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3 Support for write filter enabled devices in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 Why Maintenance Windows Matter Persistence Other Improvements in SP1 and SP1+ Questions and Feedback

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5 Updating the OEM embedded device/image Write Filters are used to help maintain embedded devices Embedded devices are widely varied vs. PCs/Servers Identifying Windows Embedded devices in ConfigMgr Embedded devices OS are customized vs. the homogeneous OS in PCs/Servers

6 Functionality Device Manager 2011 SP1 (For ConfigMgr 2007) ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 Software Distribution Software Updates Compliance Collections Device Imaging Legend Full support Partial support Not available

7 CM 2012 SP1 capabilities extended Thin Clients POS Digital Signage Kiosks Thin PCs Manage additional devices Additional software not required

8 Thin Clients POS / Kiosk Digital Signage Repurpose d PC Windows XP Embedded Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Windows Embedded Standard 7 Windows XP Embedded Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Windows Embedded Standard 7 POS Ready 2009 POS Ready 7 Windows Embedded Standard 2009 Windows Embedded Standard 7 Windows Thin PC

9 Operating System Deployment Software Update Management Application Management Settings/Configuration Management Monitoring/Reporting Uses Windows ADK Endpoint Protection On-Premise -x86/64 -Intel SoC Cloud -Windows Phone -Windows RT Single Pane of Glass OS Servicing Win32 / Windows 8 Baselines Health/Compliance Antimalware

10 Write filter orchestration Maintenance windows Opportunistic and forced persistence SCEP client installation SCEP updates No additional software/license

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13 Get deployment notice Download content Reboot immediately to disable WF Content gone; re-download Install content Reboot to enable WF

14 Get deployment noticeWaits for maintenance window Maintenance window arrives Disables WF; reboots Downloads contentInstall contents; reboots

15 Translation: I want to commit this change ASAP, so do the write filter thing at the deadline, or, better yet, at the maintenance window

16 Translation: Just put it in the overlay. When another deployment comes along with persistence, we’ll commit the change then.

17 These have a forced persistence option Applications Packages & programs Software Updates Task sequences These are persisted opportunistically Client agent settings Settings management (aka DCM set) Power management

18 ? ! ? ! ? First inventory data Delta data

19 First inventory data Delta data

20 Windows Embedded 8 Standard Windows Embedded 8 Industry FunctionalityUWFEWFFBWF File/folder exclusionsYesNoYes Registry key exclusionsYesNo* Sector-based filteringYes No Supports HORMYesNo RAM-based overlayYes Providers for Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) version 2YesNo Disk-backed overlayYesNo Commit volumeNoYesNo Commit fileYesNoYes *You can use Registry Filter to make registry entries on volumes protected with EWF or FBWF persistent

21 File Based Write Filters (FBWF) Redirects all writes targeted for protected volumes to overlay Folder/file exclusions can be used Enhanced Write Filters (EWF) RAM Stores overlay information in RAM Information on overlay discarded on reboot Unified Write Filters (UWF) Sector-based write filter to protect storage media Use Hibernate Once/Resume Many (HORM) or file and registry filtering exclusions Servicing mode via the UWF WMI provider ELM outside of Configuration Manager

22 Management CapabilityWrite Filter Awareness Maintenance Windows + Policy OS Deployment X Software Update Management X Application Management X Setting Configuration Management X Monitoring / Reporting X X Endpoint Protection X

23 Admin selects the updates to install Admin selects the option to force persist the changes Admin selects target devices and pushes updates Write filter orchestration happens Update applied

24 Admin creates task sequence Admin selects task sequence and deploys Devices are updated

25 Snap-in to MMC ELM detects the type(s) of write filter installed Uses WMI to detect and change config settings

26 Operating System Deployment Improvements “Apply operating system” “SMSTSPostAction” Discovery Improvements Write filter capable now identified in Discovery Data Record

27 Non-admins cannot log on while device is being serviced Software Center blocks installation if write filters are enabled Users cannot change their business hours Users cannot postpone deployments to non-business hours

28 Settings management not write filter aware Manual write filter handling Opportunistic persistence during maintenance window Windows 8 applications registered during user login For fewer applications, re-register Admin to login to finalize app registration

29 SCEP installs will persist through the supported write filters Updates come frequently Write filter exceptions allow definition updates to persist Can be manually set or defined in a module New setting for Endpoint Protection client installation

30 Use maintenance windows Make sure your max run time fits inside the maintenance window Plan for persistence Make deployments “required” instead of “available” Use File Based Write Filters Configure these exceptions to persist state and inventory data CCMINSTALLDIR\*.sdf CCMINSTALLDIR\ServiceData HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\CCM\StateSystem Use WMI provider to manage other filters

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33 Windows Enterprise: windows.com/enterprisewindows.com/enterprise

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35 System Center 2012 Configuration Manager us/evalcenter/hh aspx?wt.mc_id=TEC_105_1_33 Windows Intune Windows Server Windows Server 2012 VDI and Remote Desktop Services us/evalcenter/hh aspx?ocid=&wt.mc_id=TEC_108_1_33 desktop-infrastructure.aspx More Resources: microsoft.com/workstyle microsoft.com/server-cloud/user-device-management For More Information

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