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  1. First Look Clinic Overview of Windows 8 By Ragowo Riantory, S.Kom, MCP

  2. Module Overview • Introducing Windows 8 Planning to Implement Windows 8

  3. Lesson 1: Introducing Windows 8 • New Features of Windows 8 Demonstration: Using the New User Interface

  4. New Features of Windows 8 Windows 8 represents the largest change in the Windows operating system since Windows 95 Key new features: • Start Screen • Cloud integration • Reset and Refresh your PC • Windows To Go • Remote Desktop Services • Client Hyper-V • Support for multiple processor architectures

  5. Demonstration: Using the New User Interface In this demonstration, you will see how to: • Use keyboard shortcuts • Access Apps • Perform searches • Use Task Manager and Windows Explorer • Use Internet Explorer 10

  6. Lesson 2: Planning to Implement Windows 8 • Windows 8 Editions Windows 8 Hardware Requirements Upgrade Paths • Windows Store

  7. Windows 8 Editions Windows 8 comes in three editions: • Windows 8 • Windows 8 Pro • Windows Enterprise

  8. Windows 8 Hardware Requirements Windows 8 minimum recommended hardware requirements: • 1 GHz or faster processor • 1 GB RAM (32-bit) or 2 GB RAM (64-bit) • 16 GB available hard disk space (32-bit) or 20 GB (64-bit) • DirectX 9 graphics device with WDDM 1.0 or higher driver • Windows 8 feature-specific requirements: • UEFI-based BIOS for secured boot process • 64-bit processor with second level addresstranslation support • TPM for full BitLocker support

  9. Upgrade Paths

  10. What Is the Windows Store? The Windows Store provides a convenient, single location for users to access and download apps

  11. Lesson 3: Windows 8 Storage • BitLocker and BitLocker To Go Optional: What Is SkyDrive? Optional: Configuring SkyDrive Data Recovery in Windows 8 Demonstration: Recovering Files in Windows 8

  12. BitLocker and BitLocker To Go • Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption encrypts the computer operating system and data stored on the operating system volume • Provides offline data protection • Protects all other applications installed on the encrypted volume • Includes system integrity verification • Verifies integrity of early boot components and boot configuration data • Ensures the integrity of the startup process

  13. Optional: What Is SkyDrive? SkyDrive is a Microsoft file-hosting service that allows users to upload, sync, and share files on the Internet

  14. Optional: Configuring SkyDrive

  15. Data Recovery in Windows 8 • Windows 8 provides two file recovery tools: • File History • Windows 7 File Recovery

  16. Demonstration: Recovering Files in Windows 8 • In this demonstration, you will see how to prepare your Windows 8 computer to enable file recovery

  17. Lesson 4: Windows To Go • What Is Windows To Go? Building a Windows To Go Workspace

  18. What Is Windows To Go? Windows To Go enables users to boot a self-contained copy of Windows 8 from a USB storage device Windows To Go considerations: • Hibernate and sleep are disabled by default • Internal disks are offline • TPM is not used • Windows Recovery Environment is not available • Push Button Reset is not available • Create Windows To Go in Windows 8 Enterprise only

  19. Building a Windows To Go Workspace To create a Windows to Go workspace, complete the following high-level steps: • Insert USB drive • Verify WIM file location • Launch Windows To Go Creator Wizard • Select your USB drive • Select the .WIM image • Optionally, encrypt the USB drive with BitLocker • Wait for the creation process to complete, which could take up to 30 minutes

  20. Lesson 5: Management Improvements • What Is Windows Intune? Refresh and Reset Demonstration: Using Refresh your PC

  21. What Is Windows Intune? Windows Intune provides you with tools to manage the following: • Software updates • Application deployment • Hardware and Software inventory • Endpoint protection • Remote Assistance • Mobile Device Management • Software Licensing • Firewall Policy

  22. Refresh and Reset Windows RE provides access to two new recovery tools: • Refresh your PC • Reset your PC

  23. Demonstration: Using Refresh your PC In this demonstration, you will see how to launch Refresh your PC

  24. Lesson 6: Client-Side Virtualization • What Is Client Hyper-V? Hyper-V Requirements Scenarios for Using Client Hyper-V Demonstration: Optional: Using Hyper-V in Windows 8

  25. What Is Client Hyper-V? Hardware and software requirements: Management Tools: Client Hyper-V is a feature that enables virtualization within the Windows 8 environment • Windows 8 64-bit version • Second Level Address Translation (SLAT) supported • 4 GB RAM • Hyper-V Manager • Hyper-V Virtual Machine Connection tool • Hyper-V Module for Windows PowerShell

  26. Hyper-V Requirements In order to implement Hyper-V on Windows 8, your computer must meet the following requirements: • Memory • Storage • Processor • Windows 8 Enterprise or Professional

  27. Scenarios for Using Client Hyper-V Scenarios for using Client Hyper-V can include: • Using self-contained, multinode test labs • Testing Windows versions • Troubleshooting production Hyper-V virtual machines • Working with existing production Hyper-V files by using familiar tools • Creating isolated networks for testing • Loading VHDs from a USB drive for mobility • Using preconfigured trial VHDs from Microsoft for trial-testing a potential new application

  28. Demonstration: Optional: Using Hyper-V in Windows 8 In this demonstration, you will see how to create and manage virtual machines in Windows 8

  29. Course Evaluation