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Topic # 179113 26-Aug-2015 22:29
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So who here is a 'go-to' guy or gal for windows deployment?  Any of you doing any blogging or you-tube'ing about windows deployment? Keen to connect if you are :)




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  Reply # 1381187 7-Sep-2015 14:56
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I dont have any blogs, but ive been involved in deployment for about 10 years (Ghost -> MDT -> SCCM 2012 R2). Done quite a fair few rollout projects, and have deployed well over 5000 machines. XP, Windows 7, windows 8.1 experience and currently working on Windows 10. Ive been involved in every part of the process from hardware testing, AD & GP configurations that support the new OS, USMT scripts and image building and deployment. 

Small to medium businesss size experience with the largest rollout being an XP rollout to 2000 computers (I came onboard when they were on Ghost but migrated them to MDT).

So yea if you want a second opinion flick me a message.

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Hi,

Been doing Windows deployments for many many years using all sorts of deployment tools, MDT a lot of late.

 
 
 
 




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jhsol: I dont have any blogs, but ive been involved in deployment for about 10 years (Ghost -> MDT -> SCCM 2012 R2). Done quite a fair few rollout projects, and have deployed well over 5000 machines. XP, Windows 7, windows 8.1 experience and currently working on Windows 10. Ive been involved in every part of the process from hardware testing, AD & GP configurations that support the new OS, USMT scripts and image building and deployment. 

Small to medium businesss size experience with the largest rollout being an XP rollout to 2000 computers (I came onboard when they were on Ghost but migrated them to MDT).

So yea if you want a second opinion flick me a message.


couldn't flick you a message, no PM button :-)

I was specifically looking for someone who blogged etc, and could potentially record some educational content for Ch9/MVA.  A quick look at what I assume is your linked in profile leads me to believe you're working in Govt right now... and that makes what I had in mind probably impossible, but flick me an email at regan dot murphy AT Microsoft dot com... anyway




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