Windows Vista deployment: Capturing a machine

Windows Vista deployment: Capturing a machine

Windows Vista deployment: Capturing a machine

Date: Nov 06, 2008

So you're almost finished deploying Windows Vista. You've built your Windows PE disk, worked with Windows Image Files and delved into the depths of ImageX. Everything is the way you want it. Now what? Well now it's time to capture your machine. In this 9-minute videocast, best-selling author Mark Minasi describes how to use ImageX and Windows PE to capture and apply an image, plus offers some important Sysprep tips for deploying Vista.

Topics covered include:

  • Capturing and applying an image
  • Working with Sysprep
  • Putting more than one image in a Windows Image File

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