MDT 2010: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Video Walkthrough

I planned on making a video walk-through series to help with MDT but just found out that the excellent John Baker has already done one.

It’s an 8 part series and is awesome for getting started or for those who are using MDT 2010 and want to polish up their skills. The links are below.

Introduction to Deployment (Part 1 of 8 )
Deployment Tools (Part 2 of 8 )
MDT 2010 Deployment Process (Part 3 of 8 )
Deployment Step 1: Gather Required Software (Part 4 of 8 )
Deployment Step 2: Prepare the MDT 2010 Environment (Part 5 of 8 )
Deployment Step 3: Create the Reference Computer (Part 6 of 8 )
Deployment Step 4: Deploy Windows 7 and Capture Reference Image (Part 7 of 8 )
Deployment Step 5: Deploy Windows 7 to Target Computer (Part 8 of 8 )

And when you get bored with that you can move onto Advanced Deployment Scenarios using the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010:

Part 1 of 7 – Reviewing the Available Options in the Deployment Workbench
Part 2 of 7 – Create and Explore the Configuration Database
Part 3 of 7 – Configuring Role Methods in the Configuration Database
Part 4 of 7 – Configuring Other Methods in the Configuration Database
Part 5 of 7 – Configuring the Deployment Point to Use the Configuration Database
Part 6 of 7 – Using Linked Deployment Points
Part 7 of 7 – Custom Edit the Deployment Wizard to Add a New Page

Excellent work, John.

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About Andrew Barnes

A Scripting and Deployment Specialist.
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One Response to MDT 2010: Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Video Walkthrough

  1. Hi Sir,
    Greetings for the day.
    I am very thankful for previous support about mdt migration in non DHCP environment.
    I have a scenario in my environment.I have systems which has 4 partitions .
    c:\ -OS partition
    D:\-Data
    E:\Apps
    F:\Records
    Now my task is I need to use mdt2012 and total hard disk backup need to be done to a shared network and system need to be formatted with 3 standard partitions like -‘C:\, D:\,E:\’. Next user profiles need to be redirected to E:\ using script only (Group policy should not be used).Total backed up data need to restore into the ststem without data loss.

    Please don’t be angry on me for posting you this kind of weird or silly question. This is my live scenario .
    Please kindly help me or suggest me if u have solution ….Please request u to kindly suggest me on this.

    Thanks & Regards
    N.V.Srinivas,
    +91-8985966259,
    vedadri_nvs@hotmail.com

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