Since the introduction of Windows Vista and Server 2008, Windows deployment has been image-based. In this 10-video course, learners explore tools, methods, and server roles required to manage deployment strategies. The course opens by examining editions of Windows available in order to make informed buying choices for any scenario based on your ability to differentiate between Windows editions. Next, hear an introduction to Microsoft's principal deployment tools and how to distinguish between them, their various uses, and scenarios that demand specific toolsets. Learn about leveraging the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) to prepare for scaled deployments of Windows 10 build 1809, and how to automate scaled deployments of Windows 10 build 1809 with lite touch and zero touch deployments by using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT). Explore how to install native Windows Deployment Services (WDS) to scale deployments of Windows 10 build 1809, and configure native WDS implementation. Adding WIM (Windows Imaging Format) files to the WDS server and configuring multicast transmissions are also covered. The concluding exercise involves performing Windows 10 deployments. This is one course in a series to help learners prepare for the MD-100: Windows 10 certification exam.
MD-100 - Windows 10: Prepare for Deployment