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2 Agenda Re-Cap: Partner Opportunity And Programs Windows Vista Deployment Overview And Goals Design Enhancements In Windows Vista Deployment Tools And Technologies Deployment Processes And Best Practices Partner Call To Action Questions And Feedback

3 Partner Opportunity Roadmap *Desktop engineering, deployment, operation

4 *Windows XP and Office 2003 Source: IDC (“Assessing The Partner Opportunity For Deploying Microsoft Windows XP And Office 2003” January 2005); Microsoft Analysis Training Security Support Integration Planning Desktop Services Opportunity 50 0 CY04CY06CY08 ($B) WW Desktop Deployment Market* (IDC) $42B $78B $23B $52B $81B $28B $63B $83B $33B Desktop Services PC Hardware WindowsOS/Apps $179B $160B CY04CY06CY $5B $8B $6B $9B $7B $10B ($B) $7B $2B $8B $2B $3B $10B $5B $2B CAGR: 5.7% CAGR: 9.0% Windows Vista/Office 12 Opportunity $143B

5 MSPP Competencies Information Worker (Desktop Deployment Specialization) Advanced Infrastructure Networking Infrastructure BDD Training Campaign Center Technical Support Marketing Templates Online Hands-On Labs Desktop Deployment Planning Services (DDPS) Desktop Service Partner Program (DSP) BDD Training Partner accreditation Deployment Planning Sessions (WW) BDD Training ADSs (U.S.) Windows Vista Technology Adoption Program (TAP) Sharing of product code Deployment training and documentation Co-marketing as early Windows Vista partners Current Partner Readiness On- Boarding Process

6 MSPP For Windows Vista And Office 12 BDD/App Compat courseware, exams and certification Campaign Center Technical Support Marketing Templates Post-launch DDPS training on Windows Vista and Office 12 for partners WW Partner accreditation Post-launch DSP training for U.S.- focused partners Advanced Desktop Deployment For Partners (ADDP) For Windows Vista And Office 12 Pre-launch on-site training on Windows Vista BDD and App Compat tools for qualifying partners On-demand online courseware for partners WW New Partner Readiness Programs Desktop Deployment Planning Services (DDPS) – “Wave II” Desktop Service Partner Program (DSP) – “Wave II”

7 September 2003 Developer engagement September 2003 Developer engagement April 2005 OEM and IHV engagement July 2005 Platform beta, IT engagement December 2005 Initial driver development Holiday 2006 Broad Availability Windows Vista Timeline PDC Beta 1 WinHEC Customer Technology Previews Ship February 2006 Initial platform and deployment testing April 2006 (Beta 2/RC0) End-user engagement

8 Windows Vista Value

9 Profile: Fortune 500 company with a global operation, approx. 75K PCs on Windows 2000, 19 images Major benefit drivers: Single image with Windows Vista, fewer OS vulnerabilities, service desk re-imaging, improved data management, improved standards compliance Windows Vista Deployment Costs Windows Vista TCO Benefits Licenses IT Labor Lost User Productivity Hardware Application Replacements Total $21.3M $9.0M (42.3%) $7.2M (33.9%) $3.1M (14.7%) $1.5M (7.2%) $0.4M (1.9%) Cost Per PC $284 ($250- $330) Per PC $24.8M (78.4%) $6.9M (21.6%) Total Savings Per Year $31.7M Annual Savings Per PC Direct: $92 Indirect: $332 Total: $423 ($385- $546) Per PC Direct Savings Per Year 3rd-party software IT operations Non-IT admin Indirect Savings Per Year End-user operations Downtime Early Windows Vista Customer Engagement: Example

10 Windows Vista Deployment Tools, Technologies And Best Practices Manu Namboodiri Windows Client PMG Microsoft Corporation

11 Agenda Re-Cap: Partner Opportunity And Programs Windows Vista Deployment Overview And Goals Design Enhancements In Windows Vista Deployment Tools And Technologies Deployment Processes And Best Practices Partner Call To Action Questions And Feedback

12 Customer Challenges Top issues we heard from customers Application compatibility and user state migration Cost, complexity and time needed to deploy desktops Lack of infrastructure and tools to enable smooth deployment Lack of best practices and implementation guidelines

13 Windows Vista Deployment Goals Better application compatibility Faster and more reliable deployment Reduce the number of images significantly Better servicing of images Integrated suite of tools Comprehensive best practices

14 How Do We Address These? Innovation and significant engineering investments in three key areas Operating System Deployment Tools Best Practices

15 Operating System

16 Windows Imaging System imaging is the standard best practice in deploying desktops Reduces cost, complexity and time while providing increased reliability Microsoft has some history with image based deployment RIS, ADS, XPe, SMS OSD Issue: formats and tools not compatible Introducing Windows Imaging Unifying, innovative imaging technologies with Windows Vista

17 Windows Imaging Design Goals Unify on a single format for Windows Deployment Platform architecture neutral, works across hardware platforms supported by Windows Operating system neutral Reduce disk space and bandwidth costs Enable non-destructive application of OS images Reduce engineering costs

18 Windows Imaging Four Major Components The imaging format The file structure that holds the image(s) Tools Tools such as Ximage to capture, edit the WIM files APIs APIs to enable tools to access the image Enabling technologies File system filters, boot filters etc.

