Deploying Windows Vista

Questions derived from the Microsoft exam #70-624 − TS: Deploying and Maintaining Vista Client and Office System 2007 Desktops.


Objective: Deploying Windows Vista
SubObjective: Deploying Windows Vista using ZTI


Single Answer, Multiple Choice


You are a desktop support technician for your company. You plan to deploy Windows Vista using Zero Touch Installation (ZTI) on all client computers in your company. You install System Management Server (SMS) 2003 on a site server.


What should you do next?



  1. Install Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) 2007 on the SMS 2003 site server.
  2. Create a BDD 2007 deployment point on the SMS 2003 site server.
  3. Install Windows Deployment Service (WDS) on the SMS 2003 site server.
  4. Install the SMS 2003 operating system deployment (OSD) Feature Pack on the SMS 2003 site server.

Answer:


  1. Install the SMS 2003 operating system deployment (OSD) Feature Pack on the SMS 2003 site server.

Tutorial:
After installing SMS 2003 on a site server, you should then install the SMS 2003 OSD Feature Pack on the SMS 2003 site server. If your company’s network has more than one site server, you should install SMS 2003 Service Pack (SP) 1 on all site servers to support the SMS 2003 OSD Feature Pack. For ease of administration and to leverage the inheritance of the SMS hierarchy, you should deploy the SMS OSD on the central or top primary site server in the hierarchy. This ensures the SMS OSD can be managed easily with the least amount of administrative effort. You also must install the version of the SMS Administrator Console included on the SMS 2003 SP1 media.


After installing SMS 2003 on a site server, you should not install Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) 2007 on the SMS 2003 site server. You should install BDD 2007 on the SMS 2003 site server after installing the SMS 2003 OSD Feature Pack.


After installing SMS 2003 on a site server, you should not create a BDD 2007 deployment point on the SMS 2003 site server. You should create the BDD 2007 deployment point by using the Deployment Point Wizard in Deployment Workbench after installing BDD 2007 on the site server.


After installing SMS 2003 on a site server, you should not install Windows Deployment Service (WDS) on the SMS 2003 site server. WDS is an enhanced version of Remote Installation Services (RIS). WDS is also used to perform an unattended Windows operating system installation using network boot Pre-Boot Execution Environment (PXE) in Lite Touch deployment.


Reference:
Microsoft TechNet > TechNet Home > Desktop Deployment > Solution Accelerator for Business Desktop Deployment > Zero Touch Installation Guide > Zero Touch Installation Guide > Preparing the Deployment Environment

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