1. After the Prestaged Media has finished applying, at the X:\ command prompt, type in:

    WinPE 4 or newer boot image (default in ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 and newer)
    bcdboot.exe C:\Windows /s S: /f BIOS

    WinPE 3.x boot image (default in ConfigMgr 2007 SP2 R2/R3)
    bcdboot.exe C:\Windows /s S:

    This step will copy critical boot files to the boot partition (S:) and create a new BCD store.

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Third-party analysis

In an article based on a report by Symantec,[54] internetnews.com has described Microsoft Windows as having the "fewest number of patches and the shortest average patch development time of the five operating systems it monitored in the last six months of 2006."[55]

A study conducted by Kevin Mitnick and marketing communications firm Avantgarde in 2004 found that an unprotected and unpatched Windows XP system with Service Pack 1 lasted only 4 minutes on the Internet before it was compromised, and an unprotected and also unpatched Windows Server 2003 system was compromised after being connected to the internet for 8 hours.[56] This study does not apply to Windows XP systems running the Service Pack 2 update (released in late 2004), which vastly improved the security of Windows XP.[citation needed] The computer that was running Windows XP Service Pack 2 was not compromised. The AOL National Cyber Security Alliance Online Safety Study of October 2004 determined that 80% of Windows users were infected by at least one spyware/adware product.[citation needed] Much documentation is available describing how to increase the security of Microsoft Windows products. Typical suggestions include deploying Microsoft Windows behind a hardware or software firewall, running anti-virus and anti-spyware software, and installing patches as they become available through Windows Update.[57]

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