Bellevue Eastside Christian School deploys Windows 7 RC

It may be the 100th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America, David Browning, a tech volunteer at Bellevue Eastside Christian School is helping the school in deploying Windows 7 RC. David constructed five different imaging scenarios for the school’s small IT program deployment, who was running Windows XP on 5-7 years old machines, and got a set of new Dell PCs running 2.8 […]

It may be the 100th Anniversary of the Boy Scouts of America, David Browning, a tech volunteer at Bellevue Eastside Christian School is helping the school in deploying Windows 7 RC. David constructed five different imaging scenarios for the school’s small IT program deployment, who was running Windows XP on 5-7 years old machines, and got a set of new Dell PCs running 2.8 GHz dual-core Intel processors and integrated graphics. To install the operating system, Browning’s using a process called ghosting that involves creating a master copy of the operating system, along with related applications and settings, then deploying it across the school's 67 computers. The school’ll run on the Windows 7 RC until upgrading to final code this winter.