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  1. Introduction to the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 Howard Carter – Senior Consultant Hcarter@microsoft.com Reggie Gibson – Consultant Reggie.Gibson@microsoft.com

  2. Agenda • Power Point • Review the MDT 2012 Timeline • What’s been removed • Discuss new Lite-Touch Features • Discuss new Zero-Touch Features • Discuss new User Driven Installation (UDI) features • Demos! • Deployment Monitoring • DaRT integration with MDT • WinRE integration with MDT (using ADK) • UDI Designer

  3. Getting to Know You! • Who has started deploying Windows 7? Finished? • Do you have one/few/many “standard images”? • Who is using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit today? • Who is using Configuration Manager today? • What tools are you using to build and deploy images? • Have you downloaded the Windows 8 Consumer Preview?

  4. MDT 2012Schedule • MDT 2012 RC 1 with Windows 8 Consumer Preview • MDT 2012 RTW after System Center 2012 GA

  5. Removed & Upgrade Path • Removed Support for the Following: • SCCM 2012 Beta, RC1 • SCCM 2007 R2, R1 • Installation of Server 2003 • Installation of Windows Vista • Installation of Windows XP • WDS servers on 2003 • OEM Task Sequences • Upgrade Paths • MDT 2010 Update 1 • MDT 2010 RTW • MDT 2008 Update 1

  6. MDT 2012New Features • Something for all MDT customers, regardless of scenario: • Simple upgrade process, as with previous versions

  7. Lite Touch Installation • New deployment support: • Deploy to VHD • Deployment to UEFI computers • Monitoring • New Integrations: • Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolkit (DaRT) • Security Compliance Manager • Windows Recovery Environment

  8. Lite Touch Installation • PowerShell in the task sequence • Windows 8 and ADK support • Improved System Center-style client wizards • Many behind-the-scenes improvements: • Partitioning • User state migration • Progress displays • Improved cleanup logic

  9. Lite-Touch Enhancements Monitoring Microsoft Diagnostics & Recovery Toolkit demo

  10. Zero Touch Installation • Support for Configuration Manager 2012 • Integration with new console • Install applications with new application model • Configure user-device affinity • New pre-start command support • Continued support for Configuration Manager 2007

  11. Windows Recovery Integration WinRE with WIN8 demo

  12. User-Driven Installation • Support for Configuration Manager 2012 • New extensible UDI Designer and Wizard: • Install applications with new application model • Configure user-device affinity • Enable BitLocker • New “replace” scenario • Localization capability • SDK documentation

  13. User Driven Enhancements User Driven Installation Wizard demo

  14. Session Takeaways • Session Objective(s): • Review MDT 2012 Timeline • Explore MDT 2012 New Features • MDT 2012 is for the System Center 2012 wave • MDT 2012 gets us ready for the Windows 8 wave

  15. Please don’t forget your evaluations … Speaker Blog: http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/ Email:Hcarter@microsoft.com& Reggie.Gibson@microsoft.com Need more information on DMVMUG Visit www.dmvmug.com or send a question to dmvmug@dmvmug.com Questions?