← ITN110 - Chap. 2 - 4 Export Options Alphabetize Word-Def Delimiter Tab Comma Custom Def-Word Delimiter New Line Semicolon Custom Data Copy and paste the text below. It is read-only. Select All Windows PE 3.0 (Windows Preinstallation Environment) A stripped-down operating system, based on the Win7 kernel, that enables system administrators to boot a computer that has no operating system installed and initiate the operating system setup process. Windows Easy Transfer Designed for the migration of a single computer, _______ is a wizard-based utility that makes it possible to migrate user profile information from an existing Windows computer to a new computer with a clean installation of Win7. User State Migration Tool 4.0 Designed for large-scale enterprise deployments, _________ is a command line utility that can migrate profile information for multiple users on multiple computers. Reference Computer A template for a workstation configuration; a model containing all of the software the workstation requires; installed, configured, and ready to use. Image File A copy of the data stored on the reference computer's drives. By creating an ____________, you can replicate the configuration on the reference computer to as many workstations as you need to deploy. Build-to-Plan Installation (BTP) The manufacturer deploys a large number of computers with identical operating system configurations. The installers capture a single image file and deploy it to each computer with no changes. Build-to-Order Installation (BTO) Each computer has an individually customized configuration. The installers first capture a baseline image and deploy it to each computer, and then they start the computer in audit mode and perform a scripted procedure that customizes the configuration. Windows System Image Manager (SIM) A graphical utility, that installers can use to create distribution shares and answer files that automate and customize Win7 installations. Answer File An XML script that provides the Win7 Setup program with the information it needs to perform an unattended installation. After configuring specific settings in the Windows SIM interface, the program generates the correct XML code and creates the ____________. ImageX.exe A command-line tool that installers can use to capture, modify, and apply image files in the Windows Imaging format. Deployment Image Servicing and Management (DISM.exe) A command-line tool that installers can use to mount, edit, and upgrade image files in the Windows Imaging format. With _______, installers can maintain image files by adding updated files without having to perform another reference computer installation and capture. Windows Preinstallation Environment (PE) A minimalized version of the Win7 operating system designed to provide an environment in which installers can prepare a computer for installation, capture reference computer images, and deploy existing image files. System Preparation (Sysprep.exe) A command-line program that installers can use to prepare Win7 computers for imaging, auditing, and deployment. You must use __________ to prepare a reference computer by removing all of the individualized configuration information before you capture an image of it for distribution on multiple target workstations. It is included with Win7 & Win7 AIK. User State Migration Tool (USMT) A set of two command-line programs, Scanstate.exe and Loadstate.exe that installers can use to save user profiles data from an existing workstation and restore that data to a newly-installed computer running Win7. Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 A tool designed specifically for enterprise network deployments. Answer Files These files simplify the process of installing and configuring reference computers, but they do nothing to change the process of capturing images. After building the reference computers, you still must prepare them with Sysprep.exe,start them with a Windows PE disk, and capture an image using ImageX.exe. Seven, Configuration Passes The Windows Setup program splits the Windows 7 installation process into _____ phases, which it calls "_____ _____." 7 Configuration Passes in an Answer File + windowsPE - Configures settings specific to the Windows Preinstallation Environment and to the Win7 installation. + offlineServicing - Applies settings to an offline image file using DISM.exe + generalize - Configures settings just before the removal of user- and computer-specific settings using the Sysprep.exe. + specialize - Applies customized settings intended only for specific groups of computers after the generalize configuration pass. + auditSystem - Applies settings when the computer boots into audi mode. + auditUser - Applies settings when the computer boots into audit mode and after the auditSystem settings are applied. + oobeSystem - Configures settings when the computer boots into Windows Welcome mode. Capture Image A bootable image that you can deploy using WDS, and which includes a wizard-based client that runs on the reference computer and enables you to capture an image and upload it back to the WDS server. Deployment Share A folder on the build computer where you will store all of the install images and other software components that your reference computers and target computers will need during the Win7 installation process. DISM.exe (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) Windows 7 AIK includes this new command-line tool called ________.___ that enables you to modify Windows Image files while they are offline. Mount To modify an image file using DISM.exe, you must first _____ it to a folder. This process creates copies of all the files in the image in their expanded form. You can then work with the copies, making any changes you need. Thick Images An image file that contains all of the elements of a workstation configuration, including applications drivers, updates, and all configuration settings. You create a thick image by completely installing and configuring a reference computer to your workstation specifications and then capturing an image of it. Thin Images More generic than thick images and contain fewer configuration-specific elements, such as applications and language packs. Hybrid Images This image installs all of the applications, settings, and software components that a workstation needs, so in that sense, it is like a thick image. However, this image does not include all of the applications and other components in the actual image file. Multicasting A TCP/IP methodology that enables a computer to transmit the same data to multiple destinations at the same time. Also called a one-to-many transmission.