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One of the great additions Microsoft included in Windows 8 was the ability to create a supported Windows workspace on a approved bootable USB drive. Further enablement was added to the Windows To Go offering this past October alongside the upgrade offering of Windows 8.1. The Windows Store is now enabled by default allowing Windows To Go users to roam to any number of machines and access the Windows Store and use its apps. With this additional functionality now enabled, it provides a great solution to not only business travelers looking to lighten their loads, but students too could take advantage of the Windows To Go offering allowing them to use almost any school / library computer at their disposal to continue their studies.
We at CANITPRO.NET recently received a request through LinkedIn to detail the steps in creating a Windows To Go USB drive and as always we are happy to oblige.
Step 1: Creating a Windows To Go Workspace
There are other ways to create a Windows To Go key, one of which uses System Center 2012 R2 for mass USB key creation which will be detailed on a later post. Learn other functionality made available in the Windows 8.1 for IT Professionals made available at the Microsoft Virtual Academy.