Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Device management, part of Learning Windows 7.
All right, so we're talking about…some of the management capabilities…that are built into Windows 7.…There's lots of tools that we can snap in…to the Microsoft Management Console,…and one of the more important ones…inside Windows 7 is Device Management.…Let's do essentially an introduction…and overview of some of your considerations…as you move towards device management in Windows 7.…The first element that we have to remind you about…is that Windows image file…that we introduced to you before.…
Remember the Windows image file is installed…onto your system and it contains…within all the file resources the content that you need.…That entire Windows image file is stored on your system.…It has all of the features, all of the drivers…that are available to you in Windows 7.…It supports the concept of device plug and play…which means that the drivers for components…you might ultimately reach down and plug in by USB,…or printers you might install,…all those devices you might later add to your computer,…the components for them are in the Windows image file.…
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