Dan Stolts
IT Pro Evangelist
US DPE - North East
Microsoft Corporation
http://blogs.technet.com/danstolts
Agenda
8:30am –Welcome and Introduction
Session 1: Moving to the Modern OS Roadmap - Windows
7, Discuss Microsoft IT Pro Programs
9:30 – Break
9:45 - Session 2: Windows Security and Application/Driver
Compatibility – Security and Management
10:30 – Break
11:00- Session 3: Windows 7 RC Sneak Peek – DirectAccess
and BranchCache with Windows Server 2008 R2 and
Windows 7
11:50 – Drawing
12:00 – Clean up and take home a Windows 7 RC DVD!
Afternoon MSDN will be here so stick around if you can 
Windows 7 Development Process
New approach for Windows development and disclosure
Planning
Predictability
Ecosystem
Spend more time on planning & vision phase analyzing
trends and needs before building features.
Focus on end-to-end business scenarios – not just
new features and technologies.
Give our customer and partners a timeframe for the
release and stick to our plan – 3 years for Windows 7
Disclose with higher degree of certainty and minimize changes
Engaging with partners earlier and more closely
to enable seamless experiences and compatibility
across hardware, software and services
We are here
Vision
Development & Test
Pre-Beta
Beta
Release
What We Heard from Customers
“My users are becoming more savvy and
have more diverse needs. How do I keep
people connected to what they need?”
“How can I enable the software and devices
my users require and minimize their risk?”
“How can I reduce costs and take
advantage of new technologies like
virtualization?”
Windows 7 for the Enterprise
Makes the things you do today faster and easier, and new things possible
Make Users
Productive
Anywhere
At their desk
In a branch
On the road
Enhance Security
and Control
Protect data & PCs
Built on Windows
Vista foundation
Streamline PC
Management
Easy migration
Keep PCs
running
Virtualization
Make Users Productive Anywhere
Remove Barriers
to Information
Search your PC and intranet
Internet Explorer 8 retrieves
data beyond the page
Faster & Easier for
Everyday Tasks
Responsive, reliable performance
Intuitive UI and navigation
Access Information
From Anywhere
DirectAccess™ mobile connectivity
BranchCache™ network boost
Streamline PC Management
Better Support for Client
Virtualization
Improve VDI experience with multimonitor and microphone support
Same tools to manage and service
VHD and WIM images
Easier
Deployment from
Windows Vista
Compatibility with Windows Vista
hardware, software, tools
New tools speed image creation,
migration, and deployment
Keep PCs
Running Smoothly
PowerShell & Group Policy
management ease configuration
Troubleshooting platform
reduces help desk issues
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Streamline PC Management
Situation Today
Windows 7 Solution
Richer Remote Experience
Richer graphics with improved
multi-monitor support
Use voice for telephony
and applications with
microphone support
Improved printing
What is Virtual Desktop Infrastructure?
Deploying desktops in virtual
machines on server hardware
Centralized management & security
Users can access their desktop and
applications wherever they are
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Do More With VHDs
Maintain VHD: Offline
servicing of VHD images
with same tools used for WIM
Boot from VHD: Reuse
VHD files for deployment
to managed desktop PCs
Increased Value in Optimized Desktop
Continued investments in SA value
Make Users Productive Anywhere
DirectAccess™
BranchCache™
Enterprise Search Scopes
Enhance Security and Protect Data
BitLocker™ & BitLocker To Go™
AppLocker™
Streamline PC Management
MUI Language Packs
Richer VDI Remoting & Boot from VHD
(VDI requires VECD license)
Subsystem for UNIX
4 Virtual Operating Systems
Network Boot License
What to do Today - Scenario #1
Customer has already started or
is about to start deploying Windows Vista
Continue to deploy Windows Vista Service Pack 1 or 2 release and MDOP
to start experiencing the benefits of the Modern Desktop today.
Investments in Windows Vista today will ease migration to Windows 7 in the
future.
What to do Today - Scenario #2
Customer has a significant number
of PC’s running Windows 2000
Extended support ends Q2 2010
Migration of W2000 PCs to Windows Vista or Windows 7 should be well
underway, otherwise, Migration plan should be urgently accelerated.
What to do Today Scenario #3
Customer has majority
of its PC’s running XP SP3
Start inventory and testing now to be well positioned to deploy Windows Vista
today, as well as, start lab testing Windows 7.
Deploy MDOP to facilitate your OS deployment and migration,
Use USMT - Hard-Link Migration with WDS.
