|15 May 2010||#1|
Installing Win 7 on multiple same computers
I have some 50 computers in my network. We had installed Windows XP on them and most of them have 15 GB system partition. All the PCs have two partitions. One for OS and for user data. We are now migrating to Windows 7. but the problem is the system partition on each PC is very low to accomodate Windows 7 along with other applications like Office etc. We want to format the entire hard drive of each PC after taking backup of user data and want to allocate 30 GB for the Windows 7 partition. We want to do this through any automated way. Is there any way or imaging/deployement software available through which we can format the hard drives according to our needs and install Windows 7 and other applications with minimal efforts.
Thanks in advance.
Sorry for my poor English.
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|15 May 2010||#2|
You might want to look at this
Step-by-Step: Basic Windows Migration using USMT for IT Professionals
This will migrate user data and other settings as well...
Hope this Helps..
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