|Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and BDD 2007
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|Author:||Rob Jansen [ Fri Mar 21, 2008 1:15 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and BDD 2007|
Got this e-mail today:
Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and BDD 2007 are now Windows Vista SP1 and Windows Server 2008-Ready!
Microsoft® Deployment Toolkit 2008-Unified Tools and Guidance for Desktop and Server Deployment Automation. Download it today!
We are pleased to announce that Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2008 has been released! This is an update to Microsoft Deployment, released in November 2007.
MDT 2008 extends existing functionality to deploy Windows Vista® SP1 and Windows Server® 2008 for both Lite Touch and Zero Touch deployments using Systems Management Server 2003* and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007. This release of MDT supports Windows AIK 1.1 and configuration of Active Directory® directory service, DNS, and DHCP server roles. To learn more and download the latest content, go to http://www.microsoft.com/deployment.
* ZTI with SMS 2003 does not support deployment of server operating systems
Business Desktop Deployment 2007 Update 2-Automate Deployment of Windows Vista SP1. Download it today!
This update to Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) 2007 adds support to deploy Windows Vista SP1 for both Lite Touch Installation and Zero Touch Installation using Systems Management Server 2003. This release requires Windows AIK 1.1. To learn more and download the latest content, go to Microsoft Download Center.
Microsoft Deployment Team Blog
System Center Configuration Manager on Microsoft TechNet
System Center Configuration Manager evaluation software on Microsoft TechNet
Windows Server 2008 on Microsoft TechNet
Windows Vista Springboard Series
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Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Team
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