Deployment Investments for
Windows Vista Carry Forward
Application and device compatibility Windows 7 is
designed to be compatible with the same hardware,
applications, and device drivers as Windows Vista today
System Image Management Tools and Processes
are consistent for both operating systems
Deployment Tools & Knowledge developed
for Windows Vista will carry forward to
Windows 7 with incremental updates
Post-deployment desktop management
leverages the same tools and processes
for both operating systems
What Is The Springboard Series?
The Springboard Series IT Pro experience offers dynamic content
and structured guidance across the adoption lifecycle.
www.microsoft.com/springboard
Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly Rhythm of Topical Content
Virtual Roundtable Events
Monthly Feature
Articles & Guides
Event Kits (Win 7 updates)
and messaging
Weekly Targeted IT Pro
Drive-time Podcasts
TechCenter in
10 languages
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Springboard Series on TechNet: The Key Resource for IT Pros
Adoption lifecycle assets: right level, right time
“Zones” for top tasks
Weekly & Monthly dynamic content
Springboard Series Blog—dynamic updates
Top assets: downloads, learning
Community blogs, forums
www.microsoft.com/springboard (in 10 languages)
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IT Pro Momentum Overview
A Microsoft program focused on supporting “early adopters” –
IT professionals who bet on the newest technologies to drive
business value for their companies and advance in their
careers
Are you?
Interested in learning more about the newest Microsoft technologies?
Need help to evaluate different Microsoft products and features?
Willing to test and pilot in production Microsoft beta products?
Would like to have access to exclusive forums and Microsoft product
support?
Want to share your early adoption experience with the IT Pro
community world-wide?
If you answered ‘yes’ for all the questions above, IT Pro
Momentum can help!
Send email with “Add to Momentum” in the subject
http://blogs.technet.com/danstolts/contact.aspx
Your IT Benefits
Momentum participants will have access to the following benefits
(free of charge for one year):
In-Depth Technical Content
Online Trainings
Early Adopter Forums
TechNet+ Direct Subscription
Beta Product Support via E-Mail
Architectural Reviews with Corp Resources (Selected Projects)
Build Relationship with your local IT Pro Evangelists
Project
Phases
Evaluate
Plan
Pilot
Share
CONTENT + TRAININGS
TECHNET+ DIRECT
BETA PRODUCT SUPPORT
MICROSOFT BLOGS,
WEBSITES, EVENTS, ETC.
FORUMS
After one year, some benefits expire e.g. TechNet Subscription
What's in it for IT Pros?
Reduce Risk of Failure
Momentum benefits such as free TechNet Subscription and Beta
Product Support reduce the risk and complexity of deploying new
technologies.
Competitive Advantage – Be the First to Use & Know
Program participants have access to the latest information and
cutting-edge technologies developed by Microsoft.
Community Exposure and Career Opportunities
By sharing early adoption successes, IT Pros receive community
recognition and increase their opportunities for networking and
career growth.
Your Voice is Heard
Through Momentum, IT Pros establish a direct, two-way
communication channel with Microsoft which allows them to provide
feedback and influence the future of our products and services.
Technology Focus
Paul Hailey [email protected]
2009
Need
UG’s
IE8
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Windows 7
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Windows Mobile 7
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Windows Server 2008
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SQL Server 2008
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Forefront Stirling
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Powershell
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Hyper-V
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SCVMM
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IIS 7
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Sharepoint on the Web
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HPC Server 2008
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OCS 14
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Exchange 14
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Track
Client Infrastructure
Server Infrastructure
Virtualization
Web Infrastructure
HPC
Collaboration & Connectivity
Technology
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Important: 6-12 months after a product is released (RTM), the program will stop
supporting the corresponding technology as high-quality resources become publicly
available through Microsoft sites such as TechNet and MSDN
3 Steps
1. If you want to learn more about IT Pro Momentum or pilot
the target technologies, please send an email to :
http://blogs.technet.com/danstolts/contact.aspx “Add to Momentum” in
subject
1. You will receive an invitation to join the Momentum portal, an
exclusive website with technical resources for program
participants.
2. Accept the invitation, complete the registration process and
enjoy the program benefits!
Agenda
9:30 – Break
9:45 - Session 2: Windows Security and
Application/Driver Compatibility – Security and
Management
10:30 – Break
11:00- Session 3: Windows 7 RC Sneak Peek –
DirectAccess and BranchCache with Windows
Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7
11:50 – Drawing
12:00 – Clean up and take home a Windows 7 RC
DVD!
Afternoon MSDN will be here so stick around if you
can 
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