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02 | Deploying and Managing Windows To Go


1.You can inject apps after provisioning, or store all apps with the image. Can I upgrade my Windows 8 Windows To Go Drive to Windows 8.1?


Yes
**No


2 .Do I need to have Administrator rights to use the Windows To Go Creator Tool?

**Yes
No


3. I used a 100-port USB duplicator to copy directly over to 100 Windows To Go USB drives, can I now do a domain-join for all 100 USB drives?
 
Yes
**No


4. IT provisioning for central deployment can be done by using PowerShell scripts or System Center Configuration Manager.
If IT-provisioning for central deployment of Windows To Go is done for multiple Windows To Go USB drives at the same time, isn’t the same password for Bitlocker encryption being used for all USB drives?
 
**Yes
No


5. 3.The same encryption password is used for Windows To Go USB drives created at the same time. However, each drive has a unique recovery key stored in Active Directory. 
Once a Windows To Go USB drive has been encrypted and the OS image has been applied, do I need to install all my apps prior to central deployment?

Yes
**No


Otros

1. Windows To Go is not upgradeable, and must be re-provisioned for newer versions of Windows 8. Can I use a Windows 8 Windows To Go certified USB drive to provision Windows 8.1?

**Yes
No


2. It is recommended that you create a Windows To Go USB using a certified USB drive. In general, the Windows Creator Tool will not allow Windows To Go creation for a non-certified USB drive. For some non-certified USB drives, the tool may allow Windows To Go creation, but it will not be supported. Is using the Windows To Go Creator Tool for user self-provisioning a Windows To Go USB drive a recommended approach for medium-to-enterprise organization?

Yes
**No


Fuente: "Roberto Cocozza" 






4 comentarios:

  1. To create a Windows To Go USB drive you need Administrator rights, an ISO or WIM, and a 32GB or larger USB 3.0 drive. This is known as user-provisioning.
    Do I need a Windows To Go certified USB drive to create a Windows To Go USB?
    **Yes
    No

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  2. When using direct copy for duplicating USB drives, only non-domain duplication is supported.

    When System Center Configuration Manager is used to provision Windows To Go USB drives, the administrator must deploy to the users.


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