Deploying Business Desktops With Microsoft Windows Xp And Microsoft Office 2003

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Obiettivo del corso: This three-day instructor-led course will teach students how to quickly deploy Windows XP® Professional, and Office 2003 Editions, as well as other business and 3rd party applications to computers across an organization by using the guidelines provided by the Microsoft® Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard Edition.
Rivolto a: This course is intended for consultants who focus on the medium to large business (250 to 5,000 PCs).

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Via Matteo Pescatore 15, 10124, Torino, Italia
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Course Syllabus

Deploying Business Desktops with

Microsoft® Windows® XP and Microsoft® Office 2003

Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.

This three-day instructor-led course will teach students how to quickly deploy

Windows XP® Professional, and Office 2003 Editions, as well as other business and 3rd party applications to computers across an organization by using the guidelines provided by the Microsoft® Solution Accelerator for

Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard Edition.

Audience

This course is intended for consultants who focus on the medium to large business (250 to 5,000 PCs). This audience consists of IT Professionals that plan, build, and deploy desktops.

At Course Completion

After completing this course, students will be able to:

§ Describe the content and purpose of the Microsoft® Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard Edition and describe the tasks needed to deploy a business desktop solution.

§ Test and mitigate compatibility issues in high-priority applications by using the Application Compatibility

Toolkit.

§ Customize and use the User

State Migration Tool (USMT) to preserve user documents and settings when deploying a disk image to a desktop computer.

§ Configure security on a BDD disk image

§ Prepare and customize core applications, including Office 2003, for deployment as part of a BDD disk image.

§ Package supplemental applications for installation after disk-image deployment.

§ Perform basic tasks by using the Computer Imaging System.

§ Customize a disk image by using the Computer Imaging system.

§ Deploy disk images by using the

Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard Edition

Deployment Wizard.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:

§ At least six months experience supporting a Microsoft Windows network.

§ Knowledge of and experience with the following: o

Hardware device drivers (how they are typically distributed and packaged). o

Creating and modifying

Unattended answer files. o

Modifying the Windows registry. o

Active Directory, Group Policy

Objects, and the TCP/IP protocol suite.

§ Knowledge of the following: o

Basic Command Prompt batch scripting techniques. o

Creating boot disks. o

Microsoft Office 2003.

§ In addition, it is helpful to have knowledge of: o

VBScript and Windows Management

Infrastructure (WMI). o

Testing methodologies.

In addition, it is recommended, but not required, that students have completed:

§ Completed Course 2277,

Implementing, Managing, and Maintaining a Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Network

Infrastructure: Network Services, or have equivalent knowledge.

Student Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

Module 1: Business Desktop Deployment

In this module, students will learn about the usage and purpose of the Microsoft Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard

Edition, the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF) model and how it relates to

BDD, and the components of BDD Standard Edition.

Lessons

§ Introduction to the MicrosoftSolution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment

§ Overview of MSF and BusinessDesktop Deployment

§ Exploring Solution

Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment Standard Edition

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the usage and purpose of the Microsoft Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD)

Standard Edition.

§ Describe the Microsoft

Solutions Framework (MSF) model and how it relates to the Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment

§ Describe the components of Solution

Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Standard Edition Standard

Edition

Module 2: Identifying and Resolving Application Compatibility Issues

In this module, students will learn how to identify and prioritize the applications in use throughout an organization, plan an application compatibility testing strategy, identify and resolve application compatibility issues, develop and test solution, and package them for deployment.

Lessons

§ Overview of ApplicationCompatibility

§ Planning ApplicationCompatibility

§ Practice: Planning Application Compatibility

§ Generating an ApplicationInventory

§ Practice: Collecting an Application Inventory

§ Testing Applications

§ Practice: Testing an Application by Using ApplicationVerifier

§ Packaging ApplicationCompatibility Fixes

§ Practice: Packaging Application Compatibility Fixes

§ Additional Compatibility

Tools

Lab: Building

Application Compatibility Fixes

§ Collecting an Inventory

§ Testing Applications

§ Packaging Fixes

§ Testing Compatibility Fixes

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Identify application compatibility tasks and checkpoints

§ Identify the planning tasks that must be completed for application compatibility

§ Collect an inventory of applications on a network

§ Describe the process of testing applications for compatibility

§ Package application compatibility fixes by using the Compatibility Administrator tool

§ Identify additional tools that are available for handling application compatibility issues

Module 3: Migrating User Documents and Settings

In this module, students will learn about the user state migration process, how to plan user state migration, how to migrate user documents and settings by using the User State Migration Tool (USMT), and how to customize

USMT control files and integrate those control files into a BDD disk image.

Lessons

§ User State Migration Overview

§ Planning User State Migration

§ Saving and Restoring UserData

§ Practice: Saving and Restoring User Data

§ USMT Best PracticesLab: Building andTesting USMT and .INF Files

§ Creating a Migration INF File

§ Testing Migration INF Files

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the user state migration process

§ Identify the decisions that must be made when planning user state migration

§ Save user data by using the

Scanstate component of the USMT and restore user data by using the Loadstate component of the USMT

§ Apply best practices for using

USMT to migrate user state data

Module 4: Configuring SecurityIn this module, students will learn how to configure security on a

BDD disk image. This module does not treat security comprehensively, as it only addresses issues specific to the disk image. However, this module briefly describes other tools and technologies that Microsoft provides for securing the desktop.

