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From Arlindo’s blog here’s some helpful articles to help you Managing and deploying Windows 7~

  • Building Windows 7 Installation Images for Multiple Audiences
  • DirectAccess is Key to Microsoft IT Remote Access Strategy
  • Protecting Removable Storage Devices at Microsoft
  • Implementing Windows Internet Explorer 8 at Microsoft
  • Managing Network Access Protection at Microsoft
  • Maturing Deployment Methodology Yields Streamlined Windows 7 Deployment
  • Microsoft CIO Tony Scott Talks About Critical Trends Within IT In 2010
  • Microsoft IT Leads User Centric Change for Business Impact with Windows 7
  • Reducing Bandwidth Utilization with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 BranchCache
  • Securing Customer and Partner Data with Windows Vista BitLocker
  • Streamlined PC Procurement Improves Productivity While Controlling Costs
  • TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft Does IT: Deploying Windows 7 Using System Center Configuration Manager 2007 and OSD
  • Using DirectAccess to Provide Secure Access to Corporate Resources from Anywhere
  • Validating the Windows XP to Windows 7 installation experience
  • Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2 for a Better End User Experience for Managing Distribution, Data and Remote Scenarios
  • Windows 7 End User Experience Reduces Support Costs
  • Windows 7 Enhances Intellimirror, Microsoft’s End User Backup Solution
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    Written by IT Core

    May 28, 2010 at 1:01 AM

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