19 Windows Imaging Deployment Design Innovations Modularization Add/remove optional components – drivers, patches, languages Image customization to certain degree Higher reliability Language independence Consistency across phases Single worldwide image Offline image servicing File based format – hardware independent Non-destructive upgrades Multiple images in one WIM file – space and complexity benefits Single instanced and compressed – small size Bootable, serviceable – flexibility Reduce the number of images!

20 Deployment Design Innovations Consolidated, single XML- based unattend file High performance, image-based setup File and registry redirection Component servicing Better, less error prone unattend Significant automation potential Faster and highly reliable installations Enable protected user accounts and retain legacy application compatibility Deterministic patching and updating; system integrity and dependency checking

21 Deployment Tools

22 Implementation ImplementationEngineeringPlanning Desktop Deployment Phases

23 Phase – Planning Planning scenario 1. Inventory software and applications 2. Analyze applications for compatibility; issue detection via web services 3. Compatibility fixes – mitigation 4. Decide on migration list – “whitelist” of data, settings 5. Create migration scripts; XML based 6. Test, test, test and then some more Application Compatibility Toolkit User State Migration Tool (USMT) Planning ENHANCED!

24 Phase – Engineering The Desktop Engineering scenario 1. Install deployment tools on engineering workstation 2. Insert Windows Vista OS media into drive 3. Load the OS image from the media 4. Create and edit XML unattend file 5. Add, remove optional components such as drivers, patches, languages using unattend 6. Update or set properties for all components 7. Working image for next steps Engineering NEW! System Image Manager

25 Phase – Engineering The Desktop Engineering scenario 8. Install working image on reference PC 9. Install core applications (like Microsoft Office), patches (non-OS), drivers (non-inf) 10. Capture the desktop volume into a WIM file and compress it 11. Add additional files or images offline 12. Copy the image to a distribution media or a network share for deployment Ximage Engineering NEW!

26 Desktop Engineering Tools Engineering Windows Imaging Modularization Create and edit unattend files in XML Add, modify, optional components – languages, service packs, drivers Apply unattend offline or online Fully scriptable via command line Single worldwide image Offline image servicing Utility to create and manage WIM images Mount and edit WIM files offline Capture desktop volume into a WIM file OS version agnostic Command line only Reduce the number of images! Ximage System Image Manager

27 Phase – Implementing Deployment Deployment scenario 1. Network (PXE) boot 2. Download the image from the network share 3. Install the WIM image via media or remotely based on instructions in unattend.xml 4. Boot into Windows Vista! Image based Setup (IBS) Windows Deployment Service (WDS) Implementation NEW!

28 Windows Deployment Services Replaces RIS for remote deployments Installed on Longhorn server, WS2003 Can install Windows Vista, XP, W2K, WS2003 systems Native support for WIM image formats Uses WinPE as the boot environment Customized as the WDS client WIM image with RAM Disk support Consolidated new PXE architecture Provider plug-ins to supplement core networking functionality

29 Enabling The Entire Deployment Cycle Windows PE Planning Application inventory Application analysis/testing Application compatibility mitigation Migration testing Migration scripts Engineering Build desktop image from modules Customize image Add drivers, languages, applications Capture image Prepare for rollout Tools ACT, USMT Tools Image Based Setup, Ximage, System Image Manager, Sysprep Tools Image Based Setup, USMT, WDS Implementation Install image onto desktops Migration/upgrade Remote deployments

30 Best Practices

31 Best Practices For Deployment Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) Best practices to enable desktop deployment Scripts, tools and documentation Consistent and repeatable methodology For enterprises and small businesses Available today for Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office System! BDD for Windows Vista enhancements Application compatibility enhancements End to end monitoring during/post deployment Mapping onto new Windows Vista deployment tools Security and hardening BDD is THE vehicle for Windows Vista and Office deployment

32 Summary Significant deployment innovations and investments in Windows Vista Imaging, modularization, performance.. Comprehensive suite of tools that address the complete deployment lifecycle Best practices and deployment guidance These will enable Windows Vista to Reduce the number of images Better service images – offline, etc. Increase speed and reliability of installation Retain application compatibility

33 Partner Call To Action – Windows Vista Deployment

34 © 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. This presentation is for informational purposes only. Microsoft makes no warranties, express or implied, in this summary.


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