ASPE-IT instructor Tom Carpenter shares thoughts on MDT 2010 Task Sequences:
In previous blog posts, I’ve talked about the important considerations to be made before beginning a deployment project and the MAP toolkit, which can be used to create a hardware inventory of your environment. In this blog post, I’d like to talk to you about the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2010 and specifically about task sequences.
When you create a deployment share using the Deployment Workbench that comes with MDT 2010, you can import operating systems into this share. You can then add applications, packages, drivers and task sequences in order to provide deployment options. After teaching more than 30 Windows 7 classes and managing more than a dozen deployment projects, it has become very clear to me that the task sequences are the most confusing part to most deployment engineers. Let me explain them to you in the simplest way I know how. Click to continue »