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The New Efficiency   Leave a comment

 

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On September 29th at 9 am (PST) please join us here on www.thenewefficiency.com for a kick-off discussion on “The New Efficiency” live from San Francisco as a part of Microsoft’s Virtual Launch Event.

Join in the conversation during this must-see event and see top technology leaders and Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer, debate the role of IT during this economic reset. Can cost savings, productivity and innovation come together to drive business growth? Get a closer look at how real companies are justifying IT investments across desktop, server, network and beyond.  You’ll also find sessions related to new releases of Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2, Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, Microsoft Forefront, Microsoft System Center, and Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack.

Mark your calendars; watch it live; submit questions in advance.  Don’t miss it!

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Windows(R) Image to Virtual Hard Disk (WIM2VHD) Converter   Leave a comment

 

during my very busy week I can’t post a lot but There is one tool that is very handy.

Check it out.

http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/wim2vhd

http://blogs.msdn.com/mikekol/

 

Introduction


The Windows(R) Image to Virtual Hard Disk (WIM2VHD) command-line tool allows you to create sysprepped VHD images from any Windows 7 installation source. VHDs created by WIM2VHD will boot directly to the Out Of Box Experience, ready for your first-use customizations. You can also automate the OOBE by supplying your own unattend.xml file, making the possibilities limitless.
Fresh squeezed, organically grown, free-range VHDs – just like Mom used to make – that work with Virtual PC, Virtual Server, Microsoft Hyper-V, and Windows 7’s new Native VHD-Boot functionality!

Requirements

  • A computer running one of the following Windows operating systems:
    • Windows 7
    • Windows Server 2008 R2
    • Windows Server 2008 with Hyper-V RTM enabled (x64 only)
  • The Windows 7 Beta Automated Installation Kit (AIK) or Windows OEM Pre-Installation Kit (OPK) installed.
  • A Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 installation source, or another Windows image captured to a .WIM file.

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