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1 Module 1: Installing Windows XP Professional

2 Overview Planning an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional Installing Windows XP Professional Upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP Transferring User Settings and Files by Using the USMT Performing Post-Installation Tasks

3 Lesson: Planning an Installation of Microsoft Windows XP Professional Checking System Requirements Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility Determining Disk Partitioning Options Choosing the Appropriate File System: FAT, FAT32, or the NTFS File System Deciding on a Workgroup or Domain Installation Completing a Pre-Installation Checklist

4 Memory CPU Display Other Drives Hard Disk Space Accessories Networking Checking System Requirements 64 MB RAM Required 128 MB RAM Recommended P2 233 MHz or Higher 2.0 GB VGA

5 Checking Hardware and Software Compatibility Check hardware compatibility at: Generate compatibility reports by running: The Winnt32 /checkupgradeonly utility

6 Create New Partition on Unpartitioned Hard Disk Create New Partition on Partitioned Hard Disk Install on Existing Partition Delete Existing Partition to Make Disk Space Available Determining Disk Partitioning Options

7 FAT/FAT32 Choosing the Appropriate File System: FAT, FAT32, or the NTFS File System File- and folder-level security File compression Disk quotas File encryption File- and folder-level security File compression Disk quotas File encryption Supports dual-boot configurations No file- and folder-level security Supports dual-boot configurations No file- and folder-level security NTFS Windows XP Professional Windows 98

8 Deciding on a Workgroup or Domain Installation Workgroup Single User Account Active Directory Domain SAM

9 Completing a Pre-Installation Checklist Verify that hardware meets minimum requirements Verify that hardware is supported Determine disk partitioning strategy Select file system for the Windows XP Professional partition Determine whether to install in a workgroup or domain

10 Lab A: Planning a Microsoft Windows XP Professional Installation Exercise 1: Determining That the Computer Meets the Minimum System Requirements

11 Lesson: Installing Windows XP Professional Installing Windows XP Professional from a Product CD Installing Windows XP Professional over a Network

12 Installing Windows XP Professional from a Product CD Installation Tasks Running the Setup Program Installing Network Components 3 3 Completing the Setup Wizard

13 Installing Windows XP Professional over a Network Connect to distribution server 3 3 Run the Setup program 4 4 Install Windows XP Professional 5 5 Enable network connectivity 2 2 Prepare client computer 1 1

14 Lab B: Installing Windows XP Professional (Simulation) Exercise 1: Simulation Instructions

15 Lesson: Upgrading to Microsoft Windows XP Identifying Upgrade Paths Preparing Your System Choosing an Installation Type Upgrading Computers Running Windows 98 Upgrading Computers Running Windows 2000 or Windows NT 4.0 SP 5 Installing Windows XP Professional in a Dual-Boot Configuration

16 Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP 5, and Windows 2000 Professional Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP 5, and Windows 2000 Professional Windows XP Professional Windows NT 4.0 Workstation SP 5 Windows NT 3.51 Windows XP Professional Windows 98 Windows 95 Windows XP Professional Identifying Upgrade Paths

17 Preparing Your System Determine hardware and software compatibility Install hardware and software updates as necessary Back up files Scan for viruses Uncompress compressed drives Uninstall incompatible software

18 Choosing an Installation Type

19 Upgrading Computers Running Windows 98 Windows XP Professional Plan your installation Prepare your system Run the setup program to install Windows XP Professional Plan your installation Prepare your system Run the setup program to install Windows XP Professional Windows 98

20 Upgrading Computers Running Windows 2000 or Windows NT Workstation 4.0 SP 5 Windows 2000 Professional and Windows NT Workstation 4.0 Windows XP Professional Same registry Same application support Same device support Easiest upgrade to Windows XP Professional Same registry Same application support Same device support Easiest upgrade to Windows XP Professional

21 Installing Windows XP Professional in a Dual-Boot Configuration Windows XP Professional Windows 98

22 Lesson: Transferring User Settings and Files by Using the USMT Settings, Folders, and File Types Transferred by Default Transferring a User State by Using the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard Transferring a User State by Using Command-Line Tools Changing Transferred Files or Settings by Modifying the.inf Files

23 Settings, Folders, and File Types Transferred by Default Settings Transferred by Default Folders Transferred by Default File Types Transferred by Default

24 On the destination computer, complete the FAST Wizard to restore the user’s settings 3 3 On the Source Computer, log on as the migrating user, use the disk to run the Wizard, and store the user state on removable media or on a network share 2 2 Logon to the destination computer, open the FAST Wizard, and create a FAST Wizard Disk 1 1 Transferring a User State by Using the Files and Settings Transfer Wizard

25 Transferring a User State by Using Command-Line Tools Requirements for transferring a user state by using command-line tools include: A server to which the source and destination computers can gain access A source computer containing an account for the user’s state being transferred A destination computer running Windows XP Professional that does not contain a profile for the user whose state you will be transferring An account with administrative privileges on the destination computer The account name and password of the user whose settings and files are to be transferred A server to which the source and destination computers can gain access A source computer containing an account for the user’s state being transferred A destination computer running Windows XP Professional that does not contain a profile for the user whose state you will be transferring An account with administrative privileges on the destination computer The account name and password of the user whose settings and files are to be transferred

26 Changing Transferred Files or Settings by Modifying the.inf Files

27 Lab C: Transferring User Settings by Using the USMT Exercise 1: Migrating a User’s Settings and Files Exercise 2: Restoring User Settings and Files

28 Lesson: Performing Post-Installation Tasks Activating Windows XP Professional Troubleshooting Failed Installations

29 Activating Windows XP Professional

30 Troubleshooting Failed Installations CD errors Er ror Nonsupported CD-ROM drive Er ror Insufficient disk space Er ror Failure of dependency service to start Er ror Inability to connect to the domain controller Er ror Failure of Windows XP Professional to install or start Er ror


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