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Planning Deployment : Installing BDD 2007

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If you’re installing BDD 2007 on Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1, you must install additional prerequisite software. This additional software is already installed in Windows Vista and will be installed in Windows Server Code Name “Longhorn” The following list describes software that you must install before installing and using BDD 2007 on Windows XP Professional or Windows Server 2003 with Service Pack 1:

Note

If you choose to install only the BDD 2007 documentation, the only software requirements are Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and MMC 3.0. The remaining software in the previous list is not required to view the documentation.


To install BDD 2007

1.
Right-click BDD2007_platform.msi, where platform is either x86 or x64, and then click Install.

2.
Click Next to skip the welcome page.

3.
On the End-User License Agreement page, review the license agreement, click I Accept The Terms In The License Agreement, and then click Next.

4.
On the Custom Setup page, choose the features to install, and then click Next. To change a feature’s state, click the feature, and then choose a state (Will Be Installed On Local Hard Drive, Entire Feature Will Be Unavailable, and so on). The following list describes each feature:

  • Documents This feature installs the solution’s guidance and job aids. By default, this feature is installed in C:\Program Files\BDD 2007\Documentation.

  • Tools and templates This feature installs the solution’s wizards and template deployment files, such as Unattend.xml. By default, this feature is installed in C:\Program Files\BDD 2007.

  • Distribution share This feature creates a distribution share. By default, the installer creates the distribution share in D:\Distribution, where D is the volume with the greatest amount of free disk space. To change the location of the distribution share, click the Distribution Share feature, and then click Browse.

5.
Click Install to install the solution.

6.
Click Finish to complete the installation and close the installer.

Program Folders

The following list describes the subfolders in the BDD 2007 program folder (C:\Program Files\BDD 2007) after installing the solution:

  • Bin Contains the MMC Deployment Workbench add-in and supporting files.

  • Documentation Contains the BDD 2007 documentation and job aids.

  • Downloads Provides storage for components that BDD 2007 downloads.

    Note

    The hard drive containing the program folders must have at least 1 gigabyte of free space available. BDD 2007 downloads components, including the Windows AIK, to the Downloads folder.


  • ManagementPack Contains the BDD 2007 management pack files.

  • Samples Contains sample task sequence scripts.

  • Scripts Contains scripts that the Deployment Workbench uses.

  • Templates Contains template files that the Deployment Workbench uses.

  • Temporary Provides temporary storage space for BDD 2007.

Distribution Share

The following list describes the subfolders in the distribution share (D:\Distribution) after installing BDD 2007.

  • $OEM$ Provides storage for files to copy to the destination computer during Windows installation.

  • Applications Provides storage for application source files.

  • Boot Provides storage for Windows PE boot images (.wim and .iso); this folder does not appear until after updating a deployment point.

  • Captures Provides storage for captured images.

  • Control Contains configuration data for the Deployment Workbench. (The subfolders contain configuration data for each build created in BDD 2007.)

  • Operating Systems Contains source files for each operating system added to the distribution share.

  • Out-of-Box Drivers Provides storage for device drivers that do not ship with Windows Vista.

  • Packages Provides storage for packages to include in Windows Vista.

  • Scripts Contains deployment scripts for LTI and ZTI deployment.

  • Tools Contains tools that BDD 2007 uses, including the task sequencer.

Note

The hard drive containing the distribution share should have at least 5 gigabytes of free space available to provide storage for operating system source files, applications, device drivers, and so on.

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