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We’re busy planning away for our Windows 7 Deployment – Why and How online conference next Tuesday. Hopefully you’ll be joining us on the day, make sure you head over here and register for free now if you haven’t already.
We put the wheels in motion for this event as a result of discussions with our readers, and after getting yet more great feedback we have made some changes to the agenda. We’re consolidating the day into more concise sessions so that you can find out what you need to quickly and easily, without taking a whole day out of work. The amount of time dedicated to hearing TechNet Blog reader Paul Cooke’s real-world migration story has also been extended. He’ll be coming from Plymouth City Council, to tell us about how he and his team have implemented hot desking using Windows 7, Office 2010, App-V and Lync 2010.
But we don’t want to stop there; we still have a half-hour slot where we want you to tell us what you want to hear! So please leave a comment below – would you rather we discuss General Deployment Challenges, take a deep look at the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit or a deep look at SysPrep?
MDT 2010 is such a multidimensional product that it would be good to hear technical details (deep-dive) about the use of its Database feature and integration with SCCM (possibly then mentioning SCCM2012+MDT2012).
Looking forware to attending.
I would like to here more about SysPrep, Answer Files and Automation via Powershell.
A specific example of placing the Users folder on a secondary disk would be very nice, given the current cost of SSDs.
Second Example: Baremetal to Win7 installed and booting from a VHD.
We would like to hear more about USMT. How do you exclude registry entries and is it possible to migrate local printers
Id like to see more deep dive content around the Powershell provider or the deployment database.
Will a recording of the event be available - I now have a job interveiw Tuesday.
Sorry to hear you can't make it, we will be sure to provide links to the recordings after the event.
Many thanks, and thanks to everyone else who has commented with their suggestions, we'll be taking it all into consideration!