Corrections!

Earlier today I published my article called USB & Windows to Go: Key In! on this site.  Because of my eagerness to get the article out (recently I posted that I would be trying to post a lot more frequently), I have been informed that I made a number of minor errors.  Here are the … Continue reading Corrections!

Windows to Go: Better (and easier!) in the RTM!

A couple of months ago I posted an article on Windows To Go (Windows To Go: This is going to be a game changer!) outlining the benefits and use cases for Windows to Go, as well as the steps to build your WTG key.  In the RTM release of Windows 8 it has gotten easier … Continue reading Windows to Go: Better (and easier!) in the RTM!

Making Your Windows 8 ISO work for You

Tomorrow is the day that a huge number of you will be downloading and installing the final bits (RTM) of Windows 8.  You now have an ISO image of Windows, and you need to install it onto your computer.  In order to do that you have to put it onto media – DVD or in … Continue reading Making Your Windows 8 ISO work for You

Creating a Multi-OS Deployment Point with MDT!

Hey folks, I know for months you’ve been on me because the screen shots in my Multi-OS Deployment Share post were lost. Today I am glad to say that I have created a video of it for the DPE team, and am glad to share it with you here! Remember, this video creates the deployment … Continue reading Creating a Multi-OS Deployment Point with MDT!

Creating a Bootable USB Key

It seems that some of my articles got chopped during the move to WordPress.  Doh!  Here are the simple instructions to create a bootable USB key: Open a Command Prompt session with Administrator privileges. Run the Disk Partition utility (diskpart.exe) Type List Disk to see a list of drives on your computer.  Determine which is … Continue reading Creating a Bootable USB Key