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WCL308 Migrate XP to Windows 7 Without Loosing any User or Application Settings. Rhonda Layfield Sr Consultant / Trainer Deployment Done Right. Maintain users data and settings Maintain application settings. Migrate XP to Windows 7. XP Migration “Refresh” Scenario.

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wcl308 migrate xp to windows 7 without loosing any user or application settings

WCL308 Migrate XP to Windows 7 Without Loosing any User or Application Settings

Rhonda Layfield

Sr Consultant / Trainer

Deployment Done Right

xp migration refresh scenario
XP Migration “Refresh” Scenario

Gather Application Information

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Configure MDT Application Information

2

Begin MDT Deployment Wizard

3

Get list of Applications Configured

4

XP SP2/SP3

USMT Gathers User and Application Settings (local store)

6

MDT 2010 U1 Deployment Server

List & Registry Scan = New list

“Pre Selected”

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xp migration refresh scenario5
XP Migration “Refresh” Scenario

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Boots to WinPE - Win 7 is Installed

USMT Applies User and Application Settings (local store)

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Applications are Installed from MDT DS

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Windows 7

XP SP2/SP3

MDT 2010 U1 Deployment Server

gather application information

Log on as a standard user for read only mode

HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall

Gather Application Information

1

  • Uninstall key name
gather application information7

.Exe’s are easy – the application name is obvious

.Msi’s are displayed as GUID’s – look for the DisplayName

Gather Application Information

1

.MSI

.EXE

copy key name to notepad
Copy Key Name to Notepad

Gather Application Information

1

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HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{FC7BACF0-1FFA-4605-B3B4-A66AB382752D}HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{FC7BACF0-1FFA-4605-B3B4-A66AB382752D}

This is the piece you want:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\{FC7BACF0-1FFA-4605-B3B4-A66AB382752D}

If your doing a lot of applications at one time:

XMLNotepad = {FC7BACF0-1FFA-4605-B3B4-A66AB382752D}

NetMon 3.3 = {365C5A10-6561-454F-B975-56EA878D0A06}

Office 2007 = {90120000-002A-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}

Gather Application Information

1

configure mdt application information
Performed on the deployment server

Within the deployment workbench

Add an application

Open the properties of the application

On the Details tab

Input the Uninstall registry key name

Configure MDT Application Information

2

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Create the script that will search for applications

Create LTIAppDetect.vbs script

Copy and paste the contents from Michael’s blog http://blogs.technet.com/mniehaus/default.aspx?p=2

or download LTIAppDetect.vbs from http://www.deploymentdr.com/Download.html

Copy the LTIAppDetect.vbs script into your deployment share’s Scripts folder

Configure MDT Application Information

2

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Configure MDT to look for applications - edit the properties of your deployment share

From within the Deployment Workbench / Properties of your deployment share / Rules tab

[Settings]

Priority=Default

Properties=MyCustomProperty

[Default]

OSInstall=Y

SkipAppsOnUpgrade=YES

SkipCapture=YES

SkipAdminPassword=NO

SkipProductKey=YES

Configure MDT Application Information

2

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Add LTIAppDetect.vbs

[Settings]

Priority=Default

Properties=MyCustomProperty

[Default]

UserExit=LTIAppDetect.vbs

OSInstall=Y

SkipAppsOnUpgrade=YES

SkipCapture=YES

SkipAdminPassword=NO

SkipProductKey=YES

Configure MDT Application Information

2

begin mdt deployment wizard

Launch LiteTouch.vbs from the XP workstation

Map a drive to your deployment server:

Net use P: \\ServerName\DeploymentShareName\Scripts

Deployment server = DeploySrv

Deployment share = DeploymentShare$

Net use P: \\Deploysrv\DeploymentShare$\Scripts

Then from the P: drive double click on LiteTouch.vbs

OR

Start / Run /

Begin MDT Deployment Wizard

3

steps 4 and 5 you won t see these
Get a list of Applications Configured

These are the applications you configured on the deployment server in the deployment workbench

List & Registry Scan = New list “Pre Selected”

The list of configured applications on the deployment server and the list of applications from the XP registry are compared to create a third list

The third list is the list of applications displayed as pre selected during the deployment process

Steps 4 and 5 – You won’t see these

4

5

usmt gathers user and application settings

User State Migration Tool V4.0 gathers existing user data, settings and application settings

This is called “Users State”

User State is stored locally

scanstate.exe C:\MININT\StateStore /v:5 /o /c /hardlink /nocompress /efs:hardlink /i:C:\MININT\USMT\MigApp.xml /i:C:\MININT\USMT\MigDocs.xml /l:C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\USMTcapture.log /progress:C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\USMTcapture.prg

USMT Gathers User and Application Settings

6

steps 7 and 8 task sequence performs these
Boots to WinPE - Windows 7 is Installed

Windows 7 is installed

Applications are Installed from MDT Deployment Share

Applications selected from the “Select one or more applications to install” page (Windows Deployment Wizard) are installed

Steps 7 and 8 – Task Sequence Performs These:

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8

usmt applies locally stored settings

USMT applies previously gathered user data, settings and application settings

loadstate.exe /v:5 /c /lac /hardlink /nocompress /i:C:\MININT\USMT\MigApp.xml /i:C:\MININT\USMT\Migdocs.xml /l:C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\USMTrestore.log C:\MININT\StateStore /progress:C:\MININT\SMSOSD\OSDLOGS\USMTrestore.prg

USMT Applies Locally Stored Settings

9

make applications mandatory

If you don’t want a person to be able to de-select an application during deployment…

Edit LTIAppDetect.vbs script

Set oApplications = oEnvironment.ListItem("Applications")

To:

Set oApplications = oEnvironment.ListItem("MandatoryApplications")

Make Applications Mandatory
clean up active directory users and computers

If you rename your newly migrated machine the old name still exists in AD

So, you might want to clean that up by deleting the old machine name

Clean Up Active Directory Users and Computers
xp migration replace scenario
XP Migration “Replace” Scenario

Boots to WinPE - Win 7 is Installed

4

USMT Applies User and Application Settings (stored on MDT server)

Add applications to DW

1

Applications are Installed from MDT DS

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5

2

Begin MDT Deployment Wizard

XP SP2/SP3

Windows 7

USMT Gathers User and Application Settings (stored on MDT server)

3

MDT 2010 U1 Deployment Server

replace scenario steps
New Hardware

Store users state on a server (not locally)

Need a new task sequence created

Use the “Standard Client Replace Task Sequence” template

Start from XP

Choose the Standard Client Replace TS

Users state is captured

Machine boots to Winpe

Successful user state stored – Finish

Boot the new machine using MDT WinPE

Restore user data, settings and application settings

Replace Scenario Steps
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