Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps M20695

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Our price: from £2,102 per person

Course overview:

This certified Microsoft course will give you the right skills and put you on the road to certification.

This 5-day course describes how to assess operating system and application deployment options, determine the most appropriate deployment strategy, and then implement a lite-touch or zero-touch deployment solution for Windows devices and apps. Solutions covered in this course include operating system deployment scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

Pre-Requisites:

Before attending this course, delegates must have system administrator-level working knowledge of:

Networking fundamentals, including common networking protocols, topologies, hardware, media, routing, switching and addressing.
Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) principles and fundamentals of AD DS management.
Installation, configuration, and troubleshooting for Windows-based personal computers.
Basic concepts of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) security.
Basic understanding of scripting and Windows PowerShell syntax.
Basic understanding of Windows Server roles and services.
Basic understanding of management tasks using System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager.

Who Should Attend:

This course is intended for IT professionals who deploy, manage, and maintain PCs, devices, and apps across medium/large/enterprise organizations, and for individuals who are interested in taking exam 70-695.

Training Course Overview/Content:

Module 1: Assessing the Network Environment for Supporting Operating System and Application Deployment

This module provides an overview of the enterprise desktop life cycle. It explains how to assess hardware and infrastructure readiness for a desktop deployment, and how to use the Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit (MAP) to assess deployment readiness.

Lessons

Overview of the Enterprise Desktop Life Cycle
Assessing Hardware and Infrastructure Readiness for a Desktop Deployment
Using MAP to Assess Deployment Readiness
Lab : Assessing the Network Environment for Supporting Operating System and Application Deployment

Collecting Hardware and Application Inventory by Using Configuration Manager
Determining Infrastructure Readiness by Using MAP
Module 2: Determining Operating System Deployment Strategies

This module explains how to identify the most appropriate operating system deployment strategy based upon organizational requirements. It describes tools and deployment strategies, different types of operating system deployments, and alternative deployment strategies for desktop computers.

Lessons

Tools and Deployment Strategies for an Effective Operating System Deployment Strategy
Operating System Deployment Using High-Touch with Retail Media
Operating System Deployment Using High-Touch with Standard Image
Operating System Deployment Using Lite-Touch
Operating System Deployment Using Zero-Touch
Alternative Deployment Strategies for Windows Desktops
Lab : Determining Operating System Deployment Strategies

Identifying Operating System Deployment Strategies for a Small Network
Identifying Operating System Deployment Strategies for a Medium-Sized Network
Identifying Operating System Deployment Strategies for an Enterprise Network
Installing the Windows Automated Deployment Kit
Module 3: Assessing Application Compatibility

This modules explains how to assess application compatibility issues and identify mitigation solutions to ensure that applications function successfully after an operating system deployment. It also describes how to use ACT to address application compatibility issues.

Lessons

Diagnosing Application Compatibility Issues
Mitigating Application Compatibility Issues
Using ACT to Address Application Compatibility Issues
Lab : Assessing Application Compatibility

Analyzing Applications for Potential Compatibility Issues
Mitigating Application Compatibility Issues
Module 4: Planning and Implementing User State Migration

This module describes user state migration strategies, and explains how to configure these strategies during operating system deployments.

Lessons

Overview of User State Migration
Overview of USMT 5.0
Planning User State Migration
Migrating User State by Using USMT
Lab : Planning and Implementing User State Migration

Planning for User State Migration
Creating and Customizing USMT XML Files
Capturing and Restoring User State by Using USMT
Module 5: Determining an Image Management Strategy

This module describes the Windows image file format, and provides an overview of image management. It also explains how to determine the most appropriate image management strategy to support operating system and application deployments.

Lessons

Overview of the Windows Image File Format
Overview of Image Management
Lab : Determining an Image Management Strategy

Assessing Business Requirements to Support an Image Management Strategy

Module 6: Preparing For Deployments Using Windows ADK

This module describes the tools provided in Windows ADK, and explains how to use them to prepare for and support automated deployment strategies.

Lessons

Overview of the Windows Setup and Installation Process
Preparing Boot Images Using Windows PE
Automating and Preparing the Installation of an Image Using Windows SIM and Sysprep
Capturing and Servicing a Reference Image
Lab : Preparing the Imaging and Windows PE Environment

Configuring a Custom Windows PE Environment

Lab : Building a Reference Image by Using Windows SIM and

This course is running at the following venues:

3rd Floor, International House, London, E1W 1UN

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