BDD 2007 Lite Touch and SMS 2003 Zero Touch Video Walkthroughs





 


I have had a number of emails and comments requesting the location for the video walkthroughs featuring BDD 2007 Lite Touch and BDD 2007/SMS 2003 Zero Touch Setup, so I have re-posted them to the Deployment Guys SkyDrive for download:


The BDD 2007 Lite Touch Video Walkthrough download pack (23.5 MB) contains the following videos – view them in the order they are listed to see the overall process.



  • 1. Lite Touch Configuration.wmv

  • 2. Lite Touch Office 2007 Configuration.wmv

  • 3. Lite Touch Client NEW COMPUTER.wmv

  • 4. Lite Touch Client REFRESH COMPUTER.wmv

View all of these walkthroughs on-line at Deployment Forum!   


The BDD 2007 Zero Touch Video Walkthrough download pack (22.3 MB) contains the following videos – view them in the order they are listed to see the overall process.



  • 1. Zero Touch Configuration.wmv

  • 2. Zero Touch Client NEW COMPUTER.wmv

  • 3. Zero Touch Client REFRESH COMPUTER.wmv

View all of these walkthroughs on-line at Deployment Forum!


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

Comments (8)

  1. Hi jrandom

    Yes you can. This is detailed in the WAIK 1.1 documentation. If you tyep imagex /? this gives a quick help and you can drill down from there.

    cheers,

    Rich Trusson

  2. Anonymous says:

    But what happens after about 17:40 in the video? There’s about 13 minutes missing…

  3. Ladung says:

    These are are great. Thanks for sharing …

  4. jrandom says:

    I’ve only got one question: Is there any way to use ImageX to deploy a custom image captured in the first place by ImageX in Microsoft Deployment or Configuration Manager 2007?

  5. Rich Kuzmiak says:

    Is there a way to run HP raid configuration in PE to configure logical drives prior to deployment?

  6. jrandom says:

    Rich,

    What I’m talking about is, after capturing a custom WIM file with sysprep and all my customizations, using MDT 2008 to deploy the image using ImageX.

    Adding a custom image to the Distribution share, it gets marked as Windows XP, even if it was a Vista Enterprise installation.

    When I attempt to deploy without setup files, I get the NTLDR missing error once I’m finished downloading the image.

    Including the Vista setup files, I lose all my settings and customizations.

    Any suggestions?

  7. JRandom says:

    That’s me who posted it. Still am having all sorts of problems.