Author: Andrew Bettany , Chris Rhodes Full Title: Windows Installation And Update Troubleshooting Publisher: Apress; 1st ed. edition (October 13, 2016) Year: 2016 ISBN-13: 9781484218266 (978-1-484218-26-6), 9781484218273 (978-1-4842-1827-3) ISBN-10: 1484218264, 1484218272 Pages: 188 Language: English Genre: Operating Systems File type: EPUB, PDF (True) Quality: 10/10 Price: 28.88 € Learn how to successfully and reliably install a new Windows operating system locally or deploy a customized build to thousands of devices in your network. This book helps you understand, troubleshoot, and repair issues with local Windows installations, automating the OS deployment, and configuring updates via WSUS and Windows Intune. When tasked with deploying Windows operating systems, there can seem to be an overwhelming amount of tools and techniques to learn to master this process.Windows Installation and Update Troubleshooting steps up through local installations and upgrades through to Lite Touch deployments using WDS and MDT, and then to Zero Touch installations using Microsoft System Center. Management of updates to Windows is also covered, using both on-premises technologies and cloud-based services. This book also explains how to decide between local installation types, perform upgrades, use automation techniques to deploy images, and how to maintain Windows throughout the operational phase of the life cycle. You will learn how to: ░ Install Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 locally ░ Perform upgrades locally on a Windows PC, including migrating data and user profiles ░ Deploy operating systems using Lite Touch techniques ░ Deploy operating systems using Zero Touch technologies ░ Maintain on-premises technologies and devices not connected to the company network by using WSUS and Windows Intune What you’ll learn: ✓ How to install Windows 7, 8.1, or 10 locally ✓ How to perform upgrades locally on a Windows PC, including migrating data and user profiles ✓ How to deploy operating systems using Lite Touch techniques ✓ How to deploy operating systems using Zero Touch technologies ✓ How to maintain on-premises and devices not connected to the company network by using WSUS and Windows Intune Who this book is for: IT pros including IT support personnel and system administrators. This book will also be of interest to Windows experts and power users. ------------- Damnant quod non intellegunt!