Manage Installing the Windows Client

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  • Selecting and Installing Windows Clients
    • Overview
    • Selecting Windows Client Editions
    • Determining Requirements for Windows Clients
    • Performing Clean Install of Windows Clients
    • Performing Windows Clients In-place Upgrades
    • Migrating Windows Clients with USMT
    • Customizing WinPE with ADK
    • Creating an Answer File with WSIM
    • Configuring Windows Provisioning Packages
    • Activating Windows Clients
  • Configuring and managing Hyper-V on Windows Clients
    • Configure and Manage Hyper-V Settings
    • Managing Virtual Networks in Hyper-V
    • Creating and Configuring Hyper-V VMs
    • Creating and Configuring Hyper-V Virtual Disks
    • Managing VM Checkpoints in Hyper-V
    • Installing and Configuring Windows Sandbox
  • Configuring and Customizing Settings on Windows Clients
    • Configuring Windows Client System Settings
    • Managing the Windows Client Interface
    • Configuring Microsoft Edge in Windows Clients
    • Localizing Windows Clients
    • Installing and Managing Devices in Windows
    • Managing Startup Options in Windows Clients
    • Managing Services in Windows Clients
    • Configuring Optional Features in Windows Clients


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  • Episode Description
  • Transcript

WEBVTT >> Welcome to Manage Installing, Windows Client. I'm your host, Lauren Deal, and I'll be your learner advocate asking all the questions you may have at home to this guy. Welcome into the show, Wes. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Sure, absolutely. For the last decade or so, I've been a technical instructor >> and I teach a variety of industry-based certifications that may be recognized. I teach a variety of the CompTIA Core Foundation certifications, as well as I've been a Microsoft Certified Trainer. I have been in the tech training industry for quite a long time. I've taught MCSA paths as well. I'm an MCSA, Microsoft Certified Associate myself, as well Microsoft Certified Professional. I hold a variety of Microsoft certifications and I have gone through and then definitely sat exams over the course of my training tenure. I'm really looking forward to diving into some of the content we have that's really surrounding the Windows Client operating system to help you leverage and get the most benefit out of your training. >> Well, speaking of which, I have to brag a little bit. He is one of the best trainers I've had the opportunity to sit with and learn from. His style is phenomenal. Now, let's just jump into the course though, Wes. What can we expect from this type of learning? There's going to be >> three major topics that we're going to be looking at. If you're looking at installing and deploying the Windows Client operating system, whether it is a small office environment or whether it's a corporate enterprise level environment, you have to do large deployments. We're going to touch on all those types of deployments and we're going to walk you through that process and how you could perform some of those tasks. We're also going to look at something known as client side Hyper-V. Hyper-V is Microsoft's flagship virtualization platform. A lot of times when we think about Hyper-V, we think of it from the server side providing server side virtualization. But in the Windows Client, there also is the Hyper-V platform. For the most part, it is almost a one-to-one copy. The interfaces are identical and we can utilize it in order to test our virtual machines in a production environment or create lab environment. We're going to show you how to install, manage, and maintain Hyper-V on your Windows clients. Then finally, some of the big things that I'm looking forward to is showing you how you can customize and configure the Windows client settings within the operating system. >> This is going to be a really fun show. If you're at home and you're thinking, maybe this is for me, maybe it's not, who should be watching this? >> You don't have to have a background in Windows in order to join in and get the benefits out of our discussions that we're going to have throughout this series. However, there is going to be some assumed knowledge. I would recommend that you have a basic computer and networking knowledge brought to the table as you dive into this course so that you can get the most, the biggest, I would say, benefit out of this course. >> There is some assumed knowledge. You do have to have a background in IT, but you certainly don't have to have a background in Windows to get benefits from this course. Well, I'm excited to get started. Let's not waste any more time. We'll meet you in the first episode.