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SCCM 2007 and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit - Video Walkthrough

SCCM 2007 and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit - Video Walkthrough

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Are you struggling with setting up SCCM 2007 Operating System Deployment and integrating MDT? - I have created a video walkthrough that shows you how to:

  • Setup the server environment for SCCM 2007 OS deployment
  • Configure the SCCM 2007 Site Settings
  • Configure the SCCM 2007 Computer Management Settings
  • Configure the SCCM 2007 Operating System Deployment Settings
  • Setup and use MDT integration with SCCM 2007
  • Add a reference machine object to SCCM 2007
  • Create a build and capture reference image for mass deployment using SCCM 2007

View the SCCM and MDT Video Walkthrough from the Windows Media Servers here!

View the SCCM and MDT Video Walkthrough from the TechNet Edge Media Servers here!

This post was contributed by Richard Smith a Senior Consultant with Microsoft Services, UK.

  • Excellent demonstration - thanks for your hard work Richard

  • A very nice video guys. Congrats!

    Can we have the same where we can see in depth an MDT ZTI installation where data is gathered out CS.ini and AdminCoreDB.

    And what the best way is to boot via PXE for unknown clients

    Tnx! Nico

  • Thanks Richard for the video.

    Can we have something similar regarding a ZTI installation where data gets gathered out of the AdminCoreDB and CS.ini?

    Something that is showing what is the best way to boot unknown clients and what kind security that can be applied for this. To avoid unauthorized clients will get a re-installation.

    Today I use "Install Flag" in the AdminDB for this. Is this still possible?

    Tnx

    Nico

  • ConfigMgr 2007 and Microsoft Deployment Toolkit - Video Walkthrough Are you struggling with setting up

  • Really really awesome video...

  • Excellent demonstration, this will help allot of people who are confused about how MDT intetracts with SCCM.

    I'm interested in discovering how to have SCCM or BDD deploy images to unknown computers. (Bare metal builds). Is this something that either of these products can do? I have a fully working SCCM enviroment.

    Cheers,

    Josh

  • Great video and I'm very happy to hear and see Microsoft doing the step-by-step documentation approach and quick start guides. I'm not quite ready to push out Vista even with SP1 so I'd love to see you do a video with XP (possibly SP3?).  

  • Very nice presentation. Thank you and thank you.

  • I used the step-by-step solution accelerator guide for SCCM07 and when I go through the create the Task Sequence I get "Error while importing Micrsoft Deployment Toolkit Task Sequence. Details: The ConfigMgr Provider reported an error. Then the following is in the smsprov.log:

    e:\nts_sms_fre\sms\siteserver\sdk_provider\smsprov\sspbootimagepackage.cpp(2948) : Failed to read image property from the source WIM file due to error 80004005

    *

    [1714][Sun 03/23/2008 02:41:38]:

    *

    Failed to read image property from the source WIM file due to error 80004005

    Please help. This seems like a wonderful product and I am desperate to see it in action!

    Ken

  • Richard,

    I was introduced to your demo/presentation videos at TecED last year. I must say I was very impressed with the quality and time you have put into these. Many thanks.

    Dan V.

  • Hi Ken,

    I have seen this issue when the account you are using to import the task sequence does not have the necessary rights.

    Can you check the permissions on the shares you are importing the task sequence packages into.

    Thanks,

    Ben

  • This video is very usefull and worth.

  • Very well done,

    thanks

    smsguy

  • The link to the media file does not seem to be working.  I've tried in two locations and it says that the server is unavailable?

  • We are investigating the issues with the media server for the webcast link - in the mean time please try coping the link from the blog entry – then opening Windows Media Player – select ALT...File..Open URL and then paste the link in. The webcast should then play correctly...

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