Windows Vista: Guidance and Tools to Help Manage a Vista Desktop Service

Jeremy Chapman on Windows Vista Team Blog has announced the release of the Windows Vista Service Life-Cycle Management guide. It is designed to help reduce costs, simplify service planning and implementation, and improve overall manageability of desktop service and support. This is the newest addition to our Windows Vista accelerators, including the Windows Vista Hardware […]

Jeremy Chapman on Windows Vista Team Blog has announced the release of the Windows Vista Service Life-Cycle Management guide. It is designed to help reduce costs, simplify service planning and implementation, and improve overall manageability of desktop service and support. This is the newest addition to our Windows Vista accelerators, including the Windows Vista Hardware Assessment, Business Desktop Deployment (BDD) 2007, Windows Vista Security Guide and the Data Encryption Toolkit for Mobile PCs.

You can start to adopt the recommendations and customize the samples in no time and give your organizations the benefits of best practices to help further reduce the TCO of Windows Vista environments. Read this guide on Microsoft TechNet or download it for the extra samples and document templates on the Microsoft Download Center.

Windows Vista Service Life-Cycle Management rounds out our Solution Accelerator content for Windows Vista. Now whether you are evaluating required hardware upgrades, planning and executing large scale deployment projects or standardizing new user provisioning, determining security and configuration policies or developing a service strategy for ongoing management of Windows Vista desktop infrastructures, we have content and tools to help. Check out the Solution Accelerators website for more details.

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