyper-V server deployment - Using the right tools

(c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.


About the speaker me

About the Speaker (me)

(c) 2011 Microsoft. All rights reserved.

  • Lives in Sweden

    • Travel a lot…

  • Works with

    • OS Deployment, Virtualization and related Microsoft based Infrastructure

  • Works as

    • Consultant, Trainer, Speaker

  • MVP, STEP and MCT


Agenda

Agenda

  • Deploy Windows Server 2008 R2 with MDT 2010

  • Answer files and Task Sequences

  • Customizing the Lite Touch Environments

  • Hardware detection and driver injection

  • Pre- and Post-configuration actions

    • Array and BIOS config (WinPE)

    • Support and Management Apps

    • Server Roles


What is mdt 2010

What is MDT 2010?

Manual Deployment

High cost

Fully Automated Low cost

End-to-end guidance, best practices, and tools for efficient planning, building, and deploying Windows

Based on real-world experience and industry best practices


Lite touch scenarios

Lite Touch Scenarios

Deployment without management infrastructure

Manually initiated

Uses network share, Windows Deployment Services, CD/DVD, or USB

Refresh, upgrade, replace, new computer


Lite touch deployment

Lite Touch Deployment

demo


Customizing lite touch

Customizing Lite Touch

  • Rules (Customsettings.ini) controls the deployment

  • Configuring the Sequence for Hyper-V Hosts

  • BIOS and Array Configuration

    • Using Vendor Toolkits


Customizing lite touch1

Customizing Lite Touch

demo


Lite touch automation

Lite Touch Automation

  • The MDT Database

    • SQL 2008 R2 or SQL Server 2008 R2 Express recommended

    • MDT by default is using Named Pipes

    • Create a Security Login


Lite touch automation1

Lite Touch Automation

demo


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Hyper v server deployment using the right tools

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