Lessons

§ Introduction to BusinessDesktop Deployment Security

§ Planning Security

§ Practice: Planning Security

§ Developing a SecurityConfiguration

§ Practice: Examining the Configuration Files

§ Customizing SecurityTemplates

§ Practice: Using the Security Configuration TemplateEditor

§ Configuring Windows Firewall

§ Practice: Configuring Windows Firewall by Using Group

Policy

Lab: Customizing

Template Files for a Disk Image

§ Copying an Existing SecurityTemplate

§ Customizing the SecurityTemplates

§ Customizing the Batch Scripts

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for implementing security for BDD

§ Plan how to implement security for the disk image

§ Develop a security configuration for BDD disk images

§ Customize security templates

§ Customize Windows Firewall

Module 5: Packaging Core Applications and Office 2003

In this module, students will learn how to prepare and customize core applications, including Office 2003, for deployment as part of a BDD disk image

Lessons

§ Introduction to CoreApplications and Office 2003 Deployment

§ Planning Core Applications

§ Practice:Planning Core Applications

§ Creating a Distribution Point

§ Practice:Creating a Distribution Point

§ Building Transform Files

§ Practice: Building Transform Files

§ Customizing Setup.ini

§ Practice: CustomizingSetup.ini

§ Installing and Testing Office 2003

Lab: Building a Customized Distribution Point for

Office 2003

§ Creating a Local InstallationSource

§ Creating a Transform

§ Customizing Setup.ini

§ Testing the Customized

Package

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for core applications and Office 2003 deployment

§ Plan the packaging of core applications in a disk image

§ Build an Office 2003 distribution point

§ Create a transform file for customizing the installation of Office 2003 Editions

§ Customize Setup.ini to link

Office to the transform

§ Install a customized Office 2003 package

Module 6: Packaging Supplemental Applications

In this module, students will learn how to package supplemental applications for installation after disk-image deployment. Methods include scripting and repackaging.

Lessons

§ Introduction to SupplementalApplications

§ Planning Supplemental Applications

§ Practice: PlanningSupplemental Applications

§ Overview of InstallationTechnologies

§ Automating Windows InstallerApplications

§ Practice: Automating WindowsInstaller Applications

§ Automating InstallShieldPackages

§ Automating Installations byUsing ScriptIt

§ Practice: AutomatingInstallations by Using ScriptIt

§ Repackaging Applications

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for supplemental applications deployment

§ Plan the packaging of supplemental applications for installation

§ Identify installation technologies and capabilities for automating installations

§ Automate applications that use

Windows Installer

§ Record and apply InstallShield response files

§ Use ScriptIt to automate an installation

§ Use VBScript to automate installations

§ Describe the limitations, tools, and process for repackaging applications into Windows Installer packages

Module 7: Computer Imaging System Basics

In this module, students will learn how to plan a basic disk image, install and configure the Computer Imaging System, create a basic disk image and capture a basic disk image to an image file.

Lessons

§ Introduction to ComputerImaging

§ Planning a Basic Disk Image

§ Practice: Planning a BasicDisk Image

§ Installing a Build Server

§ Practice: Creating a Build Server

§ Configuring the Build Server

§ Practice: Configuring theBuild Server

§ Creating a Basic Disk Image

§ Practice: Creating a Basic

Disk Image

Lab: Developing a Basic Disk Image

§ Installing the ComputerImaging System

§ Installing the Windows XPMedia

§ Installing the Windows PEMedia

§ Creating a Basic Build

§ Creating a Windows PE CompactDisc

§ Installing the Build

§ Copying the Disk Image

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for deploying computer images

§ Identify the types of decisions that must be made when planning a basic disk image

§ Install and configure the

Computer Imaging System

§ Configure the Build Server by using the Computer Imaging System wizard

§ Create and capture a basic disk image

Module 8: Customizing a Disk Image

In this module, students will learn how to plan a custom disk image, customize Windows PE, add custom actions to a build, brand a disk image, and add deliverables from other teams to the image.

Lessons

§ Introduction to Disk ImageCustomization

§ Planning a Custom Disk Image

§ Practice: Planning a CustomDisk Image

§ Customizing Windows PE

§ Customizing Actions

§ Practice: Customizing Actions

§ Branding a Disk Image

§ Practice: Branding a DiskImage

§ Integrating Other TeamDeliverables

§ Practice: Integrating Other

Team Deliverables

Lab: Developing a

Customized Disk Image

§ Customizing the Build

§ Installing the Build

§ Copying the Disk Image

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for customizing a disk image

§ Plan a custom disk image

§ Customize Windows PE.

§ Add custom actions to a build

§ Add branding information to a disk image

§ Add deliverables from other teams to the image

Module 9: Deploying Disk Images

In this module, students will learn how to plan disk image deployment, install and configure the deployment servers, and run the

Deployment wizard at each desktop computer to deploy a disk image.

Lessons

§ Introduction to Disk ImageDeployment

§ Planning Disk ImageDeployment

§ Practice: Planning Disk ImageDeployment

§ Installing the Servers

§ Practice: Installing the Deployment Server

§ Deploying Images by Using theDeployment Wizard

§ Practice: Deploying Images byUsing the Deployment Wizard

§ Transitioning to Operations

Lab: Deploying a

Customized Disk Image

§ Creating Deployment ServerFiles and Folders

§ Creating Application ServerFiles and Folders

§ Creating Data Server Files and Folders

§ Installing and ConfiguringRIS for Windows PE

§ Installing the Disk Image

§ Completing the Installation

After completing this module, students will be able to:

§ Describe the process and tasks for deploying a disk image

§ Plan disk image deployment

§ Install and configure the servers that are required for desktop deployment

§ Deploy a disk image by running the Deployment wizard at each desktop

§ Describe the process of transitioning to Operations

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