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Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2012

MDT 2012 is out of beta and ready for production. Here is the link and information for MDT 2012.

Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2012 files

also check out Microsoft TechNet for details on what’s new.

Quick look:

Operating System Support in This Release

Table 1 lists the operating system support that LTI and ZTI deployments provide in this release of MDT.

Table 1. MDT Operating System Support

Operating system

LTI

ZTI

UDI

Windows 8 Consumer Preview

x

Windows Server 8 Beta

x

Windows 7

x

x

x

Window Server 2008 R2

x

x

Windows PE version 3.1

x

x

x

Windows PE version 3.0

x

x

x

Windows Vista (with SP1 and later)

x

x

Windows Server 2008 (all service pack levels)

x

x

Windows XP (with SP3)

x

x

Windows Server 2003 R2

x

x

x = supported

What’s Been Removed from This Release?

This release of MDT does not include the following features that existed in previous versions of MDT:

·    Support for prerelease versions of Configuration Manager 2012
·    Support for installation of MDT on Windows Server 2003
·    Support for installation of MDT on Windows Vista
·    Support for installation of MDT on Windows XP
·    Support for Windows Deployment Services running on Windows Server 2003
·    Original equipment manufacturer task sequence templates from ZTI (Instead, use the prestaged media capabilities in Configuration Manager 2012 and Configuration Manager 2007 R3.)

Also here is a link to the Solution Accelerators website that provides more information on MDT 2012. It looks like they removed MDT 2010 from their site and advertising MDT 2012 to be downloaded for x86 or x64 systems.

If you would like to check on how to install MDT 2012 please check out my other blogs:

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