Get a head start deploying Windows 10--with tips and best practices from experts in the field. This guide shows you how to deploy Windows 10 in an automated way without impacting end users by leveraging System Center Configuration Manager, which is the most used product to deploy Microsoft operating systems in the industry today.
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Foreword Introduction Errata, updates, & book support Free eBooks from Microsoft Press We want to hear from you Stay in touch Chapter 1: Why implement Windows 10? The Welcome experience What’s new in the user interface Customizing the Start menu Introducing Action Center Switching between Desktop mode and Tablet mode Using virtual desktops Creating a new virtual desktop Switching between virtual desktops Using Snap Cortana Accessing Cortana settings Cortana voice commands Windows startup enhancements Push Button Reset improvements Microsoft Edge Fixing specific sites About security Microsoft Passport Windows Hello Isolated User Mode The Windows 10 upgrade process Chapter 2: Windows 10 deployment options In-place upgrade Predeployments steps Step 1: Choosing the correct media Step 2: Assessing readiness Step 3: Gathering driver packages A cue for testing applications Manual in-place upgrade Phase 1: Down Level (Old OS) Phase 2: Start into WinRE (copying files) Phase 3: First reboot in Windows 10 (installing features and drivers) Phase 4: Second reboot in Windows 10 (configuring settings) Recoverability Traditional deployments Bare-metal installation Wipe-and-load (refresh) Replace Windows To Go Windows Update approach Get Windows 10 App OS upgrade via Windows Server Update Services Prerequisites Configuring WSUS to support in-place upgrades Configuring policies to use WSUS Moving the focus to Configuration Manager Chapter 3: Configuration Manager Operating System Deployment concepts The purpose of OSD OSD terminology Infrastructure requirements WinPE Task sequences Task sequence variables Drivers and driver packages Image deployment Scheduling deployments Unknown computers UEFI versus BIOS Reporting Advanced concepts Logging Prestart commands User Device Affinity Online resources Chapter 4: Using System Center Configuration Manager to deploy Windows 10 Microsoft Deployment Toolkit integration with Operating System Deployment Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit Obtaining and importing the Windows 10 image Customizing the Windows 10 image In-box applications Group Policies Deploying and supporting Windows 10 Managing disk configurations Upgrade scenarios Optimizing the Windows 10 image deployment Monitoring the Windows 10 image deployment After the Windows 10 image deployment About the authors
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