Windows 7 deployment using Intel vPro and PXE technology

Intel highlights that you could deploy new OSes after normal work hours to minimize end user and IT productivity impacts and maximize deployment saturation in the shortest period of time using Intel vPro Technology to initiate a remote PXE or media boot or an integrated power on command. Here’re some value points for deploying after you’ve vPro enabled: •Perform remote […]

Intel highlights that you could deploy new OSes after normal work hours to minimize end user and IT productivity impacts and maximize deployment saturation in the shortest period of time using Intel vPro Technology to initiate a remote PXE or media boot or an integrated power on command. Here’re some value points for deploying after you’ve vPro enabled:

•Perform remote OS deployments on bare metal hardware
•Perform remote OS deployments on PCs where the OS or PC agent are non-responsive
•Meet defined or mandated OS deployment timelines regardless of PCs’ power state or connectivity (wired / wireless)

SCCM SP2, Window 7 & Intel vPro Technology demo:

Win7 Migration with vPro:

More info: Windows 7 vPro Use cases (pdf) | Windows 7 / vPro Wiki

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