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What's New in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012. Michael Niehaus Senior Program Manager Microsoft Corporation. Thank You!. MDT 2010 Update 1 has been extremely successful! Unprecedented popularity, with over 500,000 downloads

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what s new in microsoft deployment toolkit 2012

What's New in Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012

Michael Niehaus

Senior Program Manager

Microsoft Corporation

thank you
Thank You!
  • MDT 2010 Update 1 has been extremely successful!
    • Unprecedented popularity, with over 500,000 downloads
    • Significant progress on standardizing the Windows deployment process:
      • Automated image creation
      • Fewer and smaller images
      • Simple and dynamic deployment processes
  • We remain committed to adding new features and capabilities
    • We listen to your problems and needs
    • A never-ending process…

Microsoft®

Deployment

Toolkit

mdt 2012 new features
MDT 2012New Features

Lite Touch Installation

Zero Touch Installation

  • Something for all MDT customers, regardless of scenario
  • Simple upgrade process, as with previous versions
  • Major themes:
    • Working with System Center 2012
    • Deploying Windows 8
    • Integrating new tools, products, and capabilities
    • Making deployments easier and prettier

User Driven Installation

mdt 2012 new features1
MDT 2012New Features
  • New monitoring capabilities
  • New integrations
    • Integration of the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolkit (DaRT)
    • Security Compliance Manager (SCM)
    • Windows Recovery Environment (WinRE)
  • New deployment support
    • Deploy to VHD
    • Deployment to UEFI computers
    • Windows Thin PC and POSReady 7
  • Improved System Center-style client wizards
  • PowerShell in the task sequence
  • Windows 8 and ADK support
  • Many behind-the-scenes improvements
    • Partitioning, user state migration, progress displays, cross-platform deployments, improved clean-up logic, simpler VM template creation

Lite Touch Installation

mdt 2012 new features2
MDT 2012New Features
  • Support for Configuration Manager 2012
    • Integration with new console
    • Install applications with new application model
    • Configure user-device affinity
    • New pre-execution command support
    • Continued support for Configuration Manager 2007 too
  • PowerShell in the task sequence
  • Many behind-the-scenes improvements
    • Partitioning, user state migration, progress displays, preparations for Windows 8 and ADK

Zero Touch Installation

mdt 2012 new features3
MDT 2012New Features
  • 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
  • PowerShell in the task sequence
  • Many behind-the-scenes improvements:
    • Partitioning, user state migration, progress displays, preparations for Windows 8 and ADK

User Driven Installation

mdt 2012 update 1 new features
MDT 2012 Update 1New Features

Lite Touch Installation

Zero Touch Installation

  • System Center Orchestrator Integration
  • Additional Windows 8 support
    • DaRT 8 Beta
    • Roles and Features
    • UEFI 2.3.1
    • PowerShell 3.0
    • VHD deployment improvements
  • User Driven Installation enhancements
    • Build your own pages
  • System Center Configuration Manager monitoring

User Driven Installation

mdt 2012 call to action
MDT 2012Call to action

Lite Touch Installation

Zero Touch Installation

  • Download MDT 2012 today!
    • http://www.microsoft.com/mdt
  • Try out the MDT 2012 Update 1 Beta
    • Due this month
    • Submit feedback (bugs, suggestions, etc.)
    • http://connect.microsoft.com
  • Participate in the community!
    • MDTOSD mailing list through http://www.myitforum.com
    • TechNet Forums

User Driven Installation

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