I have been reviewing some of the webcasts and such which Microsoft has posted for Windows Vista. I have watched three today and I must say that I am truly excited about the strides Microsoft is making in easing the burden of operating system deployment for Windows Vista.
Tim Sinclair, General Manager, Microsoft and Manu Namboodiri, Senior Product Manager, MicrosoftWindows Vista brings significant innovations and technologies to make deploying desktops easier than it has ever been. In this webcast, find out more about the new capabilities, tools, and best practices, along with a demo of Microsoft’s new imaging tools.
Windows Imaging (WIM) is designed to reduce the cost and complexity of deploying Windows. This talk provides a brief overview of the technology and a detailed discussion on the WIM capabilities, file format, integration with OS Setup and usage scenarios for ximage.
Understanding the component architecture as well as tools such as System Image Manager will be key for successful Windows Vista deployments. This presentation and demo will provide a high level look at some of these new technologies.
A quick generalized takeaway from these three webcasts is as follows:
Some additional links of interest:
Monday, March 20, 2006 9:46 PM