Windows Enterprise Desktop:

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November 19, 2008  5:59 PM

Exam 70-624 TS: Deploying and Maintaining Windows Vista Client and 2007 Microsoft Office System Desktops



Posted by: Ed Tittel
70-624, Desktops, Enterprise desktop, Group Policy Objects, MCSA, MCTS, MS Exam 70-623, MS Exam 74-134, Vista ACT, Vista ACT resources, Vista application compatibility, Vista System Health Report, Vista Upgrade Advisor, Windows Update, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista troubleshooting, Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor

Another doozy of a title, this exam is likely to appeal to IT professionals who work with Vista in all situations (SOHO, SMB, tech support, enterprise, and so forth) and of all stripes (help desk, tech support, IT administration, and so on). As with other exams in the 70-620 through 70-625 Vista...

October 3, 2008  6:45 PM

Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor Provides Basic HW Assessments



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Desktops, Vista migration, Vista upgrade, Vista Upgrade Advisor, Windows Vista, Windows Vista troubleshooting, Windows Vista Upgrade Advisor

In enterprise environments, desktop hardware configurations tend to be standardized, and are usually limited to at most a handful of different setups that will be deployed for various job tasks or roles. For companies and organizations considering a move to Windows Vista for those machines it might...


September 29, 2008  7:32 PM

Welcome to Vista Enterprise Desktop



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Desktops, Enterprise desktop, Microsoft Windows, SaaS, Software as a Service, Virtualization, Vista Application Compatibility Toolkit, Vista upgrade, Vista Upgrade Advisor, Windows Vista

Dear Interested Reader This the first post to a three-times-a-week blog that will tackle Windows Vista desktop issues for the enterprise environment. My primary areas of focus will include topics of interest to IT professionals work with Windows Vista on large networks. Thus, it will address...


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