5 Solution Scenario Tailspin Toys Retailer with lanes and 400 storesMultiple hardware typesLab environment availableSever based environment in storesPCs managed centrally with SCCM/WSUS
6 Deployment Options POSReady Installation Install from USB driveInstall to USB driveUSBManual install from DVDDVDRemote install (RIS)Full system image installServer
7 POSReady 2009 Feature Areas FlexibilityAdd/remove componentsCustomize installationHardware IntegrationOn-screen keyboardBoot from USB mass storage deviceHardware IntegrationFlexibilitySecurityNew support for security updates including SP3Continued support for IE hardening, Windows Firewall, Group Policy, and File Based Write FilterConfidenceDeploymentInstall from DVD/USB to hard drive or USB hard driveDeploy from Windows ServerCloning from FBResealConnectivityBase OSSecurityDeploymentApplication CompatibilityLocalizationApplication CompatibilitySupport for .NET Framework 3.5, IE7, WMP11, SQL Express, Office ViewersSupport included for SCCM/SCOM, Powershell, Forefront, Steady State, Defender, and Malicious Software Removal ToolLocalizationLanguage Collection Support for basic, complex script, and East AsianMultilingual User Interface PackCommunity
9 Customization Process Flow Image Customization Process Flow123OEM delivers POSReady 2009 installedEngineers perform customization of OEM buildChanges are packaged to a final images (FBReseal)54Image captured & catalogued for developmentImage deployed to target POS
12 Capture Image Reference PC Windows Server PXE/Capture Image The basic steps involved with capturing an image start with your reference device that has just been sealed.For XP Pro you would use the standard PXE boot to the WDS server and use the capture image to capture a full disk image in a Windows Image format or WIM.That file is added to your WDS server and you are ready to network boot and clone your devices.With POSReady you will not have the product ID so the standard WDS capture process doesn’t recognize the device as having been sysprepped and ready to clone.This is where most of our questions come from on the internal support threads. This is why we felt the need to do this session.The net is that the WDS capture environment requires the reference device to have been fully sysprepped and not just sealed. Therein lies the difference. Sysprep requires you to have the product key like a full clean install.
13 Getting to .WIM Dev Machine Capture Script Windows Automated Installation Kit Steps:Create WinPE boot ISOAdd tools/driversCreate bootable CDCapture reference machine image to serverWAIKDVDWinPE .ISOWinPE bootCapture ScriptDev MachineImageXDriversTools
15 Deploy Image Target Systems Window Server POSReady WIRELESSREGISTER en-US x /09/2009POSReady COUNTERREGISTER en-US x /09/2009WinVista MGRSWORKSTATION en-US x /09/2008Window ServerNow that we have captured the image to the WDS server we are ready to deploy a new machine to the environment.[CLICK]We see the Counter register entry on the WDS selection menu.The Image is deployed to the device and it is ready for any onsite application customization steps, such as lane number.---You can see how having a Windows Server with a WDS role in your environment gives you additional flexibility in what has traditionally been a separately managed environment with special resources, tools and capabilities.We will briefly walk through the process to pull down the image
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23 Related Content Breakout Sessions (session codes and titles) Interactive Theater Sessions (session codes and titles)WEM02-INT The Future of Embedded DevicesWEM04-INT Windows for Devices: Meet the Windows Embedded FamilyHands-on Labs (session codes and titles)WEM01-HOL Build a Windows Embedded Standard 2009 ImageOther:PRC13 (Pre-Session) Deep Dive into Windows Embedded Standard Tools
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