Everything you Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment!

For those of you who are interested in deploying Windows (and with 707 days left until #EndOfDaysXP who isn’t?) there are a couple of incredible webinars coming up that you definitely should not miss!  Stephen Rose will be holding a couple of discussions with MDT Product Manager Michael Niehaus (if you have ever heard me talk about him you know that I hold him in extremely high regard!) and Deployment guru Johan Arwidmark (a fellow MVP and a really nice guy).  They are in May and you should mark your calendars and register now because you should definitely not miss.  Here are the details… and tell them I sent you!

TechNet Webcast: Everything You Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment (Part 1)

Registration URL: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9807963  or  http://bit.ly/JLTQLM

Date/ Time:    Tuesday, May 15, 2012 – 9-10am (Pacific)

Abstract: In this demonstration-rich, question and answer webcast, Windows Product Manager Stephen Rose moderates an open conversation with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Product Manager Michael Niehaus and deployment guru Johan Arwidmark. They discuss the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 release as well as tips and tricks from the experts about using the Windows Deployment Toolkit.

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TechNet Webcast: Everything You Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment (Part 2)

Registration URL: http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=9807964   or  http://bit.ly/Kgny8y

Date/ Time:    Thursday, May 17, 2012  – 9-10am (Pacific)

Abstract: In this demonstration-rich, question and answer webcast, Windows Product Manager Stephen Rose moderates an open conversation with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Product Manager Michael Niehaus and deployment guru Johan Arwidmark. They discuss the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 release as well as tips and tricks from the experts about using the Windows Deployment Toolkit.

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One thought on “Everything you Wanted to Know and Ask about Windows Deployment!

  1. Thanks Gil. That did the trick. I also want to add that you must run the script comanmd as an administrator, and since you run it with a switch [/B] I think you have to run it from the comanmd line. You can open up a comanmd line/DOS Box as an administrator by typing cmd in the Start Search area, and the press Ctrl-Shift-Enter to open it as an administrator.Thanks for your site it’s been very helpful both for me and people who ask me how to do things. Bravo! +14

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