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Author: Johan Arwidmark

Building a Windows 10 v1709 reference image using MDT

Oct 19 2017
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Here is a step-by-step quick guide on building the perfect Windows 10 v1709 reference image using MDT 8443 and Windows ADK 10 v1709. If you are looking for a Windows 7 version of this guide, check this post: http://deploymentresearch.com/Research/Post/521/Back-to-Basics-Building-a-Windows-7-SP1-Reference-Image-using-MDT-2013-Update-2 

Automate DHCP Server Configuration via PowerShell

Aug 27 2017
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Here is a quick sample on using PowerShell to create static reservation in DHCP for a given virtual machine. This is for a typical Hyper-V Lab scenario, and it was my better half, @AdaptivaAmi, who requested it :)

How to run Microsoft Network Monitor in WinPE

Jul 31 2017
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In this guide you learn how to run the Microsoft Network Monitor in WinPE, for example for advanced debugging of OS Deployment issues. This guide is based on the following KB article from Microsoft: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4034393/how-to-get-network-captures-from-a-task-sequence-in-windows-pe. But I’ve added some clarification steps, as well as PowerShell scripts to make the process easier (and automated).

Setting up a FTP Server in the cloud - Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon Web Services

Jun 21 2017
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This week I’ve been volunteering at an event called DreamHack, which is the largest digital festival in the world. I’ve been volunteering for this event quite many years, and this time around I was editing videos and providing support to one of the teams. During the event we learned that we needed to upload some video-material, and even though we obviously could have used OneDrive, Dropbox, etc. to share the content, I decided this was a good opportunity, and a real use case, for the cloud. Simply spinning up a VM with a FTP server for the week, and then turn off the VM once we were done at the event. Worth mentioning is that we needed to transfer 2 – 3 TB of data to/from multiple machines running multiple OS platforms during the event.

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