Special Coverage: Windows Server 2008

It used to be that server administrators would install Windows Server manually using the CD or DVD and then spend several hours configuring the server. Now, with Windows Server 2008, the installation process for servers has substantially changed for the first time since Windows NT 4.0.With the release of System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, server administrators can use the same operating system deployment tools that desktop administrators have been using for years to automate deployments. Learn how you can use Configuration Manager along with Microsoft Deployment to start rolling out Windows Server 2008.