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AATECH 2011 PM Windows 7 and Office 2010 Roll-out. Robert Jackson Academic Affairs Technology (revised 03/24/2011). Purpose. Windows 7 Microsoft ceased mainstream support for XP in 2009 and currently only provides extended support into 2014.

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Aatech 2011 pm windows 7 and office 2010 roll out

AATECH 2011 PMWindows 7 and Office 2010Roll-out

Robert Jackson

Academic Affairs Technology

(revised 03/24/2011)


Purpose

Purpose

  • Windows 7

    • Microsoft ceased mainstream support for XP in 2009 and currently only provides extended support into 2014.

    • AATECH skipped the Vista upgrade due to outdated equipment in customer areas and available support remaining in the XP life cycle.

    • Vendors no longer sell XP and developers will begin phasing out their support for it (e.g., drivers, applications, etc).


Purpose continued

Purpose continued

  • Office 2010

    • End of mainstream support for Office 2007 is 2012. Unknown whether extended support through 2017 will be available.

    • User interface differences between Office 2007 and Office 2010 are minimal.

    • Can use “Save & Send” to create PDF files (e.g., in Word, Excel, Powerpoint, etc.).


Important notice

Important Notice

  • Computers will be completely erased during this process.

  • All data that is not copied or removed from the computers will be lost.


Project overview

Project Overview

  • Phase 1: Pre-Assess computers

  • Phase 2: Prepare computers

  • Phase 3: Migrate and follow-up


Phase 1

Phase 1

  • Pre-Assess computers

    • Visit each workstation

    • Obtain information about users, data, software, printers, and other devices

    • Collect user and group information


Phase 2

Phase 2

  • Prepare computer

    • Collect Ghost software inventory information

    • Assist user with migrating work-related data to servers

    • Assist user with removing personal data from computers

    • Confirm customer has all required CD’s for any special software installation

    • Disable remote desktop


Phase 3

Phase 3

  • Perform migration

    • Confirm user has relocated or copied data

    • Make snapshot of user profiles from computer

    • Perform migration

    • Reinstall special software

    • Follow-up with customer to complete migration

    • Enable remote desktop


Project leaders

Project Leaders


Questions comments

Questions / Comments

Robert Jackson, Director

Academic Affairs Technology

901.678.5103

[email protected]


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