In my ceaseless trolling for good Enterprise Windows 7 news and info, I regularly scan the Microsoft and TechNet blogs. This morning, I decided to read the whole list of bloggers on TechNet and somewhat belatedly came across a listing called “The Deployment Guys.” I’m really glad I did because I came across quite a few gems there.
Aside from containing one of my all-time favorite “sniglets” — namely, automagically — this site offers up some incredibly useful information particularly when it comes to mastering the ins and outs of the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2010, including the following items among many others:
- Supporting different build types using a single deployment share
- Dynamic Computer Naming in ZTI Deployments
- Allowing Better Interaction to App-V Virtual Applications
- Finding Updates for Image Engineering
- New Optimized Desktop Resources
I could go on further, but this should be enough to show you that there’s a raft of great stuff here, along with lots of good tips and tricks about how to make the most of Windows 7/Windows Server 2008 deployment tools and technologies available from MS. If you’re at all like me, you’ll add this to your favorites, and you’ll start picking up on their Twitter or RSS feeds.