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Christiane Soumahoro Senior Consultant Microsoft Suisse S.à.r.l.
Why and when deploy Vista SP1? Vista SP1 changes Vista SP1 installation methods Vista SP1 deployment
Windows Vista SP1: SP1 = Security Updates + Hot Fixes + enhanced functionality for existing componentsSecurity Updates + Hot Fixes Brings improvements in areas most important to our customers No new features SP1 Highlights: Significant reliability improvements; fixes the majority of OS and application crashes traced to Microsoft software Measurable performance improvements for key scenarios like file copy, network copy, and resume from Standby Continued security improvements BitLocker Drive Encryption Support for all local volumes Remote Desktop Protocol streamlined to use 25%-60% less bandwidth Support for emerging hardware and standards Infrastructure Optimization Quality Improvements Device Compatibility Application Compatibility Reliability Performance Battery Life Security
February March April May June Release to Manufacturing TechNet and MSDN Subscriber Downloads Windows Update Download Center Download for VL Customers Media Kits mailed To VL customers Retail Availability English, French, Spanish, German, Japanese
Windows Vista SP1 include fixes for the following situations: Working with newer graphics cards Connecting a laptop to an external display Upgrading Windows XP to Vista Transitioning between power states, such as resuming from sleep
Filesystem improvements Boot & Shutdown updates Performance features updates “Back to Work” updates Longer battery life
BitLocker Drive Encryption (BDE) Additional multifactor authentication method that combines a key protected by the Trusted Platform Module with a startup key stored on a USB storage device and a user-generated personal identification number. Ability to encrypt local volumes other than the system volume Group policy management Default is Group Policy editor (gpedit) New group policy tool provided with RSAT RSAT will be available in Q2 08
Extended Firmware Interface (EFI) SP1 will allow x64 computers to boot using the EFI. Extended File Allocation Table (exFAT). Transactional FAT (TransFAT) functionality provides transaction protection for disk reads and writes (analogous to the transactional capabilities added to NTFS in Vista) Speeds up storage allocation and supports OEM extensibility so that OEMs can define parameters to specify characteristics of a device, such as performance, or create a unique ID (global unique identifier, or GUID) for the device.
Windows Update Availability on Windows Update in March 18 th 08 Only applicable portions of SP1 downloaded Standalone package Available for Technet + subscribers Will be Available soon @ Microsoft Download CenterMicrosoft Download Center Installation Media Part of the Volume License (VL) agreement is an integrated build SP1 will be integrated into the retail media Available by language (like Vista RTM)
Windows AIK 1.1 includes new and updated tools: Window PE 2.1: updated Windows Preinstallation Environment Pkgmgr.exe: tool to install offline or online updates, drivers PostReflect.exe: tool to insert boot critical drivers VSP1Cln.exe: tool to remove Vista RTM files
Install SP1 via WSUS Create a new image using SP1 slipstream SP1 slipstream via BDD/MDT, WDS SMS or System Center Configuration Manager Install SP1 online via pkgmgr
You cannot install SP1 offline Reasons 1.The servicing stack needs to be updated. Cannot be done offline when updates are pending (which is typical for offline images). 2.SPs can contain updates for MSI-installed OS components These updates cannot be installed offline. You will still be able to apply future non-SP updates offline
1.Create an SP1 image Install SP1 online Sysprep /generalize PostReflect.exe PostReflect.exe must be run to match boot critical drivers with changes to components. Without this, image will never boot VSP1CLN.exe (optional) Recapture
Logs you can use to diagnose 1."%windir%\\logs\\cbs\\cbs.log", 2."%windir%\\logs\\cbs\\cbs.persist.log", 3."%windir%\\winsxs\\poqexec.log", 4."%windir%\\winsxs\\pending.xml", 5."%windir%\\winsxs\\pending.xml.bad", 6."%windir%\\inf\\setupapi.dev.log", 7."%windir%\\windowsupdate.log“ Publically available sources to understand the logs: Windows Deployment Error Diagnostic Guide OCSetup Log Diagnoser white paper Look for: System codes: 0x8007nnnn ( Winerror.h on MSDN) Winerror.h CBS errors: 0x800fnnnn ( common CBS errors ) common CBS errors
Run if you Want to reclaim disk space Will not need to uninstall SP1 Functionality Removes RTM files that have been superseded by SP1 (leaving SxS, drivers & LPs) Works in both Offline & Online modes Offline: use WAIK or OPK versionWAIK Online: use %windir%\system32\vsp1cln.exe Marks Sp1 package as permanent and invisible Driven by a static list of superseded files
Some restrictions to consider. You cannot Upgrade previous versions of SP1. Must uninstall first Uninstall Permanent updates KB937287: Service Stack Update KB935509: Groundworks (Winload.exe) KB938371: Prerequisite package SP1 if you used integrated installation SP1 if you have run the vsp1cln.exe SP1 offline using pkgmgr.exe
You can Uninstall non-permanent packages KB936330: Service Pack package KB937954: Changes to support SP coordinator Uninstall SP1 online Via Pkgmgr start /w pkgmgr.exe /m:c:\temp\Windows6.0- KB936330.cab /up /s: Must be in Elevated mode Control Panel -> Programs and Features View Installed Updates. Select Service Pack for Windows (KB936330). Click Uninstall.
You can stop participating at any time after installing SP1 During SP1 installation metrics are uploaded No personally identifiable information
Be part of the CEIP Program You cannot install or uninstall SP1 offline Close all apps before install AV may fail SP1 NEVER hard reset during SP1 install/uninstall
Windows Vista SP1 on TechNet Vista SP1 deployment notes Windows Deployment Error Diagnostic Guide Customer Experience Improvement Program SP1 deployment Guide OCSetup and CBS log diagnoser OCSetup and CBS log diagnoser (see Common Errors) The CBS Health Model