Join Steve Fullmer for an in-depth discussion in this video Installation: Putting it all together, part of Introduction to Windows 7.
- So we've talked about Windows 7 image files.…We've talked about your ability…to use either the Setup or ImageX.…We've talked about the new partitioning,…the recovery environment, if you create that…same instance outside of the partition,…we call it the PE or pre-execution environment.…We've talked about the possibility of seven reboots…during the Windows 7 process, being able to build an,…essentially, scripted file that allows…you to customize your settings.…
So, let's put all of that together and actually demonstrate…for you the installation of an instance of Windows 7.…In this case, we're going to use Windows 7 Ultimate,…and I'm going to do it in a virtual environment here…so that we can control it while you watch it.…All right, so we're going to walk…through a Windows 7 installation.…Let me describe the environment I'm using for you here.…I have a Windows 7 desktop, I have already…remote desktop to a 2008 R2 server running Hyper-V.…
This allows me to, essentially, do part of the process and…show you what I've set up, because if I did it on the…
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