Category Archive: Windows Clients

Dec 15 2013

Creating an Offline MDT Deployment Media

Everything is working fine in your main office, you capture, you deploy, you migrate, but you have a bunch of small branch offices (10-20 PC’s) with limited bandwidth where you need to do the same thing. Well…you could just tell the people in those offices to leave their desktops and laptops on and deploy or …

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Aug 06 2013

Migrating from Windows XP to Windows 7 using MDT

Well…You’ve been working for a long time with Windows XP, and now you got the approval to upgrade to a newer OS, and that’s Windows 7. I can already see the smile on your face. The downside of this, is that you can’t perform a direct upgrade. First, because is not supported by Microsoft, and …

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Mar 16 2013

Adding drivers to WinPE boot image in MDT 2010/2012

I know many of you are preparing for deploying OS’s using MDT 2010/2012 or try to capture an image of an OS, and most of the times you are successful. However, there are the non-lucky ones, that have hardware in their company that is not 100% compatible with your deployment tools. You know…every time you …

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Aug 12 2012

Installing Windows 8

Windows 8 is out, well…it’s RTM at the time of this writing, but still counts as final and I taught why not do a guide on how to install it. Is so easy, but for those that are new to this I hope this guide will help. For those that want to know more about …

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Dec 12 2011

Join a Windows 7 machine to a Windows domain

This is going to be one of those short posts, because is not much to say about joining a client machine to a domain; but you may ask, why we need to do this ? Well I’m not going to give an academic definition so you can spend another half an hour reading on the …

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Dec 11 2011

Clean Install of Windows XP

As my first post on this blog I thought I’ll start with something easy. Yes Windows XP is an old operating system but is still very used in allot of companies and homes (at the time of this writing). I used Windows XP for many, many years, and I’m still using it to allot of …

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