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Upgrading MDT 2008 to 2010 for SCCM

MDT (Microsoft Deployment Toolkit) provides the ability to do Lite Touch Deployments of computers. MDT has enhanced task sequence steps over those that are included in SCCM by default. Luckily you can integrate MDT with SCCM to get the best of both worlds (and achieve Zero Touch Deployments!)...
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OCS 2007 SSL Certificate CSR Creation

MS Office Communications Server 2007 aka OCS SSL Certificate CSR Creation How to generate a CSR for Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 1. After you have installed Office Communications Server 2007 (OCS) click Start -> Programs -> Administrative Tools -> Office Communications Server 2007 2. Expand the items in the snap-in until you...
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Change a user’s Terminal Services profile path

To change a user’s Terminal Services profile path • Using Group Policies (best practice) • Using Terminal Services Extension to Local Users and Groups Using Group Policies (best practice) 1. Choose from the following: o For a domain user account, from a Domain Controller, open Active Directory Users...
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Implementing and Administering the ActiveX Installer Service

You can use this document to learn how to implement and administer the ActiveX® Installer Service in Windows Vista®. Why the ActiveX Installer Service? Many organizations must install ActiveX controls on their desktops in order to ensure that a variety of programs that they must use on...
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Set Registry Permissions Threw Group Policy

Open Group Policy Management Edit an existing policy or create a new policy. Navigate to Computer Configuration ->Policies->Windows Settings -> Security Settings -> Registry. Right click the Registry and click Add Key. Choose the Registry key you want to change. Configure the appropriate permissions. Choose the proper setting from the Add Object dialog box. Link...
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Office 2010 Activation on Captured Image

With the new Microsoft KMS service built into office 2010 you must run the following executable before you can capture your image. C:Program FilesCommon FilesMicrosoft SharedOfficeSoftwareProtectionPlatformOSPPREARM.EXE The reason being is sysprep does not clear out the KMS identifier in Office like it does in Windows.  So every...
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Start System Restore From Command Line

using the task manager click file -> then new task type cmd this will open a command prompt then navigate to C:system32restore then type rstrui.exe this should launch the system restore wizard Now just follow the system restore wizard For More Information On Microsoft System Restore
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