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Six Windows editions
■ Starter
■ Home Basic
■ Home Premium
■ Professional
■ Enterprise
■ Ultimate
Max Memory 64 bis Professiona, Etnerprise and Ultimate
128 Gbyte
Steps to move Windows 7 installations files to USB
diskpart
listdisk
select disk X (X usb device)
clean
create partition primary
format fs=fat32 quick
Using a Network Share as an Installation Source
You can use it when you do not have AD
To access a WDS server
a computer must have a PXE-compliant network card or boot from a WDS discover image
Unattended installation
You can perform an unattended installation of Windows 7 by using an installation fi le called Unattend.xml. These installation fi les store answers to the questions asked by the Setup Wizard
Factores to considered when you need to boot two OS
install operating systems in the order that they were released
When is possible to boot from VHD?
only on computers that have a Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 boot environment.
SEt the default partition
bcdedit /enum
bcdedit /default
A large benefi t of upgrading from one operating system to the next
all user data and applications that were present on the previous operating system are present on the upgraded operating system.
Very important step to migrate from Windows Vista to Windows 7
Run the Windows 7 Upgrade Advisor
You should keep the following in mind prior to and during the upgrade from Windows Vista to Windows
Perform a full backup of the computer running Windows Vista prior to performing the
installation. That way, if things go wrong, you can do a full restore back to Windows Vista.
■ You must ensure that Windows Vista has Service Pack 1 or later installed before you can upgrade it to Windows 7.
■ Ensure that you have the Windows 7 product key prior to the upgrade.
■ You cannot upgrade between processor architectures. An x86 version of Windows Vista cannot be upgraded to an x64 version of Windows 7, and vice versa.
■ You can upgrade only to an equivalent or higher edition of Windows 7. You can upgrade Windows Vista Home Premium to Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional,
Enterprise, or Ultimate, but not to Windows 7 Starter. Windows 7 Professional is
equivalent to Windows Vista Business.
■ Ensure that there is at least 10 GB of free disk space on the Windows Vista volume
prior to attempting the upgrade.
Migration from previos version with hardware problem
If the source computer’s hardware is not suffi cient to
support Windows 7, you need to perform a side-by-side migration.
Side-by-Side Migrations
You use side-by-side migrations when you need to move user data from one computer to another. Depending on the migration method you use, you may need to ensure that both computers are turned on during the migration.
Wipe-and-Load Migrations
Wipe-and-load migrations involve exporting user data from a machine to an external location, such as a USB storage device or network share, removing the existing operating system,
performing a clean installation
three separate methods that you can use to migrate data with Windows Easy Transfer.
Easy Transfer Cable
Network
External Hard Disk or USB Flash Drive
Windows easy transfer
If you want to migrate only a single user account, you can log on with that account to perform the transfer. If you want to migrate all accounts on the computer, you need to log on with a user account that has local administrator privileges.
Which Windows Easy Transfer method should you use when you want to perform
a wipe-and-load migration?
The only Windows Easy Transfer method that supports wipe-and-load migrations is the External Hard Disk or USB fl ash drive method.
User State Migration Tool
USMT 4.0 is a command-line utility that allows you to automate the process of user profi le migration. The USMT is part of the Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK)
USMT migration occurs in two phases
exporting profi le data from the source computer using ScanState and importing profi le data on the destination computer using LoadState
You cannot use USMT
to migrate mapped network drives, local printers, device drivers, passwords, shared folder permissions, and Internet connection sharing settings.
USMT AND DOWNGRADES
You cannot use the USMT to migrate data from computers running Windows 7 to computers running Windows XP.
There are four different .xml migration fi les used with the USMT:
MigApp.xml
MigUser.xml
MigDocs.xml
Confi g.xml
ScanState
You run ScanState on the source computer during the migration

Running ScanState and LoadState with the /v:13 option creates a detailed log fi
LoadState
LoadState is run on the destination computer. You should install all applications that were on the source computer on the destination before you run LoadState.
Migration Store Types
Uncompressed
Compressed
Hard-link
Compressed
A compressed migration store is a single image fi le that contains all data being migrated.

The image fi le can be encrypted and password-protected
Hard-link
Hard-link migration stores are used in wipe-and-load scenarios only. The hard-link migration store is stored on the local computer while the old operating system is removed and the new operating system is installed

Hard-link migrations require only 250 MB of free space on the volume being migrated,
regardless of the amount of profi le data being migrated.
Performing Offl ine Migrations
Offl ine migrations involve booting the computer into a Windows PE environment that includes the USMT fi les and then running ScanState against the installation of Windows on the computer’s hard disk drive.
advantage of offl ine migrations
person performing the migration does not need administrator access to the computer on which they are performing the migration.